Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. On this week’s show, we’ll be talking heat transfer vinyl with the folks from Heat Transfer Warehouse. Thinking about adding vinyl to your product line, or wondering what will be hot in 2018? Tune in this Friday!
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. The guys welcome to the show for the first time, a true industry pioneer and leader of the 85 year old GroupeStahl organization, Ted Stahl. Ted is going to share with us his take on the latest innovations and trends in the garment decorating industry, as well as tell us about some amazing new things his company is bringing to market. We will talk Dye Migrations, Heat Press technology and his take on where the industry is heading. Don’t miss this conversation.
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. Terry and Aaron will share with you the pros and cons of each technique and the markets they can serve, plus some expected costs to get started. It will be a tongue-in-cheek battle between Terry, the screen printing and direct-to-garment guy, and Aaron, the sublimation and heat transfer guy. In the end, they will settle their differences and show you how you can bring the tools and technologies together to create multimedia garments as well as understanding where everything fits in our garment decorating world.
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast. There are production concepts that are either dated (a good idea 20 years ago) or just flat out bad advice, but they continue to be passed down and passed along to unsuspecting new decorators. On this week’s program, we’ll be talking about the how’s and why’s… and what you should be doing instead on your production floor!
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Dealing with Heat Transfer Lines – I have heard and seen all sorts of remedies for when your transfer paper on liner causes polyester garments to have a permanent line around the graphics. There is not 1 solutions that works for everyone, but I have 4 ideas you should try. I’ll share one with you here and then direct you to my blog to find out more. Make the paper larger than the heat press as this will illuminate the paper causing the lines. One thing to note, you can still have issues with the edge of the heat press causing lines, but this is normally due to having way too much pressure. For 3 more ideas and a video, check out my Blog.