April '17

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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WHETHER EQUIPMENT, SUPPLIES OR RESOURCES, KOLORMATRIX HAS IT COVERED Paid Advertorial COVERING THE SPECTRUM FOR APPAREL DECORATORS From screen-printing equipment to ink to heat transfer supplies, KolorMatrix Screen Print Superstore offers nearly everything an apparel decorator needs from well- known brands. The Atlanta, Ga.-based company reports it was the No. 1 dealer in the Southeastern U.S. for Anatol, Blackline and Vastex for 2016. The KolorMatrix facility features 7,000 square feet of equipment showrooms with more than 60 models on display. The KolorMatrix offering includes new equipment that ranges from automatic screen-printing presses, to flash-cure units, heat presses and vinyl cutters. Used equipment is also on tap for shop owners who need a piece of equipment to complete their setup or get started without paying for a brand-new machine. RELIABLE SERVICE AND REPAIR KolorMatrix hasn't earned its reputation and status among the Southeast's top printwear businesses without making its customers and their business a priority. The versatile superstore not only boasts a broad lineup of supplies, but also delivers parts and service for a wide range of products, ensuring its customers keep the presses rolling. The company services a variety of equipment, including exposure units, automatic presses and dryers. Through its film-output and photo screen services, frame re-stretching and color-matching resources, Kolormatrix serves as a universal stop for any apparel decorator. INTENSIVE, HANDS-ON TRAINING In addition to its diverse product lineup and extensive support, the KolorMatrix Training Center serves as a resource for apparel decorators of all skill levels, featuring hands-on classes that consistently sell out, according to KolorMatrix's Brian Toney. The courses go beyond the standard, crowded seminar rooms to provide intensive learning workshops that ensure each attendee expands their skills, regardless of previous experience. "I took a three-day class and it was worth every penny," KolorMatrix trainee and Georgia-based screen printer Chris Brooks says. "Even after doing (screen printing) for a little while, I learned a bunch." THE TRAINING CENTER'S FEATURES INCLUDE: • Training for any skill level. Course topics range from an introductory look at screen printing, to printing dark shirts and applying heat transfers, just to name a few. • Get your hands dirty. Course attendees spend more than 80 percent of the class time learning-by-doing, applying new skills with their own hands. • Require specific training? No problem. For a more comprehensive experience, KolorMatrix provides private VIP and onsite courses. For more information about KolorMatrix services, products or upcoming training sessions, call 800-935-2121, or visit Kolormatrix training center attendees get their hands dirty, applying the center's learn-by-doing approach.

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