July '12

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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"We live in a Google world where peo- " ple want the answer instantly and that's why digital sublimation is doing so well; it fits in with the Google mentality. — DAVID GROSS, CONDÉ SYSTEMS "While the barrier to entry in small-format dye sublimation is far easier to overcome, the on-going cost of operation and limited production capability can become a bigger ob- stacle than the expense of costlier equipment. In many cases, the savings larger-format production provides can easily fund the acquisition of larger equipment in a matter of a few short months. " — ROBERT EVERSOLE, AXIOM format sublimation is making greater inroads into traditional signage and décor applica- tions as the technology improves. Sublimated textiles are far easier to work with, transport and recycle than some of the more traditional sign and décor substrates. In tandem with the improving technology is an improving economy that is looking for unique and improved output. As a result, sublimation has become one of the technolo- gies to watch "In addition to decorated apparel, wide- " — DAVID HAWKES, ROLAND Expand your product offerings by producing full-color, photo-quality gifts and awards! Condé specializes in: ê Dye-sub Transfer ê Heat Transfer ê ChromaBlast ê Photo Balloons Condé offers everything needed to get into the personalized photo gift business including systems, software, imprintable products, transfer paper and supplies, and instructional videos. Find out how creating photo gifts and awards can help your business be more profitable. Call today! )800-826-6332 Use INFO # 92 2012 JULY PRINTWEAR | 93

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