For clear cast decals you will need:
-Your design or graphic
-A transparent or clear material to cast your decal on such as vinyl or plexiglass
-A solvent such as isopropyl alcohol or acetone to remove the backing and adhesive
-A squeegee or other tool to press the decal onto the surface
-An oven or heat source to set the adhesive.
There are a few things you need to know in order to print clear cast decals successfully. First, the design or image you want to print must be vector-based. This means that it must be created in a program like Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, or Inkscape. Raster images (created in programs like Photoshop) will not work for this process.
Once you have your vector design, you need to make sure that all the colors are set to the correct mode – either CMYK or RGB. If they are not in the correct mode, your decal will not print correctly.
Also, it is important to make sure that the design is correctly sized and positioned on the page. If it is not, it will be off-center or cropped when it is printed.
Once you have finalized your design, you need to create a printing template. This is a document that tells the printer how to print your decal. The template includes the dimensions of the decal, the spacing between each color, and the order of the colors.