Velflex to mark 15 years of innovation at PacPrint

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Heat transfer specialist Velflex is marking its 15th anniversary this year, and is taking the opportunity at PacPrint to celebrate what has been a continuous growth story, based on its innovative approach.

Expanding: Ben Caroll, Vicon Transfers
Innovating: Ben Caroll, managing director, Velflex

Founded in 2007, Velflex was banking on the rise of digital printing in heat transfer, and as a result helped to bring new technologies to the Australian market that are now commonplace. The company says its range of Stahls and Plotterfilms heat transfer vinyls, Australian-made UltraColour transfers, Hotronix heat presses, and Mimaki print and cut machines, are the go-to solutions for quality garment customisation.

At PacPrint the company will be doing live demonstrations, showing “how easy start to finish transfer production can be” using its vinyl range, UltraColour transfers, heat presses, and the new Mimaki CG-AR Series cutter. It offers a range of heat presses including Hotronix STX, Hotronix Dual Fusion and Hotronix 360 IQ.

The company says it aims to stay at the forefront of heat transfer technology, with the introduction of direct-to-film consumables to its range. It says, “The hottest thing in garment decoration right now is DTF”, and says after extensive trialling it is “excited to be launching the Velflex DTF range at PacPrint”, which includes hot peel sheets and adhesive powders.

Vistors to PacPrint, which runs 28 June – 1 July at the Melbourne Exhibition Centre, can see them all in action on stand C20, and are invited to celebrate the past, present and future of Velflex.

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