Bag tags are available in an array of materials. These are great for adding personalized identification to luggage, backpacks, laptop bags and more! All our bag tags work with standard bag tag loops or straps and are 2-sided unless otherwise labeled. Clear plastic bag tag loops available in 6" or 9" (sold separately). Wholesale pricing available for businesses. Choose from a variety of pack sizes for volume pricing. Heat transfer vinyl (HTV) can also be applied to these sublimation blanks.
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SIZE : 2.75" x 4" (69.8mm x 101.6mm)
THICKNESS: 0.09" / 2.29mm
- SUBSTRATE : Fiber-Reinforced Plastic (FRP)
- FINISH : Gloss
- COATING: White
- 2 Sided
- Pack of 10 Tags $1.85 / Tag
- Pack of 50 Tags $1.77 / Tag
- Pack of 100 Tags $1.70 / Tag
- Unisub FRP Bag Tag Blank
- Sublimation Printer
- Heat Press
- Heat Tape
- Cleaning Cloth
- Blowout Paper (teflon sheet not recommended)
- Printed Transfer
- Printing RIP Software
- Heat Gloves
- All-Purpose Cleaning Fluid
- Turn on your heat press. Set the temperature to 400°F / 205°C (temperatures based on prints made with small desktop sublimation printers). Strong pressure is recommended. (settings may vary based on equipment). Add a sheet of protection paper (blowout paper) on the bottom plate of the heat press.
- Clean the surface with all-purpose cleaner, a cloth, and compressed air. You should have two images printed on your transfer paper. Cut the corners of one of the transfers about 5 mm away from the edge of the image in order to have plenty of space to tape the first transfer to the second.
- Next, line up and center one side of the blank bag tag to the transfer with the cut corners. Pick up the bag tag and crease the transfer paper along the edges of the bag tag so it will stay lined up with the outline of the image or graphic. Make sure the transfer is at the edge of the table, and hold the first transfer in place by tightly gripping the bag tag and transfer with your thumb and finger.
- Carefully flip it and line up the bag tag with the second transfer, keeping the first side of the transfer slightly peeled back so you can see where you’re placing the bag tag. Once secured on the second transfer, peel back the edges of the first transfer to double check that all the sides are even. Make small adjustments as needed.
- Next, place four pieces of tape on the corners to secure the transfers to the bag tag. Avoid placing the tape on the bag tag outline. Carefully slide the prepared bag tag off the table and place in the heat press. Add everything in the center of the bottom plate of the heat press. Add a layer of blowout paper or Endura on top of your printed transfer. Set the correct temperature & time (see below). Close the heat press so the sublimation process starts.
- When the sublimation process stops, remove immediately the transfer paper off both sides of the bag tags and allow the product to cool down. Attach bag tag loop (sold separately). Attention: the item will be hot, so wear protective heat gloves.
Both Sides at a Time (min)
One Side at a Time (min)
FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) Bag Tags
*The stated sublimation times are only valid for prints made on small desktop sublimation printers.