- 26th April 2019 at 8:10 pm #11858AnonymousInactive
I saw on the website that you can use this paper on wood as well, but I can’t find anywhere settings that needs to be used. The instructions pdf also shows for textiles, paper/carton and book covers, but not wood.
What pressure, time and temperature do I need to use? Do I peel it hot or also when its cold?29th April 2019 at 7:53 am #11859AnonymousInactive
Yes, you can also apply this transfer media onto wood. Because there are so many different wood type, coated or not coated, rough or fine surface.
Usually an applying temperature of 110-130°C should be fine. Unfortunately you have to test it until it works as you desire.
BR29th April 2019 at 8:34 am #11861AnonymousInactive
I’m trying to do this on white coated MDF wood. It’s like plain mdf, but its coated with a white smooth layer on top.
Tried up to 100C and when I peel it cold, some of the print doesn’t stick. Will try increase my temp.
Thank you.4th July 2019 at 5:55 am #11879AnonymousInactive
well said, moderator.14th July 2022 at 1:02 am #15269Joseph SmithParticipant
Did you have any luck after increasing the temperature? I have been contracted by a company to create marketing materials for a conference booth they’re running and I was hoping to try a few wood based items to help them stand out!
14th July 2022 at 11:29 am #15272a.messinaModerator
- This reply was modified 1 month ago by Joseph Smith.
Dear Joseph Smith,
Depending on which product you “saw on the website” the processes may differ – this post was about the “FOREVER Multi-Trans”.
Generally speaking, products for wood application need more heat or a longer pre-press to heat up the wood surface for the transfer.
To make sure the settings here are not referring to different products and thus confuse people, please write me a direct e-mail, so I can help you solve your problem. (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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