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Sublimation Bracelet with Safety Clasp - Pack of 10 units

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034947

Fabric bracelet you can personalise using dye sublimation printing. Includes a non-return safety clasp, which prevents the bracelet from opening once it is fastened to the wrist.

  • Semi-matte white fabric
  • Print area: 35.5 x 1.5 cm
  • Sale unit: pack of 10

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More information about the wristband with safety clasp for sublimation

 

THINGS TO KEEP IN MIND

  • It is necessary to remove the clasp to sublimate the ribbon. It slides in the opposite direction to the teeth on the inside, both to remove it and to place it after personalisation

DIMENSIONS (APPROX.)

Fabric strip (cm) 35.5 x 1.5
Clasp (cm) 1.2 x 1 x 1
Print area (cm) 35.5 x 1.5
Pack weight (g) 18

Recommended instructions and parameters for sublimation printing

  • Print the design in mirror image
  • Preheat the press to 200ºC
  • Remove the safety clasp by pulling it out from the opposite side to the inside teeth
  • Place the printed part of the paper on the wristband and fix it with thermal adhesive tape
  • Press at a medium-high pressure for 35 seconds
  • With the help of a protective glove, remove the newly printed wristband
  • Carefully peel off the paper
More Information
Ref. 034947
Net Weight (kg) 0.016
Billable Weight 0.0200
Dimensions (mm) 350 x 15
Print area (mm) 350 x 15
Colour White
Surface material Tissue
Items Wristbands
Composition 100% Polyester
Marking techniques Dye sublimation
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