Series: 9106

Lumina® 9106 Metal Flake Heat Transfer Film

Lumina® 9106 Metal Flake Heat Transfer Film

Lumina® 9106 Series is a metal flake heat transfer film designed for application to textiles. This Lumina heat transfer product features a special effect patterned face that adds dimension to your design.

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Description

Lumina® 9106 Series is a metal flake heat transfer film designed for application to textiles. This Lumina heat transfer product features a special effect patterned face that adds dimension to your design. For use on 100% cotton, 100% polyester, poly/cotton blends, leather and sublimated polyester. To order punched material, use part number 9156. CPSIA Compliant – Phthalate Free, Lead Free.

Additional information

Brand

Lumina®

Flat Bed

Yes

Interior/ Exterior

N/A

Computer Cut

Yes

Screen

N/A

Thermal Die

N/A

Sheetable

Yes

Laminate

N/A

Thermal Transfer

N/A

Shelf Life

2 Years

Solvent

N/A

Eco Solvent

N/A

UV Inkjet

N/A

Steel Rule

Yes

Wet Apply

N/A

Minimum Application Degree

320

Series

9106

Film Technology

PVC

Film Thickness

4.3

Finish

Gloss

Blockout

Yes

Outdoor Durability

N/A

Adhesive / Color

Permanment (Heat Activated) / Clear

Liner

Pressure Sensitive PET

Conformability

N/A

Subcategory

Cut Film

Roll Sizes


Part No.Roll Size
-201520"X50Yds
-200820"X25Yds
-200320"X10Yds
-200220"X5Yds
-151515"X50Yds
-150815"X25Yds
-150315"X10Yds
-150215"X5Yds

Colors

007-Silver
007-Silver
004-Gold
004-Gold
001-Cherry Red
001-Cherry Red
003-Black
003-Black
005-Royal Blue
005-Royal Blue
106-Medium Green
106-Medium Green
163-Pink
163-Pink
009-Orange
009-Orange
191-Aquamarine
191-Aquamarine
257-Cracked Silver
257-Cracked Silver

Resources

Material Safety Data Sheet:


Part Number

HOW TO BUILD A PART NUMBER

0000-0000-000

THE FIRST FOUR DIGITS in our part numbers identify the series of products and determine the converting process. Increasing the non-perforated product number by 50 identifies most Perforated products.

THE SECOND FOUR DIGITS identify the material converted size. The first two digits indicate the width and the last two digits indicate the length.

THE FINAL THREE DIGITS identify the color and all colors contain three digits.