How to create a personalised Santa Sack with TheMagicTouch TTC 3.1 Plus Transfer Paper

This video, How to create a personalized Santa Sack with TheMagicTouch TTC3.1 Plus transfer paper, explains how you can make a personalized santa sack in no time at all.

Here is what you need

• TheMagicTouch TTC3.1+ transferpaper.
• A CMYK or CMY+White printer.
• A professional heat press.
• Release paper.

Most likely Printer settings

The printer settings may vary depending on the printer brand. The following settings serve as a guideline:
• Paper source: MPT/Bypass.
• Paper weight: Heavy/UltraHeavy.

Your best option today

An OKI colour Printer and SpaceControl print utility software by TheMagicTouch.
User-friendly intuitive interface.
Pre-sets for all transfer papers.
Free trial version available.

Prepare printing

• Load transferpaper TTC3.1+ into the selected tray.
• Print your artwork mirrored.

Preparing the application process

• Clean the surface of the product.
• Make sure you remove all loose fibers and particles.
• Trim the transfer as required.

Set up the heat press

• Temperature: 180° C / 360° F.
• Pressing time: 10-15 seconds.
• Pressure: High.

Pressing process

• Place and align the transfer printed side face down.
• Start pressing.

Interim step

• Open the heat press.
• Remove the sack from the heat press
• Do not strip off the backing paper.
• Let cool down completely.


• Press again for 3 seconds.
• Open the heat press.
• Swing the sack to cool down a bit.
• Stretch it sidewards at the bottom to release the corners of the transfer.
• Strip off the backing paper in a slow but steady motion while still hot.


• To flatten down fabric nap in light image areas post-press with release paper.
• Pressing time: 1-2 seconds.

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