Bags come in many different shapes and styles. Bags present the perfect opportunity to grow sales. Begin to understand how to print various types of bags by watching the videos below.
There are a ton of different types of bags in the promotional marketplace including felt bags, cinch sacks, and duffle bags, and for every bag, there's a transfer to go with it. In this video, Stahls' TV educator Andy Curtiss of Transfer Express walks us through which transfer to pair with each bag.
Need an idea for a business give-a-way or award? Heat printing a logo onto a luggage bag makes for a quick and easy option. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth demonstrates how to heat print onto a luggage.
Promotional golf bags are a great give away, prize or gift. STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how to print high profit golf bags in your business.
When heat pressing a laptop bag, you'll find uneven pressure areas due to seams, zippers, buckles, and pockets. Stahls' TV Presenter, Courtney Kubitza demonstrates how to create even heat distribution when pressing with the Stahls' Hotronix® Fusion heat press by using different heat printing accessories such as heat printing pillow, interchangeable platen, or print perfect pad.
When heat printing onto a tote bag, seams or pockets can create an uneven print surface and prohibit transfers from applying accurately. Stahls' TV Presenter, Courtney Kubitza shows you how to heat press using different accessories like a heat printing pillow or interchangeable platen can give you even heat distribution for flawless results.
Increasing revenue on a t-shirt, jersey, or polo sale can be done easily just by adding a bag. Stahls' TV Presenter John Loucks demonstrates how to heat press different types of bags including totes, cinch bags, and duffle bags for generating more revenue to your business.
When heat printing designs to nylon, it's important to choose the right material and tools for the job. Stahls' TV Presenter, Courtney Kubitza gives you tips on how to heat press a reflective heat transfer vinyl to the front and back of a nylon cinch bag.