Impressions - October/November 2011 - (Page 17)

PRODUCT GALLERY >> INTERESTED IN A PARTICULAR PRODUCT? To find out more, see the Info•Action advertisement on p. 71 for information on how to access the suppliers’ products featured here via The new 100 Top-Selling Threads Kit, offered by Floriani Commercial Products, contains the most popular 100 colors from the company in 1,000-meter cones. The kit contains high-sheen, high-tensile strength polyester thread and comes in a storage box. The thread is more colorfast and durable than rayon, and due to a special Floriani coating, it requires less tension to run, resulting in fewer thread breaks and smoother stitching, according to the company. Use Info•Action #253 at infoaction POPULAR POLY THREAD ADHESIVE MEDIA Solvent glossy paper with adhesive (ESM-SGPA), the newest addition to Roland DGA Corp.’s Eco-SOL MAX media line, is multicoated for water resistance and is an alternative to vinyl for decals and mounting. The permanent water-based acrylic adhesive is backed with a siliconetreated liner for easy release and handling. It is available for use with Roland’s VersaStudio BN-20, VersaCAMM, VersaArt and SOLJET. Use Info•Action #254 at impressionsmag. com/infoaction > NEW VINYL COLORS Joto has added 10 colors to its MultiCut Ultra transfer vinyl, including Lilac, Sapphire, Olive Drab, Aqua, Crimson and more. With these additions, the company’s MultiCut Ultra line now includes 43 colors. Use Info•Action #255 at > VERSATILE TRANSFERS Air Waves Inc. introduces ECO TRANS PVC- and phthalate-free heat transfer opaque inks, which can be applied to a broad range of fabrics and colors, and used on both outerwear and athletic wear. The applied decoration is extremely durable, and has low-bleed characteristics and high-stretch properties, according to the company. It has been shown to last more than 50 wash cycles. Use Info•Action #252 at > > > FLEXIBLE FLASH CURE The Red Chili 1418 quartz flash cure system from M&R works with most automatic and manual presses, though it was designed specifically for the company’s Diamondback L automatic textile press. It uses sealed tungsten filament quartz lamps, while “instant-on” lamp technology conserves energy by reverting to standby when the press is idle. The Red Chili’s lamps are divided into three zones, which can be operated independently or in any combination. Use Info•Action #251 at For more information on products, visit the Impressions Product Guide archives at October/November 2011 << Impressions 17

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Impressions - October/November 2011

Impressions - October/November 2011
First Impressions
From the Show Director
Product Gallery
ISS Conference Program 2012: Designed for Success
Laser Etching on Performancewear
On the Move
It Pays to Take Shirt Design Online
The Digital Difference
For Screen Printers Only
Online Directory
Tech Tips
Business to Business
Ad Index

Impressions - October/November 2011