February '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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102 || P R I N T W E A R F E B R U A R Y 2 0 1 6 THE LATEST PRETREATMENT UNIT The Lawson Zoom-AE is an all-electric, industrial, state-of-the-art pretreat application sprayer that allows users to pretreat garments quickly, easily, and consistently at the touch of a button with zero "out-spray." This pre-treat unit saves space and features an instant twist on/off spray nozzle that can be changed in seconds. In addition, company literature reports that the length of spray is easy to adjust and maintenance is simple. The Lawson Zoom-AE is an all-electric operated unit. It is suitable for basic to sophisticated spraying of pretreat solution. Just pull out the drawer, load the shirt, and push the start button. Visit: | Call: 314-382-9300 HEAT TRANSFER MATERIAL LaserFlex is a heat transfer sheet from LaserBits that can be used to make highly- detailed graphics and is suitable for short-run jobs, the company reports. The material can be used on all types of fabric and can be engraved at a high speed with low power to produce heat transfers with no weeding. The material is compatible with all CO2 laser systems and heat presses. Available in eight colors. Visit: | Call: 800-733-7705 OVERSIZED PRINTS Dalco Athletic offers its line of oversized prints, suitable for drop-shoulder sweatshirts. A heat seal vinyl with Mylar backing, the size of the print can be extended to 4" X 22" when created in PermaCad. In other materials, the maximum size is 4" X 18". Other heat seal materials include Dal-Glitter/Metallic, Thermo Image, and dye-sub. Sew-in designs that come with a sew disk include Pro-Twill Sew On, Pro-Twill Kiss Cut, and dye sub. The initial order must be 10 pieces. PermaCad designs must be ordered in pairs to accommodate the larger size. Visit: | Call: 800-288-3252 TAX ASSISTANCE APPLICATION InkSoft updates its software to assist users in managing unique or complex tax situ- ations, including enhancements that make it possible to assign Harmonized System (HS) Codes and corresponding special tax handling rules to specific individual prod- ucts. The upgrade allows for the addition of multiple rules, different tax rates for differ- ent areas under the same rule, and other contingencies. With these abilities, users will also be prepared for future automated ecommerce tax software requiring HS codes. Tagging and rules are coded at the product level on the back end. The new capabilities are offered as options and do not affect the current system or user experience. Visit: | Call: 800-410-3048

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