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  • Does anyone have any experience of Texicut please?

    Posted by red dragon on September 16, 2002 at 8:21 pm

    Tried a new product today called Texicut, it’s like plastisol (I would think?) but it comes on sheets and you cut with the plotter, then heat press onto your substrate.

    Does anyone have any experience of this, or use anything similar?

    WP_Graphics replied 21 years, 7 months ago 5 Members · 7 Replies
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  • Rholee

    September 16, 2002 at 8:34 pm

    Can you give me a web site to look at this product.

  • Lorraine Buchan

    September 16, 2002 at 10:47 pm

    Hey sharon

    I tried texi-cut too it was advertsed in printwear and promotion mag.

    Its much the same as the xpres stuff, but i think xpress is much better – text-cut is very flimsy and i had lots of problems with it in the cutter and when weeding.

    Europa and direct consumables do similar stuff too.

    In my opinion the xpres stuff is by far the best.

  • Joe McNamara

    September 17, 2002 at 7:43 am

    Hey Lorraine,
    Can you tell us the best place to buy the xpress stuff – I know victory do it but a bit pricey!

  • Lorraine Buchan

    September 17, 2002 at 8:30 am

    Joe the stuff victory do is not the same as the xpres stuff

    Some info on xpres cuttable transfer materials, which i didn’t have to hand last night. They do 7 different types of materia, extra flex, flexi cut, nylo cut, ultra cut, flock, thermo reflex (& nylon version) & easy cut.

    Easy Cut – is what i use due to its durability.
    34 x 49cm sheets
    16 colours (can be pantone matched, min order 20 sheets @ £2.50/sheet)
    * for cotton, polycotton & polyester
    * drycleanable
    * industrial washed up to 90c
    * ironed
    * tumble dryed
    However colours cannot be over layed
    10 sheets cost £1.80/sheet – 50 sheets cost £1.60/sheet

    contact details:

    unit 7b Willow farm business park
    Castle Donnington
    DE74 2UD
    T: 01332 855085 F: 0800 9808082

  • red dragon

    September 17, 2002 at 6:56 pm

    Thanks Lorraine,

    I’d wondered about the stuff from Xpress sounds a lot more stable in the plotter. I’d backed the sheet of Texicut with some transfer tape to give it a bit more body, but finding the cutting outine was a bit of a pain. I’ll give Xpress a ring tomorrow. Have you had any experience with the Target Transfer stuff?

    Rholee they don’t have a website as yet, but if Lorraine says Xpress product is far superior then that’s good enough for me.

  • Lorraine Buchan

    September 17, 2002 at 9:34 pm

    I can’t help you with that one sharon as I’ve not uses any of targets stuff – they seem to be more geared to ready made transfers. which is great if you have a high street shop, But i guess it would be difficult to sell if you didn’t – they do do the plotter stuff but i haven’t tried it – mainly because i am very happy with the stuff from xpres.

  • WP_Graphics

    September 17, 2002 at 9:36 pm

    I’ve tried victory’s Hotmark and i’ve found it really really good! It weeds well and goes on like a dream with good flexibility! It’s good because it’s sold on a roll 500mm wide and it’s about £6 a metre. Just keep forgetting to mirror print it 😳

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