FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 transfer paper is now available in a smaller pack sizes of 10, 25 and 50 sets. Perfect for small runs and testing.
FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer paper was designed specifically to meet the needs of the UniNet iColor 550 white toner laser printer. With it's new thinner "A" sheet, FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer paper produces vibrant and consistent results without jamming or scratching. The "B" sheet is exactly the same as the standard FOREVER Laser-Dark product.
With it's unique "A" and "B" sheet system, FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer paper is self-weeding so there is never a need to manually trim away waste material or contour cut the image with a vinyl cutter. The results are so good that a compete apparel printing business can be built around an UniNet iColor 550 white toner laser printer and FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer paper.
FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer papers can be applied to a wide variety of materials including cotton, polyester, blends, polypropylene, paper, leather, nylon and book covers.
FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) Specifications:
- Paper size: A4 (8.27" x 11.69")
- Available pack sizes: 10, 25 and 50 sheets
- Each pack contains an equal number of "A" and "B" sheets
- Technology: Self weeding, two step "A" and "B" paper process
- Transparent media for easy positioning
- Printer compatability: UniNet iColor 550 and 800
Laser Printer Compatibility
FOREVER Laser-Dark 550 (No Cut) transfer papers were designed from the ground up to work with the UniNet iColor 550 white toner printer. They may work with other brand laser printers also but testing will be required to make sure that the results are acceptable prior to going into production. Many laser printers operate too hot (>350°F) for the FOREVER transfer papers. Check with your printer's manufacturer for operating specifications.
Note: Because of the wide variety of fabrics and garment manufacturers that exist, we highly recommend that this product be fully tested prior to going into production.