Stained Glass Holographic Foil Fusing Rolls [Transparent Underlay] - Price Per Roll
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Stained Glass Holographic Foil Fusing Rolls [Transparent Underlay] - Price Per Roll

Brand: Binding101
  • Pattern: Stained Glass
  • Color: Transparent Underlay (Clear)
  • Choose from many roll widths, lengths and core sizes
  • Sticks to dry toner prints when heat is applied
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Overview

Stained glass holographic foil fusing rolls add a beautiful, rainbow finish to your printed documents, invitations, business cards, stickers, art prints, or anything else you want. We call this pattern "stained glass" because it reminds us of stained glass windows, with various shapes and edges, all emitting rainbow effects. They are transparent underneath the pattern, which means your toner color will be visible beneath the pattern. These hologram toner reactive foils have a special adhesive on the back that sticks to dry toner¹, which is used in most copiers and some select laser printers (note: it does not work with wax-based inks). Ready to add holographic brilliance to your printed pages? Buy clear stained glass hologram foil fusing rolls online from Binding101 today.
To Foil You Will Need:
   • Foil Roll
   • Heat Source (Pouch Laminator², Roll Laminator² or Fuser)
   • Smooth Paper Stock³ Printed with Dry Toner
We offer many other colors, including many more holographic patterns, metallic high-contrast options, soft matte foils, and more; click here to shop all colored foils.

Specifications

Item #HOLOFOILSUSG-GRP
ManufacturerBinding101
Manufacturer Item #TP-170
ColorTransparent Underlay
DesignStained Glass Holographic
Roll Size8" x 100', 8" x 100', 24" x 500'
Core Size1/2", 1"
Quantity1 Roll

Description

Make your own wedding or party invitations with a subtle shimmer, business cards that really stand-out, wall prints that shine with brilliance, and so much more with stained glass holographic foil fusing rolls. These holographic colors offer a gentle shimmery look in a variety of patterns and tones. The transparent underlay has a clear backing, which means you can apply them to a color of toner (for example, blue) and it will show through underneath the foil pattern you choose, adding a colored tone to the pattern. We call this pattern "stained glass" because it reminds us of stained glass windows, with various shapes and edges, all emitting rainbow effects.

Pair these gorgeous reactive foil fusing rolls with one of our foil fusing machines that works by applying consistent heat and pressure to your printed paper*. The adhesive on the back of the foil is activated by the heat and sticks to the dry toner* that has been printed on the page. Dry toner is typically found in most standard copiers (and some laser printers). Other heat machines, such as pouch laminators, might work for our toner adhesive foiling rolls as well, however, may require more heat testing and adjusting to get a perfect finished print, and they are not guaranteed to work Foiling with holograph foil is a great way to create wedding invitations, awards, craft projects, business cards, letter head or anything else that may benefit from subtle, holographic accents.

What Machines can Foil:

You can use a foil fusing machine to apply consistent heat (to activate the adhesive) and pressure (to ensure a clean and consistent application). Other heat machines, such as pouch laminators, may work as well, however, may require more heat testing and adjusting to get a perfect finished print. Here are some important considerations for various methods of foil fusing:

Method/MachinePouch LaminatorRoll LaminatorFoil Fuser
Roll SizeAny Size. Pieces of foil are
cut off the roll before applying.
Varies on machine widthVaries on machine width
Core SizeAny Size. Pieces of foil are
cut off the roll before applying
Varies on machine coreMay vary by machine;
most use a 1" core roll
HeatMinimum heat requirement: 300° F
Higher is recommended
Adjustable is recommended
Minimum heat requirement: 300° F
Higher is recommended
N/A; Specifically made for foil rolls
SpeedAdjustable speed is highly recommendedAdjustable speed is highly recommendedN/A; Specifically made for foil rolls


How to Foil

The method you use to foil will vary significantly based on the kind of machine you are using; a foil fuser, a roll laminator, or a pouch laminator. We have several blogs and resource posts about foil, including instructions for various methods. Click here and search the word "foil" to browse our foil blogs.



¹ The adhesive on the back of these foil rolls sticks to dry toner only; it will not work with wax based inks from laser printers.
² Compatible pouch laminators require certain features; they must be able to reach at least 300°F, have adjustable speed and temperature settings, be the proper width for your machine. If using a roll laminator, the machine must also have a film rewind feature and a matching core size. Other variables may factor into compatibility. Click here to see a list of laminators tested and approved for foiling. Note that transparent hologram foils may require more heat or more time under heat than other foils.
³ The adhesive applies well to smooth paper stocks of a variety of thicknesses. It does not, however, create a solid/consistent look on textured papers.

Videos

How to Foil with a Pouch Laminator

Transcript: Hi, my name is Mallory, and today I am going to show you how to turn a printed sheet into a gorgeous foiled print using a pouch laminator.

Ok, so the first thing you need to do it print the design you want to foil. It needs to be printed using a dry toner ink onto a smooth paper stock. Thicker paper like cardstock works fine, as long as there is no texture and the ink used is a dry toner (not an inkjet or other wax-based ink).

You are also going to need a pouch carrier, which is this folder h...
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Hi, my name is Mallory, and today I am going to show you how to turn a printed sheet into a gorgeous foiled print using a pouch laminator.

Ok, so the first thing you need to do it print the design you want to foil. It needs to be printed using a dry toner ink onto a smooth paper stock. Thicker paper like cardstock works fine, as long as there is no texture and the ink used is a dry toner (not an inkjet or other wax-based ink).

You are also going to need a pouch carrier, which is this folder here. This is going to protect your laminator.

Now place your printed sheet onto the pouch carrier, and lay your foil roll over your design. Make sure all the ink that you want to foil is covered. Next, cut your foil to fit the design.

Place the foil with the non-colored, gray side down over the portion of your design that you want to foil.

So I’ve trimmed my foil, and now I am going to place a piece of scrap paper on top of the foil to prevent it from transferring onto my carrier. If your foil overlaps your printed sheet, you can also place a piece of scrap paper below your design.

Now bring it over to your pouch laminator, which should be pre-heated. The temperature to use is going to vary quite a bit, depending on the supplies you are using, including the paper thickness, the laminator, and even the foil itself, because some colors need a little extra heat. You may need to do some testing before you can get the perfect finish, so be sure to have plenty of printed sheets to work with.

I am using the professional, James Burn SpeedyLam 330R, set to 150 degrees Celsius (or about 300 degrees Fahrenheit) using a speed setting of 2. Other laminators may work as well, but there are a couple things you need to keep in mind… they need to have adjustable heat and adjustable speed settings in order to work. They also have to hit really hot temperatures, the minimum typically being about 300 degrees Fahrenheit (but again, that will vary depending on several factors, which is why adjustable heat is necessary). It also needs to be able to handle a 10 mil thick pouch minimum, since we are using a thick pouch carrier and scrap paper.

If you’re using one of the smaller home office pouch laminators, it might still work, you may just have to run it through more than once to get the foil to stick.

So we’re going to lay our carrier flat and open it up. There may be some static, which for me lifted up my scrap paper. You can kind of see where it grabbed the design here. Now find an edge and peel it up.

This is my favorite part...Voilah! You’re done.

The color used is our regular metallic gold, which is our most popular. We have several other golds available, including matte gold and rose gold too. Plus a ton of other colors, holographic patterns, iridescent rainbow colors, and more.

You can see here that I should have placed a piece of scrap paper below my design, because my foil overlapped my print and stuck onto my pouch carrier.

Thanks so much for watching, I hope you enjoyed this video. Be sure to subscribe to our YouTube channel for more foiling videos, as well as a ton of other videos about all the products that we have to offer at Binding101.com

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Holographic Foil Rolls - Many Patterns Available

Transcript: Featured in this video are some of our most popular holographic foil rolls. In order from left to right, you will see: ① Shimmering Waters, ② Bubbles, ③ Hearts, ④ Mirage, ⑤ Oil Slick, ⑥ Stained Glass, ⑦ Shattered Glass, ⑧ Checkerboard. In addition to these patterns, we also offer a "stars" pattern that is not featured in the video, but can be seen on the photo swatch.
Featured in this video are some of our most popular holographic foil rolls. In order from left to right, you will see: ① Shimmering Waters, ② Bubbles, ③ Hearts, ④ Mirage, ⑤ Oil Slick, ⑥ Stained Glass, ⑦ Shattered Glass, ⑧ Checkerboard. In addition to these patterns, we also offer a "stars" pattern that is not featured in the video, but can be seen on the photo swatch.

What's the Difference Between Clear and Silver Underlay Foil?

Transcript: One of our FAQs about holographic toner foil is: what the difference is between clear and silver underlay? Watch this video to see the answer.

Patterns Featured in this Video: Holographic: ① stained glass, ② checkerboard, ③ mirage. Glitter: ① pixie dust.
One of our FAQs about holographic toner foil is: what the difference is between clear and silver underlay? Watch this video to see the answer.

Patterns Featured in this Video: Holographic: ① stained glass, ② checkerboard, ③ mirage. Glitter: ① pixie dust.

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