March '20

For the Business of Apparel Decorating

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5 8 P R I N T W E A R M A R C H 2 0 2 0 5 8 P R I N T W E A R M A R C H 2 0 2 0 THELATEST For more on the suppliers featured in this section, please see website and phone information following each product. CUSTOM BAG TAGS Embroidery Graphix's leather bag tags are cus- tomizable with detailed embroidery. They're ideal for larger families, sports teams, sales teams, and camp groups. 214-273-1789 HEAT PRESS The 288 Manual Swing Away heat press machine from Insta Graphic Systems features 20" X 25" platens. According to the company, the oversized platens and evenly-distributed temperature and pressure are ideal for the sublimation market. 562-404-3000 LOW TEMP TRANSFERS Dowling Graphics' Polyplasti transfers have a low pressing temperature of 325 degrees F at 50 PSI for 7-8 seconds. It's ideal for 100% polyester gar- ments and inside garment labels. It peels hot. 800-749-6933 MANAGEMENT SOFTWARE DecoNetwork releases version 8.5 of its software, with new features, performance enhancements, and productivity improvements. These updates include weekly and monthly calendar views, Ship- Station integration, Quote Mode, and Faceted Search to filter by price, color, and brand. Users can utilize Website Builder to create a mobile- friendly website integrated with supplier products, price table, and an online designer. 855-332-6638 15-NEEDLE EMBROIDERY MACHINE TEXMAC Direct introduces the HCU-1501 heavy-duty 15-needle embroidery machine to the U.S. market. Produced by HappyJapan, HCU-1501 debuts as the company's flagship single-head. It features a sewing field of 23.5" X 15.7", a 1500rpm max sewing speed, a high-mounted X-carriage, presser foot system with automatic detection, digitally-adjustable tension, touchscreen interface, 40 million stitch design memory, onboard lettering, editing capability, USB and network ports, and con- nection and networking software. 877-335-5206

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