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Results Support & Instructions
ICC Profiles
PDF Brochures  
Cutting Instructions  
Heat Pressing  
Click on a link below to download an ICC Profile
for Results™ OPAQUE
FLEXI™ RIP MIMAKI JV3 MIMAKI JV33/CJV MUTOH 1204 MUTOH1604 ROLAND SP ROLAND VP ROLAND XC-540
VERSAWORKS™ HM11 is the best. Shut off Pre-Heater Dpi at 360-720. No more. ICC Profiles. THT for fast processing TTRH- Slower
Click the product below to open a PDF brochure which includes specific instructions for each of the TDF Results™ Heat Transfer Films.
Do a TEST CUT! Results Transfer Products™ has a mylar like film liner. Blade: 100% Carbide 45° Degree, Offset 250, Speed 30 cm/second Force: 45-50gm for Results™CUT, 70-90gm for Results™OPAQUE Blade Depth: Start with 1/2mm. Do not score liner! The liner should not be scored. Cutting deeply enough to score the liner will degrade the quality of the cut, making it more difficult to weed.
Results™ CUT Common settings for most fabrics - 300°F - 310°F Time 10-12 Seconds, Pressure Medium (60 psi).  Peel Cold   Sensitive Fabrics - 250°F - 300°F, Time 8-10 seconds, Pressure Medium (60 psi). Peel Cold *Special Settings for REFLECTIVE refer to brochure or within product purchasing page.   Nylons -  300°F - 310°F Cover with Parchment Paper Pre-heat 30 seconds. Put transfer film on fabric while it is warm. Heat 20-30 seconds using,  Medium Pressure (60 psi). Peel Warm to Cold. Do not Peel when Hot. Final Press. With Parchment, cover transfer film and press  10 seconds. Experiment with a small piece of fabric before committing to an incorrect setting.  TDF adhesive begins activating at 250°F.
Results™ CUT
Results™ OPAQUE
Results™ DYE-BLOCK CUT
Results™ REFLECTIVE
Results™ CLEAR
Results™ DYE-BLOCK PRINT
Roland. HM11 is the best. Shut off Printer Pre-Heater. dpi at 360-720. No more. ICC Profiles. THT for fast processing TTRH- Slower
Mutoh. ICC Profiles. Use 3M, Oracal, Mactac, keep at 360-720 dpi.
Mimaki. dpi: 540 x 720 Pass: 6 passes Direction: Bi Pre-heater: 35°C (95°F) Print-heater: 35°C (95°F) After-heater: 40°C (104°F)
Printer Settings  
Pre-press 2-4 seconds
Image Transfer Specialists
Tel: 1-800-260-2704  Email: info@imagecreations.ca
© Image Creations Inc.  1994-2017 - All rights reserved
Results Support & Instructions
ICC Profiles
Cutting Instructions  
Click on a link below to download an ICC Profile
for Results™ OPAQUE
FLEXI™ RIP MIMAKI JV3 MIMAKI JV33/CJV MUTOH 1204 MUTOH1604 ROLAND SP ROLAND VP ROLAND XC-540
VERSAWORKS™ HM11 is the best. Shut off Pre-Heater Dpi at 360-720. No more. ICC Profiles. THT for fast processing TTRH- Slower
Do a TEST CUT! Results Transfer Products™ has a mylar like film liner. Blade: 100% Carbide 45° Degree, Offset 250, Speed 30 cm/second Force: 45-50gm for Results™CUT, 70-90gm for Results™OPAQUE Blade Depth: Start with 1/2mm. Do not score liner! The liner should not be scored. Cutting deeply enough to score the liner will degrade the quality of the cut, making it more difficult to weed.
Roland.  HM11 is the best. Shut off Printer Pre-Heater. dpi at 360-720. No more. ICC Profiles. THT for fast processing TTRH- Slower Mutoh.  ICC Profiles. Use 3M, Oracal, Mactac, keep at 360-720 dpi. Mimaki.  dpi: 540 x 720 Pass: 6 passes Direction: Bi Pre-heater: 35C (95F) Print-heater: 35C (95F) After-heater: 40C (104F) Printer Settings Heat Pressing     Results CUT Common settings for most fabrics - 300F - 310F Time 10-12 Seconds, Pressure Medium (60 psi).  Peel Cold   Sensitive Fabrics - 250F - 300F, Time 8-10 seconds, Pressure Medium (60 psi). Peel Cold *Special Settings for REFLECTIVE refer to brochure or within product purchasing page.   Nylons -  300F - 310F Cover with Parchment Paper Pre-heat 30 seconds. Put transfer film on fabric while it is warm. Heat 20-30 seconds using,  Medium Pressure (60 psi). Peel Warm to Cold. Do not Peel when Hot. Final Press. With Parchment, cover transfer film and press  10 seconds.  Experiment with a small piece of fabric before committing to an incorrect setting.  TDF adhesive begins activating at 250F. Pre-press 2-4 seconds