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- HPS Inc.
P.O. BOX 855
Rhome, TX 76078
- Tel: 940-627-0112
- Fax: 817-489-3650
Our Inkjet Magnetic is 11 MIL thick
Our Inkjet Magnetic paper is 11 MIL thick making it up to 3
times thicker than magnetic paper sold in large office
warehouse stores and other large retail outlets. Our
inkjet magnetic is still thin enough to feed through all
popular inkjet printers without any problem.
Don't settle for low quality super thin magnetic media
with inferior coating.
Once you print on our magnetic paper you will realize the
Print directly onto our magnetic sheets using your
Inkjet printer, Canon, Hewlett Packard, Epson, Apple,
Compaq, Lexmark and others. Now you can make
professional looking refrigerator magnets right on your
desk top. For even more elegant and professional
results, you can use our over-laminate, if needed.
To make CLEAR/TRANSPARENT decals
Copy/Print on to the glossy side of the media.
a thin coat of the Papilio Rub On Decal Tack. (If you are using Transfer
Adhesive the follow the instructions that come with the transfer adhesive film.)
Let the rub on decal tack dry for few hours, or over night. A second
coat should NOT be applied.
Applying the decal.
1) Cut out
the image with scissors while holding the paper at a constant 90 degree to
prevent the media from sticking.
2) Apply the decal face down onto the substrate
to be decorated.
pressure to the back side of the paper using a solid object, such as a pen or
pencil, working in a circular motion.
4) Use your
fingers or a sharp object to lift off and discard the paper media. The artwork
(the decal) will remain on the substrate.
additional durability the Papilio Rub On Decal may be cover coated with various
types of solvent based cover coats: epoxy, urethane, oil enamel, acrylic, etc.
decal paper can also be used on various types of substrates: wood, marble,
slate, glass, rock, different types of plastic, metal, most painted substrates,
fiber glass, cardboard, etc.
cut out the decal first and then apply the rub on decal tack as the edges of the
paper will absorb the liquid making it difficult transfer the decal later.
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For other types of clear inkjet vinyl please use the navigation
buttons in the upper left hand corner.
Clear Inkjet Vinyl. Here we have yet another great media that
prints great in ANY inkjet desktop media.
The cleat inkjet vinyl we
when this is written in November 2002 in matte and the adhesive is slightly
opaque. This media is great wherever you need inkjet printed label on clear
base stock. Please keep in made that this media is not waterproof. However
you can spray this label stock using clear spray. We recommend Krylon
Crystal clear acrylic spray available in Wal-Mart or similar product
(Rust Oleum) from Home Depot. We will soon or in the beginning of 2003
offer two new types of clear self adhesive inkjet media. Glossy clear inkjet
self-adhesive inkjet vinyl and clear ultra low peel cling tack media.
1) Copy/Print on to the coated side of the media
using compatible Inkjet Printer.
2) To prevent a paper jam, make sure the vinyl is not bent or warped or
corners folded BEFORE loading. Loading by hand ONE SHEET at the time (pressing
FF/Ready) is a way to make sure it loads correctly.
3) When gluing a vinyl label to any surface, clean the surface and remove
residual grease, soot or dust.
4) It is not recommended (on larger labels such as 11" X 17") to
remove all the back paper before installing. It’s better to remove the paper
from a small area at one end first such as a 1/2" vertical strip at the
left hand or right hand edge.
5) Line up your label. When the position looks correct, let the label make
contact with the surface on the edge where you removed the back paper.
6) Now bend the label back and carefully remove the rest of the protective
back paper, and glue the label down working from the end you glued first. Then
work your way towards the other end holding that end away from the surface. You
can use your finger or a sponge and only press down (glue) a small area each
time to prevent trapping air bubbles. Do not use excessive pressure when working
the label in this way because you may smudge the ink.
the label is used outdoors
you must use clear spray and overlaminate.
The Overlaminate must be applied in such way that it prevents water from
contacting the label. Clear enamel spray is available in most hardware or
automotive parts stores.
You can spray the label before you apply it (after printing) to prevent over
spray. Fixative spray is available in most craft stores or you can use clear
spray sold in most automotive parts stores. Use