Awards & Engraving

2012 Sublimation Report

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The pop-up window for each function gives directions. The Nozzle Check window shows exactly what you should be looking for when the transfer comes off. secure the transfer. When you pull the heat press cover up, immediately pull off your transfer. Since your product will be very hot, be sure to wear heat-resistant gloves. Instead of starting at a corner to pull the transfer off, rip the transfer in the top middle and slowly pull the transfer pieces away from each other. This will create a wing effect with the transfer paper, and you can then lay down the freshly pressed piece to cool. offers tip sheets, and many distributors offer videos, tips sheets and forums to easily find assistance. When you need further help, don't hesitate to call your distributor representative. They are there to help you and your business grow. SR Jennifer Foy has over 12-years' experience using Adobe Photoshop. She has received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Communications from the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sara- sota, Florida. Her years of teaching experience include numerous software and design classes in Adobe Illustrator, Photoshop, QuarkXPress, Freehand and InDe- sign for Colleges in Atlanta, Georgia; and Louisville, Kentucky. While currently fin- ishing an Independent Study Master's Degree program from Syracuse University in Adver- tising & Design, Jennifer is working as the creative director for Unisub Color Product Solutions. Jennifer can be reached by email at FOREVER Subli-Dark patented process allows you to do this! Dealer FOREVER Subli-Dark Paper from Digital Heat FX. NOW you can sublimate on 100% Cotton - Light and DARK Garments. Opportunities Available Use INFO # 605 Visit our website to order online or call us toll-free 855-348-4839. 23

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