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STAHLS' CAD-CUT Premium Plus truly wows FESPA Fabric visitors
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Jun '11
STAHLS' introduced CAD-CUT Premium Plus heat transfer material at FESPA Fabric in Hamburg Germany. This newest material is engineered to be the best performing material on today's technical fabrics and in the CAD-CUT line up.

CAD-CUT Premium Plus features superior stretchability and a soft matte finish. From the inventors of CAD-CUT, this new material is Lab Certified for durability and performance. For use with a heat press and vinyl cutter, it can be applied to a variety of fabrics and features a low temperature and a short application time of just eight seconds.

As a CAD-CUT material, Premium Plus comes on a pressure sensitive frosted carrier, designed for easy cutting and weeding. It is available in 40 colors, including popular university colors, and designed specifically for heat application onto cotton, polyester, poly/cotton blends, and Lycra/spandex. Like all CAD-CUT heat transfer materials, Premium Plus will not crack, peel, or fade.

Premium Plus applies at the low temperature of 300 degrees Fahrenheit, which allows it to be used on heat sensitive fabrics such as performance wear and polypropylene bags. It is CPSIA Certified and safe for use on products and apparel for children's wear.

CAD-CUT Premium Plus is also perfect for creating detailed designs. Ariel Nicolaci, sales manager STAHLS' International: “It is thinner than other heat transfer materials and extremely stretchable, which allows for extra freedom and creativity when developing designs for a variety of markets. Since it also features a light tack backing, designs can be stacked one on top of each other once they are cut and weeded, which helps high producing shops and businesses organize their orders.”

STAHLS' International, a leader specializing in the development, manufacturing, and distribution of heat printing technologies, provides customers and distributors worldwide with the most cost effective and efficient ways to decorate garments. Stahls' International is located in St. Clair Shores, Michigan with GroupeSTAHL operations located throughout North and South America, Europe, Asia, and Australia.

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