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SGIA's Dye Sublimation Workshop Educates Veterans & Newcomers Alike

Friday, June 08, 2012

Press release from the issuing company

The popular “Dye Sublimation: Basic to Advanced” Workshop returned to SGIA’s state-of-the-art, northern Virginia laboratory last month (May 22–24), offering attendees an ideal opportunity to learn about one of the hottest trends in specialty imaging.

Led by industry experts — Syd Northup, of Gans Ink and Supply Co., and John Barker, of Johnson Plastics’ — specialty imaging veterans and newcomers alike benefitted from the broad instruction covering topics such as: How to get great color from dye sublimation, creating a new profit center and troubleshooting techniques to enhance production efficiency.

“I’m a startup, so I really came looking for a little bit of everything, and this Workshop was Basic to Advanced,” said Tyler Stone, founder of the Charleston, South Carolina-based Custom Country, LLC. “It really fit the mold, offering beneficial, broad-based knowledge. I really valued the personal interactions, and being able to ask questions of people who have been out in the world for a while, doing what I do.”

Missed the Workshop? Get hands-on dye sublimation experience at the 2012 SGIA Expo (Las Vegas, October 18–20). Hundreds of leading manufacturers will showcase the latest technologies and techniques, and experts in the sales-free Digital Apparel Production Zone will demonstrate how to incorporate dye sublimation into your business.

Look out for your next opportunity to take advantage of this, and other, valuable SGIA educational opportunities, at SGIA.org, Keyword: Events.


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