Micro Twill Fabric
Micro Twill is a type of fabric with a pattern of diagonal parallel ribs. It is one of three fundamental types of textile weaves along with plain weave and satin. It is made by passing the weft thread over one or more warp threads then under two or more warp threads and so on, with a “step,” or offset, between rows to create the characteristic diagonal pattern.
PROCEDURES ON HOW TO USE:
- Print your designs on sublimation paper using sublimation ink (Mirror).
- Set your Heat press machine in 200°C and 40 seconds.
- Cut a piece of Micro Twill fabric big enough for your designs.
- Place the Micro Twill fabric on your Heat Press.
- Place the the printed sublimation designs on top of Micro Twill face down and press.
- Cut a piece of Hot Melt Adhesive film big enough for your designs.
- Place the Micro Twill on the Heat Press machine with the design facing down.
- Place the Hot Melt adhesive film on top of the Micro Twill fabric with the transparent side facing down.
- Press for 5 seconds, temperature of 200°C
- Now you can cut out your designs to remove exceeding fabric.
- Put your shirt on your Heat press machine and press quick to smoothen the surface.
- Peel off the backing tape of your prepared designs.
- Place your designs on top of your shirt and press for 10 seconds.