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Laser-cut heat transfer vinyl: a new option for high-precision personalization 6/3/2024 2:58:10 AM 1

Laser cutting of heat-transfer vinyl is a technique that uses a high power density laser beam to accurately cut a piece of vinyl and film. The following is a detailed description of laser cutting of heat transfer vinyl:

Technical principle

Laser cutting uses a focused high-power density laser beam to irradiate the heat transfer vinyl and film, causing the irradiated material to quickly melt, vaporize, ablate or reach the ignition point.

* At the same time, the molten material is blown away by a high-speed airflow coaxial with the beam, so that the heat transfer vinyl can be accurately cut into the desired shape.

Application field

Heat transfer vinyl and film laser cutting technology is widely used in clothing, textiles, advertising logos and other industries.

In the clothing industry, laser cutting heat transfer vinyl can be used to make various patterns, texts, logos, etc., making clothing more fashionable and personalized.

Equipment and technical features

Laser cutting equipment usually uses computerized numerical control technology (CNC) devices to achieve high-precision cutting.

Laser cutting heat transfer vinyl has the characteristics of high precision, high speed and high quality, which can meet the needs of different customers.

Compared with traditional processing methods, laser cutting does not require tools, reduces processing costs, and is suitable for processing various complex shapes and patterns.

Operation process

1. Place the heat transfer vinyl on the workbench of the laser cutting machine.
2. Draw the pattern or text to be cut through computer-aided design (CAD) software and transfer the data to the laser cutting machine.
3. Adjust the parameters of the laser cutting machine, such as laser power, cutting speed, etc.
4. Start the laser cutting machine and start cutting the heat transfer vinyl and film.
5. After cutting, remove the cut heat transfer vinyl for subsequent processing, such as pasting it onto clothing or other substrates.

In short, laser-cut heat transfer vinyl technology has been widely adopted in many industries due to its advantages of high precision, high speed and high flexibility.