Printwear

October '16

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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36 || P R I N T W E A R O C T O B E R 2 0 1 6 PRESSING MATTERS Screen-printed transfers are often printed with a grid on the back. If utilizing one design on a full sheet, consider spacing the transfer the proper distance down from the paper's edge during the design process. This will make alignment and application fast and easy during the rapid pace of event printing. This gang sheet shows how an apparel brand used the royal blue and black colorway across five different designs in the cost of one transfer. Also included are tagless labels in the extra space. Screen-printed transfers are often printed with a grid on the back. If utilizing one design on a full sheet, consider spacing the transfer the proper distance down from design on a full sheet, consider spacing the transfer the proper distance down from the paper's edge during the design process. This will make alignment and application fast and easy during the rapid pace of event printing. This gang sheet shows how an apparel brand used the royal blue and black colorway across five different designs in the cost of one transfer. Also included are tagless labels Screen-printed transfers are often printed with a grid on the back. If utilizing one design on a full sheet, consider spacing the transfer the proper distance down from design on a full sheet, consider spacing the transfer the proper distance down from This gang sheet shows how an apparel brand used the royal blue and black colorway across five different designs in the cost of one transfer. Also included are tagless labels

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