Frequently asked questions
Flex is an iron-on vinyl film that comes in rolls of various colours and textures. Once the text or design has been composed on the computer, it is cut out of the material using a plotter (digital cutter). Next, the design must be weeded out and heat-bonded to the garment using a heat press. This flex transfer customisation technique is also known as textile flocking.
Once the design has been cut into the material with a digital cutter, we remove the excess vinyl film to reveal your text or logo. Your artwork is now ready to be flocked on the textile of your choice.
Digital flex is a hot melt technique that uses the same iron-on vinyl film as cut flex, except that in this case the design is not cut out of the material, but printed directly onto the substrate digitally. Then your design is simply heat glued to the garment using a heat press.
This iron-on vinyl film customisation solution offers a wide selection of colours and textures and is suitable for all textile materials. This technique allows for individual customisation (names, numbers, totems, etc.) and the production of small series (minimum 5 pieces).
This 2-step customisation solution is an inexpensive technique whose cost varies according to the quantity of visuals to be printed per piece and their surface in cm².