GRAPHICS PRO

February '21

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G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M 2 0 2 1 T E A M S A L E S R E P O R T 3 9 DTG now offers its full range of quality, imagery, and efficiency benefits to some of the most popular team apparel and athleisure wear sold today. "Digital printing is an ever-growing business and is key to our business initiatives," says Cindy Olivarez of GEAR for Sports, a division of Hanesbrands Inc. If you're providing sports apparel to a dynamic market that demands instant gratification, customiza- tion, variety, and quality, it should be key to yours, as well. TS Robert Zoch is global content manager with Kornit Digital, a developer of technologies enabling sustainable, on-demand digital imprinting of textiles and textile goods. Previously, he held a number of marketing and editorial roles with software manufacturer NICE Systems and Lexmark International, a provider of business printing and workflow solutions. Robert received his degree from Binghamton University and resides in Connecticut. floor, those dealing with shipping logistics, and your web store and social media sites/how you interact with buyers. Empower customers to create or upload their own designs, commencing a production process that ensures you meet demand precisely and requiring little legwork on your part. In fact, a streamlined, fully digitized operation for on-demand printing uses both workflow software and digital print systems to make the end-to-end pro- cess effortless, fulfilling customer needs quickly, regardless of the product. POLYESTER AND POLY BLENDS With a chemistry that tends toward dye migration when ex- posed to high curing temperatures, polyester has long been a bugaboo for digital. In 2019, however, the first system for in- dustrial-scale DTG printing to polyester, including dark poly and blends, reached the market. While screen printing carries the same limitations for poly as with cotton and other common fabrics, and dye-sublimation is mostly limited to white poly, Custom patches make it easy to create high- end logos for any job. Choose from dimensional or classic embroidered options that bring your customer's brand to life. Premium embroidered patch with flat or dimensional look Customizable with up to 6 color options Large selection of thread and background colors—neon included Pressure sensitive or heat applied LEARN MORE: bit.ly/stahls-emb-patches GP0221 STAHLS.COM | 800.478.2457 ijklmn LOGOS FOR ANOTHER DIMENSION

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