Awards & Engraving

February '18

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A&E FEBRUARY 2018 • 33 of inks and t y p i c a l l y t h e heat can run up to 400 F. The technology is not only used for flat surfaces but may also be used to adorn curved surfaces. Curved glass, acrylic, and ceramics may be used to create unique signage in this way. Sublimation printing and heat transfer- ring is a great option for a small awards shop due to the fact that small-format plaques and signage usually require only a small desktop printer and small footprint heat press. For those interested in incorporating small- or large-format signage into their awards shop, it's easy to do with just these few additional tools. Chris Howard, MM has been working in Mar- keting and Product Devel- opment for 15 years in the fashion watch, handbag and education industries and most recently was hired on as the Marketing Coordinator at Gyford StandOff Systems. Howard holds a Masters of Management degree as well as certificates in Marketing and Visual Com- munication, combining his project manage- ment and continuous improvement knowledge with consumer decision-making models to create meaningful and timeless products and campaigns. His daily duties include creating installations with prototype mounting hard- ware solutions and managing the social media and advertising for Gyford StandOff Systems. IMAGE COURTESY CHRIS HOWARD A&E VISIT stando CALL 775.829.7272 Stando s Made in the U.S.A. aande-magazine-halfpg-4.625x7.375-180201.indd 1 12/11/17 11:22 AM

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