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April '21

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5 2 S U B L I M A T I O N R E P O R T 2 0 2 1 G R A P H I C S - P R O. C O M finding innovative ways to expand on this technology. The cut-and-sew process can integrate with new business models like eCom- merce or web-to-print. "Sublimation is a fast process and it's a green process," Gamba elaborates. The turnaround time ensures the possibility to take orders, per- sonalize the printouts, cut-and-sew the sizes that you need, and deliver to your customers within a short window. By adding sublimation to the mix of your business, you can create a comple- mentary line of imprinted products like banners, uniforms, T-shirts, and more to serve a variety of markets within your community and beyond. SR Julia Schroeder is a freelance writer based in Chi- cago, Illinois. Previously, she held the position of digital content editor for A&E magazine. She can be reached at hello@juliawritesforyou.com. With cut-and-sew, you can create a complementary line of imprint- ed products like banners, uni- forms, T-shirts, and more to serve a variety of markets within your community and beyond. (Images courtesy Roland DGA) S U B L I M AT I O N R E P O R T 2 0 2 1

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