Sleeves are an overlooked application area that can improve bottom line profit and enhance customer branding. Watch these videos for tips on how to heat print sleeves.
For apparel decorators, the most common areas for printing are full front, full back and left chest. There is another option: taking the design to the arm. Stahls' TV educator, Courtney Kubitza, will show three options that do just that, taking your designs to the next level. For every placement you can add to your garment you add a different look and an additional profit opportunity.
Adding print placements to sleeves on an already profitable garment can help increase sales for your business. Stahls' TV Presenter, Chad Pool shows you how easy it is to print sleeves using a Epson Direct to Garment printer.
Decorating a polo or dress shirt typically involves applying a left-chest logo, but have you ever considered other application areas such as shirt cuff? STAHLS' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth demonstrates how you can generate more profit by applying a shirt cuff logo.
Adding print placements to sleeves or legs on an already sold garment can help increase sales for your business. Stahls' TV Presenter, Josh Ellsworth shows you how easy it is to print sleeves and legs using either the Stahls' Hotronix® Fusion or Air Fusion heat press.
Adding more personalization areas on your garments like sleeve prints can increase revenue for your business. Stahls' TV Presenter, John Loucks shows you how to make designs seen on garments at different angles using a sleeve platen with a heat press.