October '14

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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20 1 4 O ctO b e r Printwear | 103 imaging and exposure system M&r introduces the i-Image Ste II to its line of direct-to-screen digital imaging-and-exposure systems. this unit combines imaging and exposure in one machine to reduce the time and effort required to prepare images for screen printing, according to the company. the i-Image Ste II also features a secondary UV-LeD light source to accelerate the exposure of dual-cure and other slow-exposing emulsions. the high density provides quick exposures and uniform coverage. Visit: | Call: 800-736-6431 embroidery tweezers rNK Distributing adds Precision-Angle tweezers to its Floriani offerings. An ultra-fine point allows for precise thread and stabilizer picking and also makes it a compatible tool for picking up em- bellishments. the tip of the tweezers can also lift the bobbin out of the bobbin case and extricate hard-to-reach threads caught in the machine take-up lever. Visit: | Call: 865-549-5115 Dye-sublimation printer the Mutoh ValueJet 1638WX is suitable for everyday sublimation printing for creation of flags, banners, custom interior designs, apparel, and sports uniforms. this printer features a rear media-feed lever for easy material handling, a take-up system, and an easy-to-navigate control panel. Visit: | Call: 800-996-8864 Cheerleading heat transfers the Wild Side offers a variety of designs in a range of processes, including plastisol, puff inks, and rhinestones for the cheerleading market. these heat-applied graphics adhere to any color of shirt made of 100 percent cotton, 100 percent polyester, and 50/50 blends. Puff designs also adhere to nylon, all with substantial washability. Visit: | Call: 800-421-3130 ink for nylon International coatings' 900 Series is suitable for printing on hard-to-print surfaces, such as nylon and polyester bags and accessories. Nylon jackets, umbrellas, and backpacks are compatible with the 900 Series inks along with the 900 catalyst. Polyester or nonwoven bags are printable by adding a low-cure additive to the ink. the ink is as simple to use as conventional plastisol and re- sults in a durable print. Visit: | Call: 562-926-1010

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