- 商品尺寸: 30.5 x 5.1 x 5.1 cm
- 商品重量: 86.2 g
- 发货重量: 272 g
- ASIN: B00XQBKI66
- 用户评分: 1,603 买家评级
12x8 转印纸 白色和透明 透明 1包 43216-109892
- QUICK AND EASY RELEASE that does not leave a sticky residue on your vinyl and won't rip or tear your project! It's the perfect alignment paper so your projects go on straight and even every time. Made of the best quality rubber based adhesive.
- JUST THE RIGHT AMOUNT OF GLUE will make sure your project transfer beautifully. No mess - no fuss! Larger core means less memory so the transfer paper lays flat to make it easy to work with. Great multi-media tape too.
- FREE INSTRUCTIONS on how to use Angel Craft application tape with your favorite adhesive vinyl.
- PERFECT APPLICATION EVERY TIME! The clear paper and blue grid lines take the guess work out of aligning and applying your art work. No problems with air bubbles!
- YOU WORK HARD on making just the right design for your home or gift and we so get that! We want you to be proud of your project.
FINALLY a product to help you with positioning your Adhesive Vinyl on any surface is HERE! After you purchase Angel Craft Transfer Paper you will be amazed to see how much you get in ONE ROLL ( 8 FEET LONG), but at an excellent quality too. Go ahead and simply remove the plastic wrapping and you will find easy clear instructions on how to use the paper after cutting your designs or letters with you Provo Craft Cricut machine or perhaps the Silhouette Cameo or Portrait Die Cutter or any other Vinyl Cutter for that matter. So how is Transfer Paper Tape by Angel Crafts different from the rest? It has to be the PREMIUM QUALITY and DESIGNED TO WORK WITH ALL BRANDS, the EASY TO UNWIND & APPLY ALL-PURPOSE APPLICATION, and of course the incredible PRICE. I was tired of buying transfer paper of poor quality and that is why I have manufactured my own that comes with a MONEY BACK GUARANTEE as I am so confident you will love it! Go Ahead and give it a try because adhering Vinyl just got A LOT EASIER! Add to Cart button is above.
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I have used this now for straight transfer, reverse, and multi-layer designs. Straight transfer is a breeze. The tape lays down nice and flat from the large roll. Backing lifts off perfectly. Lining the grid up is easy enough, though it does show badly when I get it wrong! haha, my fault, not the tape ;D Reverse is a little more complicated as the tape holds really well. So it is a bit more work than I had with the Oracal, but results are good. I'm learning to use this and unlearning the other. But it picked up some of the smaller details that I struggled with the Oracal. Multi-layer has less tack when you go to add the next layer, however, still works beautifully. No problem with air bubbles between the layers so far. And, it was forgiving enough, when I made a mistake, adhering the bottom layer before the top, I was able to gently pry the wrong layer back down to its backing and redo it the right way. The Oracal was much more forgiving, as the tack was so low that the pieces could just come right off.
I have now applied my first vinyl to a vehicle from this tape and it has gone smoothly as well. There was a bit of a curve, but I was able to prevent wrinkling and minimize air bubbles. I am still not very practiced at application, so no fault of the tape either. The tape released the vinyl nicely, however, I may have pulled it off too fast as small corners did lift a little. A small amount of residue, not actual tack, but you could clearly see where the tape was, remained on the glass. A bit of glass cleaner and it was gone (this is when the lifted corners appeared). The used tape had a definite impression of my design left behind and was very curled. Oracal tape lays flat after and can be reused several times (albeit badly). This tape was harder for reuse as it curled so badly. But it does still lift. I have to tape down the edges to be able to use a second time. Not a deal breaker, as most use will be single.
I like that the backing is blue and the tape is clear. Being able to see my design is important for me and my customers who buy my decals. I want this to be easy for them to use. Oracal's backing paper was a very pliable paper lining, whereas the Angel Crafts backing paper is much sturdier. This is perfect for my needs, as most of my decals will be mailed out and I feel more confident that they will arrive nicely. The Oracal tape was easy to get dents or bends in it.
Overall, I am very pleased with my purchase and do plan to buy more in more sizes. I do many smaller decals, so the 6" may be more convenient for me. I still plan to try other brands, but for now, I am sticking with Angel Crafts. They now offer vinyls as well, which I am intrigued to try.
I've only used this with vinyl, and vinyl is the material the product details claim this paper is designed for. It works great with the Craft E brand and the Oracal 631 brand that I've tried it with. The adhesive is almost certainly too strong for any kind of fibrous paper, though. Don't use this for construction paper. You'll destroy your cut.
Tip: When removing any kind of transfer paper from a design after applying the design to your working medium, remove it by peeling back in such a way that the angle where the contact paper lifts off your design is as obtuse as possible. I've attached an image to show what I mean. See how the paper I'm grabbing the paper very close to where it's coming off the "design" and am pulling it all the way back so it's almost folded back on itself? Doing this will help avoid small details of your design sticking to the transfer tape, and this is a handy tip for dealing with any kind of adhesive paper.