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STAHLS’ Launches UltraColor Max DTF Transfers
STAHLS’, St. Clair Shores, Michigan, has introduced UltraColor Max direct-to-film (DTF) transfers as a new custom heat-transfer service option.
UltraColor MAX transfer technology prints logos with a superior lightweight, stretchable, soft feel and are perfect for highly detailed designs, including floating text, according to the company. It is ideal for use on cotton, polyester, cotton/poly blends and tri-blend fabrics.
In addition to superior print results and no color limitations, UltraColor MAX transfers can be heat applied in a single step at a low application temperature (290°F / 145°C), and peels hot. With manufacturing and printing locations in Ohio, Michigan, Arizona, and Pennsylvania, all custom transfers are made in the U.S. and available with the fastest possible turn times, according to the company.
“The future of heat printing starts with UltraColor MAX,” says Josh Ellsworth, STAHLS’ EVP sales and marketing. “We’ve shown hundreds of customers how easy and convenient it is to order and use these innovative transfers. Heat printers are blown away with the ability to press detailed, full color logos on hats, bags, and performance wear. Plus, the cost per impression just makes sense. You can confidently say yes to any print job, any logo placement, and almost any delivery deadline.” — D.S.
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