Some are, some are not. I’ve heard of laser safe transfer vinyl but never seen or used it. You would need to request the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) from the manufacturer and confirm for any you want to use.
In general though, if it has vinyl in the name it is best to keep it away from your laser.
OMG Rick, thank you so much for all this ultra mega valuable information. Im going to read all of it: I really really thank you : i have only left to test on this and glass once i order my R3 Atomstack roller. Once i finish all my tests im gonna post it , because the help i receive from all of you since i starded really helps me a lot.
@adammhaile@Rick Thanks to all the info , i really think its worth buying this products. Im from Mexico, wher e alot of sellers sell ( the most) the corean cheap pvc vinyl, wich also can say its free from it, surely just for sell. Im gonna save a bit more and buy from this sellers you tell me.
Sadly theres a lot of youtubers from Spain and latin America who shows they can work on vinyl but they dont talk about the difference beetween the dangerous one and the real one friendly with laser machines. In fact they dont even respond users making these kind of questions.
Thats why i really apreciate the help of this forum and you people.
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