The company’s latest products, launched earlier this year, allow dye-sublimation-equipped apparel decorators to expand into board shorts, fleece, and towels. PRINTING United Booth 8033.
Sporting a small head — just 4 by 4 inches — a new heat press platen from Hotronix (Stahls’) is the perfect tool for left-chest designs on youth apparel, and for applications where space is tight, and zippers or seams must be avoided. PRINTING United Booth 2600.
Roland DGA’s new system aids apparel decorators in accessing product areas and markets where promotional products and other objects can be marketed or branded, expanding possibilities they can offer customers. PRINTING United Booth 4616.
Soren Travel Gear, based out of St. Louis, was proud to see their Cape Cod Reversible Tote featured in the January 15 episode of ABC’s Private Practice, titled “Homeward Bound.”