Printwear

July '12

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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In Their Own Words… The Word on Wide Format (Images courtesy Vapor Apparel) in the Decorated Apparel Business" to a few industry leaders. Here's what they had to say… P rintwear posed the question "Where Does Wide Format Fit "Prints are getting bigger and, as a result, carriage width limitations can prevent shops from getting busi- ness. Large format equipment allows users to do larger printing. If you're relegated to an eight-and-a-half-by- eleven output or an eight-and-a-half-by- seventeen, there's a lot of shirt designs you can't do. Large format affords larger prints, all-over garment printing and cut- and-sew printing. " — CHRIS BERNAT, VAPOR APPAREL apparel industry; not only in the custom imprinting of designs on polyester performance garments, but in the all-over printing market. Wide format sub- limation allows operators to produce full bleed all over prints onto garments, fully encapsulating the entire garment in rich, high-resolution, full-process color. "Wide format sublimation is very strong in the decorated " — AARON KNIGHT, GEO KNIGHT 92 | PRINTWEAR JULY 2012

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