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Roland DGA Introduces New HeatSoft™ SATIN Media for Heat Transfer Applications

Wednesday, June 07, 2017

Press release from the issuing company

Irvine, Calif. – Roland DGA has added new HeatSoft SATIN (ESM-HTMS) to its existing lineup of high quality media offerings. 

Roland’s HeatSoft SATIN is an inkjet-printable, polyurethane media that images beautifully and is extremely easy to work with, making it ideal for a wide range of heat transfer applications. HeatSoft SATIN weeds easily and transfers effortlessly to the transfer mask, even without the use of a squeegee. With its semi-gloss finish, HeatSoft SATIN can be transferred to cotton, polyester and poly blend materials to create customized apparel and accessories with a desirable “screen print” sheen and a soft hand.  HeatSoft SATIN has also earned CPSIA certification, providing assurance that it’s safe for use in the production of apparel and products for children 12 years of age or younger. 

In addition to its exceptional imaging quality, versatility and ease of use, HeatSoft SATIN offers outstanding durability. Capable of withstanding up to 25 wash cycles, it delivers decorated apparel that is not only attractive, but also made to last.

“Introducing this new media to our HeatSoft family will further expand the material options available to end users to better meet their specific needs,” said Lily Hunter, Roland DGA’s product manager, textiles and consumables.

Available in 75-foot rolls with 54-inch, 30-inch and 20-inch widths, HeatSoft SATIN can be purchased through authorized Roland DGA resellers, or at the Roland DGA online store

 

 

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