June '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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For more on the suppliers featured in this section, please see website and phone information following each product. 84 || P R I N T W E A R J U N E 2 0 1 6 THE LATEST WOVEN LABELS Penn Emblem introduces its new line of woven labels, which it reports as offering permanent brand- ing solutions to garments or promotional products. Made of 100 percent polyester threads, the labels can withstand domestic and industrial washing. They can be sewn onto garments, purses, luggage, and more. Visit: | Call: 800-793-7366 INFANT ONESIE Infant Blanks presents the Short Sleeve Onezie, a one-piece made of 100 percent cotton. Featuring 1 X 1 rib knit, it has a maximum print area of 5-1/4" X 6-1/2" and a case quantity of 144. Available in white, sizes NB–L. Visit: | Call: 800-509-4702 RIP SOFTWARE Freehand introduces AccuRIP Black Pearl SE, a special edition of AccuRIP Black Pearl developed through a partnership with Epson America. It is cross-platform software designed to work with Epson SC-P800 and SC-T-3270 printers and is bundled in a screen print edition package offered exclusively through select Epson authorized resellers. According to company literature, it features automatic printer detection and connection, fast and easy connection to WiFi, auto wizard setup, and dialed-in resolution and single-droplet weight specific to the model. Visit: | Call: 631-744-4330 INK DEGRADER Ryonet introduces the new Sgreen Ink Degrader, which the company reports as an eco-friendly way to wash out screens. Made of all-natural, soy-based components, the degrader allows users to remove difficult apparel and graphic screen-printing inks during the washout process without affect- ing the emulsion. It contains no volatile organic compounds, can be used in a recirculation system, is designed to dissolve plastisol ink without using chemicals, and reportedly smells pleasant. Visit: | Call: 800-314-3690 CHILDREN'S STABILIZER USA Embroidery Supply offers EMB 200, a stabilizer designed specifically for use with infant and chil- dren's clothing. It is made of soft, melt-blown 100 percent polypropylene and is reportedly designed to be comfortable against their skin. The stabilizer is embossed with perforated holes for multidirectional stability and is inherently fire-retardant. It is also washable and can be dry cleaned once the excess is torn away. Excess material may also disappear in the dryer or during dry cleaning. It is available in a 1.8-oz. weight and will support low stitch counts on fabrics such as jersey, interlock, 100 percent cotton, or cotton/polyester blends. It comes in a 59" width in a 100-yard roll or 8" X 8" pre-cut squares. Visit: | Call: 888-518-6522

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