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CARMICHAEL, Pa.—Hotronix offers a library of do-it-yourself parts replacement
videos wherein users can go through the process of changing the control board on a
Hotronix Auto Clam or MAXX Clam heat press step by step. The video can be viewed
at www.hotronix.com/how-to-heat-press-part-replacement-video by clicking on the
"How to Change the Control Board" video.
PHILADELPHIA—Penn Emblem Company has videos available online that show
viewers how to use its various products. Some subjects covered in the videos include
correct temperatures, heating times, placement, and other subjects. The videos can be
viewed for free on Penn Emblem's website at www.pennemblem.com.
DALLAS—GSG offers a free online video explaining today's screen emulsion options.
The taped live session covers diazo, dual cure, and SBQ pure photopolymer emulsions,
as well as capillary film. Topics also include temperature, environmental considerations,
and costs. The video can be found at www.youtube.com/watch?v=qhzwAH6Z-4g.
ALBUQUERQUE, N.M.—InkSoft launches a video blog about implementing the
company's online offerings. The series follows Brand X Custom T-Shirts of Tempe,
Arizona, for a year and shares their insights and experiences. Visit www.inksoft.com/
meet-brand-x/ to follow the "Meet Brand X" project and track the process, progress,
and results of this InkSoft incorporation into an actual shop.
Hirings, transfers, promotions
Penn Emblem Company (Philadelphia) promotes Beatrice
Gonzalez to account manager of direct sales on the West
Coast. She started at Penn Emblem in August 2014 as a di-
rect embroidery customer support specialist. With her new
position, Gonzalez hopes to continue delivering excellent
service and exceeding the needs of all customers. For the
past seven years, she studied sleep medicine, including Poly-
somnographic studies, and office management. In her spare
time, Gonzalez volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House
Charities of Mira Loma, California.
ST. CLAIRE SHORES,
Mich.—STAHLS' TV de-
buts the industry's first live,
regularly scheduled online
TV show. Airing Mondays at
11 a.m. EDT, the STAHLS'
TV Morning Show is de-
signed to kickstart the week
with the latest news and
trends impacting apparel
Guest presenters, inter-
views with experts, interac-
tive segments, and more plug
you into what's happening
in the apparel and promo-
tional products marketplace
with updates on the industry
buzz, new developments,
and technical know-how.
Topics range from deco-
rating techniques to sales,
marketing, and financial
strategies. The weekly 20- to
30-minute live segments
bring a new level of currency
to coverage of the industry.
Register to watch at