CAD-CUT® Premium Plus™ Heat Transfer Material

Best for stretchable garments and performance wear.

  • Applies at a low temp to prevent scorching on heat-sensitive items
  • High stretch & rebound
  • Silky matte finish
  • Available in a variety of colors, including popular university shades
  • $5 Flat Rate Ground Shipping to most areas. Certain exclusions apply.
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Material Specifications

  • Composition: Polyurethane (PU)
  • Thickness: 80-108 microns/.080-108mm
  • Stretch & Rebound: 5
  • Washability: 50
  • Safety: CPSIA Certified
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User Guide

1-Color Application Instructions

Time: 8-12 Seconds
Temperature: 280-330°F/138-166°C
Pressure: Medium
Peel: Warm or Cold
Note: Stahls’ recommends setting your heat press at 280° when heat printing on sensitive fabrics, such as polyester.


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2-Color Application Instructions

Time: Tack background 2 seconds, peel warm, place foreground on top, 8 seconds
Temp: 280-330°F/138-166°C
Pressure: Medium
Peel: Warm
Note: Stahls’ recommends setting your heat press at 280° when heat printing on sensitive fabrics, such as polyester.

Material/Fabric Compatibility

Cutter Guidelines

Cutter Blade ForceOffsetSpeed
GCC 45°/60° 60 - 70g.25 / .5025 cm/s
Graphtec 45° 11135
Roland GX-24 Prem. Carbide 45° 60-70g.2525 cm/s
Roland GX-24 Prem. Carbide 60° 60-70g.5025 cm/s
Questions & Answers

Questions & Answers

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Q:
I am looking for a distressed look for my T-shirt designs. Is there a type of material that makes it look more distressed?
A:
Cotton Chino twill is the material that will offer the most distressed look. This effect increases after the garment is washed. We offer this material in our Distressed Appliqué product offering.
Q:
What material do you recommend for spandex?
A:
We have several heat transfer materials that heat apply to spandex. The best recommendation is Super Film, however, Premium Plus can also be used. See the material fabric compatibility chart to further narrow your selections.

For a printable material, we recommend Opaque. You can also use our material selection chart to determine the proper material for your needs.
Q:
What product would I use for heat application to polypropylene bags?
A:
For polypropylene bags we recommend Premium Plus or Express Print. You can also use the material selection chart to determine the proper material for your needs.
Q:
I have a wrestling singlet. What material do I use to apply a logo?
A:
The best recommendation is for a nylon fabric is Gorilla Grip® II or, for a printable material, Opaque. Use the material selection chart to determine the proper material for your needs.

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