The fuzzy opaque colors make StripFlock Pro excellent for retro designs like you’d find in a mall in the 80’s, or anytime you want a deep, rich look. StripFlock Pro is thick enough to cover hat seams, yet also looks excellent on bags, denim, and other garments that need textured visual interest. Use StripFlock Pro as a base layer and cover with other materials such as EasyWeed Stretch for an embossed look, or layer with more StripFlock! The ability to layer this material with itself and others allows you to say “yes” to multi-color designs. However, please note that for best results all fluorescent colors are recommended to be layered with the knockout method and the carrier peeled warm.
Cricut Explore Air: Blade: AutoBlade, Standard Setting: Iron On
Cricut Maker: Blade: AutoBlade, Fine-Point Setting: Heat Transfer (Non-Cricut)
Brother Scan N Cut DX: Blade: AutoBlade Cut Speed: 5 Half Cut: 4
Silhouette Cameo 4: Blade: AutoBlade, 3-4 Material: Heat Transfer Flocked Force: 6 Speed: 5
Roland GX/GS-24: Blade: 45° Gram Force: 80-120 Offset: .250 Speed: 30-50 cm/s
Graphtec: Blade: 45° Gram Force: 10 Tool: CBO9U+0 Speed: 30 cm/s
US Cutter Titan 2 & 3: Blade: 45°/60° Gram Force: 100-110 Speed: 300 mm/s **Blade Advancing Varies
Mimaki CG-60SR III: Blade: 45° Gram Force: 110 Offset: 30 Speed: 20-30 cm/s
Brother Scan N Cut: Blade: Standard, 4 Cut Speed: 5 Cut Pressure: 2
The specifications listed are suggested starting points that may need to be adjusted according to blade, cutting strip and cutting mat wear. Always perform a test cut prior to cutting designs.
*Craft cutters were evaluated using cutter-specific standard grip cutting mats.