Overview: membrane base plate 45cm x 45cm for TC5

The membrane base plates by Secabo create new opportunities in the implementation of your Secabo heat press - especially when working with transfer objects with significant height-differences and unevenness. Many old and almost all new heat press models allow for upgrading to the passive membrane lower plates. The membrane can easily be inflated via a small inflation bulb. The membrane's maximum compensation height may be configured thereby. As usual, the contact pressure is set on the heat press, for example via a hand wheel on the heat plate. When the heat press is closed, a manometer reliably displays the current contact pressure - in grams per square centimeter. The pressure can be adjusted via the inflation bulb and a release valve. The membrane lower plates by Secabo allow for taking accurate readings of the actual contact pressure, as well as reproducibly setting it. The membrane lower plates are available for work surfaces of 38cm x 38cm and 40cm x 50cm. The plates' actual dimensions are 45 x 45cm and 47 x 57cm respectively. It is possible to mount them straight to the base of many Secabo heat presses and they are compatible with the well-known quick change systems and slide extensions by Secabo.


technical data

working area 38cm x 38cm
pressure setting Setting on the transfer press, fine adjustment on fan and ball drain valve
max. working pressure Up to 500 depending on the performance data of the heat press g/cm²
max temperature 230 °C
environment 5 ° C - + 35 ° C / 30% - 70% humidity
dimensions 45cm x 45cm x 5.5cm
net weight 10 kg
scope of delivery Membrane-bottom plate with Anschraubsockel, fastening material

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applications for heat presses

designing like the pros - using heat transfer presses

What is a heat press?

A heat press, transfers text, logos or images onto different materials. The device works with pressure as well as heat in order to achieve long-lasting results. A heat press is like a large iron, but with more pressure and more intensive heat. Heat presses are suited for a wide range of transfer processes.


finishing of garments with flock and flex

motives from flock or flex material or decals can be transferred to garments with the heat press. E.g. soccer jerzys can be decorated with names, numbers or the club's logo

sublimation transfer:

In this process, the heat press transfers graphics, photos and texts that have been printed on a commercially available printer to polyester materials. Printing requires nothing more than special sublimation inks. The heat created by the heat press causes the ink to dye polyester materials. In addition to clothing, this procedure is also suitable for individually designing cups, puzzles, mouse pads, tableware and much more. Please note that this procedure should only be used on bright, preferably white materials, to facilitate a realistic color reproduction.

Inkjet flex:

A design is cut out of an inkjet flex foil and then transferred to a piece of clothing using a heat press. The highlight: Regular ink from a normal printer is preserved by special varnish beads inside the inkjet flex foil through the transfer process. This facilitates the production of durable textile finishes in photo quality with simplest means. One might, for example, design a soccer fan shirt with a country pennant.such as a country pennant on a soccer fan shirt, etc.

Chromablast Transfer:

A design is cut out of an inkjet flex foil and then transferred to a piece of clothing using a heat press. The highlight: Regular ink from a normal printer is preserved by special varnish beads inside the inkjet flex foil through the transfer process. This facilitates the production of durable textile finishes in photo quality with simplest means. One might, for example, design a soccer fan shirt with a country pennant.such as a country pennant on a soccer fan shirt, etc.

Why do I need a heat press?

The uses and possibilities of a heat press are as diverse as the various different transfer methods that exist. Heat presses allow both professionals and ambitious hobbyists to make their personal design ideas a reality, such as for example:

Creative design of cups and mugs
Individual design of mouse pads
Processing and design of clothing such as T-shirts, jackets or sweaters, for example, for bands, schools, work clothes, designer collections
durable garment decoration with motives from flock or flex - ideal for sport clubs
Creation of personal Hat
Design your own towels and bathroom textiles
Creative design of large-scale photo motifs on bathroom or kitchen tiles
create your individual bags

Which is the right heat press for my projects?

When choosing the appropriate heat press, the shape of the receiving material and the size of the objects to be transferred are key factors. Folding presses or swing presses are used to finish flat materials, such as textiles or tiles, with a personalized design. The Secabo TC 2 heat press, for example, is a reliable entry-level folding press for smaller designs. The Secabo TC 5 heat press is suitable for larger designs. There are special mug presses that perfectly adapt to the shape of a mug to allow for creating an individualized mug collection, such as the Secabo TMUG heat press.


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data sheet - membrane base plate 45cm x 45cm for TC5

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instruction manual Secabo membrane base plates 45cm x 45cm and 47cm x 57cm

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