Printwear

October '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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2 0 1 6 O C T O B E R P R I N T W E A R || 21 smash roller/Teflon" screen in the first head to lay down any unwanted seams and fibers. This almost acts as a pre-iron and provides a smoother finish. Setup was a breeze and took only a few minutes with the pre-registration system. Both im- ages were in registration, and we creatively taped the center chest on the top of the screens, so after we finished with the left-chest design, we could pull the tape from the top and move to the center location. The women's V-neck garments were a bit of a challenging load, so we used our laser system to line up the logo on the shirts perfectly. Annette and all the great people at CFLC doing great work absolutely loved the shirts. Top: The first print head used a Teflon screen to lay down unwanted seams and fibers and provide a smoother finish. Above: The women's garments were on V-necks, so a laser system was used to line up the logo on the shirts. M&R SALES AND SERVICE, INC. 800-736-6431 · 630-858-6101 For more information, go to MRPRINT.COM /S Meet the NEW ADDITION to our popular and versatile line of computer-to-screen (CTS) imaging systems. Not only is M&R's new i-Image S exceptionally affordable, it features the same software, printhead, output quality, image area, and screen size as the groundbreaking i-Image ST-36-1. • Unprecedented affordability • Compact footprint • Up to 100 screens per shift • 20" x 26" Image Area • 26" x 36" Screen Size Let us show you how i-Image S can revolutionize your screen room Meet the NEW ADDITION Image ™ S Computer-to-Screen Imaging System New Kid in Town information, go to

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