Printwear

2016 D2 Report

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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2016 • THE DIGITAL DIRECT REPORT • 21 with. The ability to print opaque colors on dark and clear sub- strates and add textured images and raised prints has created a new class of high-end plaques and signs. Marking large assemblies and precision instrument panels is now possible using the same UV- LED printer. Short and large runs of thousands of promotional items can be economically produced. The variety of new products that can be created with this technology is, in short, only limited by your creativity. Bill Leek of Houston, Texas has over 33 years of ex- perience in digital decorating system development and graphics design. He has developed several lines of color imprintable products utilizing inkjet, sublimation and color laser transfer technologies. In addition, he has extensive working knowledge of color management and product durability testing and has consulted for many of the in- dustry's leading companies. He may be reached at wfleek@jblgraphics.com. D2 A glass wedding gift printed on both sides. (Image courtesy Roland) mimakiusa.com/TS30 High performance, 54-inch transfer sublimation ideal for small production, on-demand work. Entry Level Dye Sublimation Mimaki_TS30_H_SDG0816.indd 1 7/1/16 8:54 AM

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