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Shrink foil SHOT GLASS
Shrink foil SHOT GLASS
Shrink foil SHOT GLASS
Shrink foil SHOT GLASS
Shrink foil SHOT GLASS
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Shrink foil for printing thermos, thermo cans

0.12 € no VAT

0.12 € incl. VAT Not in stock

HEAT SHRINK FOIL (BAG) / THERMOS  (15 x 25)

Shrink film for printing thermos, thero cans ... in 3D / oven

The heat shrink foil is intended for printing :

* Travel  Mugs without handle
* Tumblers
* Thermos
* Thermo cans
* Polymer tumblers 

If you are using a 3D press ST3042, set approx. 180° / 5 min  ( metal products )

PROCEDURE

Prepare the graphic according to the print template, the print template for 3D is in the e-shop next to the product
Print your picture, cut it and fix it on a thermos, on which you then slide the shrink film - see. picture.
Heat the shrink film with a heat gun while simultaneously turning the thermos until the film wraps tightly around the entire liquor bottle. Do not bring the gun too close to the liqueur, lest you burn the foil.

FULL AREA PRINTING: Cut the sublimation paper ONLY to the height of the thermos, any overlap of the shrink film will bend and curl the sublimation paper, which will then create underprints on the edge of the thermos (see crossed out image)

After reaching the temperature in the 3D oven, insert (wearing gloves) the thermos inside.
After 5 minutes, remove the thermos and preferably cut and remove the foil with a small, e.g., paring knife (flat tongs can also help). The foil can be removed more easily immediately after removing it from the oven, while it is still hot - soft, but watch out for burns !

Use heat resistant gloves
Shrink foils are sold individually / whole package of 100 pcs

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