Roland DG HeatSoft™ SATIN ESM-HTMS Heat Transfer Film

HeatSoft™ SATIN ESM-HTMS Heat Transfer Film

Looks Screen. Prints Clean.

CPSIA Certified HeatSoft™ SATIN is a new heat transfer material from Roland DG that weeds easily, smoothly transfers, and produces a “screen printed” look on cotton, polyester and poly/cotton. As part of a digital inkjet printer workflow, HTM Satin heat transfer film produces high-resolution results with a wide color gamut, smoother gradations and cleaner lines – plus none of the mess or hassle of screen-printing.

HeatSoft SATIN offers the following features to give you stunning results on apparel, décor, soft signage and other applications: 

  • Affordably priced with high-end color results 
  • Use in conjunction with PTM2 mask
  • 3 mil polyurethane film supplied on polyester liner – thin yet durable
  • Easy to transfer to mask without use of a squeegee
  • High opacity for use with dark fabrics
  • High white point in comparison to other transfer materials
  • Softer hand than most other transfer materials
HeatSoft SATIN film is compatible with a wide range of inkjet printer technologies on the market but works brilliantly with Roland DG’s VersaStudio BN-20 Series  and TrueVIS SG-300 printer cutters as well as VersaCAMM SPi, VersaCAMM VS-i series and TrueVIS VG printers.


Total Caliper: 209 microns (film and liner)
Basis Weight: N/A
Whiteness: N/A
Brightness: N/A
Opacity: 90%
Gloss Level: 1.8@20°, 9.3@60°, 23.8@85°
Inkset: Eco solvent (Eco-Sol MAX, Eco-Sol MAX 2, EJ, TrueVIS)
Adhesive: Thermally activated
Backing: Polyester


  • Textiles
  • Apparel Decoration
  • Bags, hats, totes, etc

Available Sizes

54” x 25Y
30” x 25Y (29.5” actual width)
20” x 25Y (19.6” actual width)



Storage and Usage

65°-75° F (18°-24° C) and 30-50% relative humidity (non-condensing)

It is recommended to store this product in its original packaging until ready for use, in a cool, clean, and relatively dust-free, away from direct sunlight environment and allow material to acclimate to the production environment for at least 24 to 48 hours before use 

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