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Heat-Applied Graphics

The Heat Goes On

When Plastisol heat transfers were developed for decorating garments in the 1960s, they were mainly used for embellishing white T-shirts, since colored tees weren’t in demand yet.

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Peak Printer/Cutter Workflow

Time is money, so optimizing your printer/cutter workflow to ensure you are working efficiently means you also will be ensuring profitability.

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Avoid Dye Migration During Heat Printing

Dye migration is a typical problem when it comes to decorating polyester. Generally, the darker or brighter the color, the more likely it is to occur.  

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Tips For Numbering Basketball Uniforms

Some teams prefer a classic look, but others may be interested in changing things up and having uniforms that offer a fresh look.  

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Q&A with Imaging Supplies Warehouse’s Jim Tenholder

Jim Tenholder is dealer sales manager at Imaging Supplies Warehouse, Maryland Heights, Mo. 

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Techniques For Eliminating Carrier Sheet Marks

One approach to eliminating marks left by a carrier sheet is to use a heat-transfer material that allows for a quick, fast-tack application. 

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Fun with Football Numbering

Fall is universally recognized as the start of football season, which offers numerous opportunities for decorators to provide numbered uniforms for teams and numbered jerseys for fans supporting specific players.  

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Combine Heat Transfers for Unique Headwear

Jazz up caps and other headwear to create fashionable looks and increase sales.  

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Understanding Color Laser Printers

There are different technologies and methods used in today’s color laser printers, including light-emitting diode (LED) technology. It is the newest technology and considered to be cutting-edge. 

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Keys for Clean, Protected Heat Press Platens

Nothing lasts forever, but the better you take care of your heat press, the longer you can avoid a breakdown.  

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