March '15

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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10 0 | PRINTWEAR M A RC H 20 1 5 The Latest For more on the suppliers featured in this section, please see website and phone information following each product. Desktop cutter Roland DGA introduces the CAMM-1 GS-24, a desktop cutter with a redesigned cutting carriage and blade holder, 10 times the overlap cutting capability, and a 40 percent increase of downforce from its predecessor. Users can cut a materials from 2" to 27-1/2" wide, including vinyl, paint mask, twill, heat transfers, magnetic materials, and card stock at maximum speeds of 20" per second. Visit: | Call: 800-542-2307 Digital screen maker The GOCCOPRO QS200 from XpresScreen is available. Eco-friendly and compact in design, the QS200 offers thermal technology on prestretched screens for multicolor registration. The direct- to-screen printing system comes with three mesh counts for printing on a variety of materials. Visit: | Call: 800-597-9530 Swing-away heat press Johnson Plastics and Geo Knight & Co. partner to produce the JP Advantage DK20S heat press, an enhanced version of the DK20S. This swing-away heat press has a new bottom platen that allows front-end T-shirt loading. It's available exclusively from Johnson Plastics. Visit: | Call: 800-869-7800 Sublimation transfer TransPire by Insta Graphic Systems is a digital sublimation transfer, ideal for 100 percent polyester, nylon, and synthetic substrates. This transfer offers colored images that can be applied to athletic and fashion wear apparel as well as bags and accessories. Insta's new digital sublimation transfers can be produced for all-over or off-edge print decorations. Visit: | Call: 800-421-6971 Screen stretching system RhinoTech presents the RSP 100 Manual Hand Stretcher in three sizes to produce 20" X 24", 23" X 31", and 25" X 36" screen frames. Designed for small production startup groups, these stretch- ers can restretch screens or produce new ones using 110, 160, and 230 mesh. The RSP 200 offers warp and weft stretching and maximum tension-holding capability. Locking bars allow for corner softening and equal tension throughout the screen. The RSP 300 features pneumatic cylinders and a control box to independently pull the warp and weft of the mesh. Visit: | Call: 651-686-5027

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