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Wednesday, April 20 • 10:15am - 11:25am
Breaking Into Heat Transfer: More than Just T-Shirts

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Using your Roland inkjet to produce garments is easier than most people think. In this training session from apparel decoration expert, Rob Keuneke, explore exciting heat transfer opportunities and receive a complete overview of the equipment needed, the workflow involved, and the many profitable decorated apparel items you can offer your customers. You will also learn how to select the right media for different garments, how to set up your jobs for success, what the operational costs are and how much to charge for each type of job. Bring your questions and challenges and put them to the test during the hands-on class.

Topics covered:
  • How it works
  • Apparel decoration on various materials and substrates. 
  • How to pick the right media for the substrate
  • How to decorate on “odd” locations
  • Fresh new transfer ideas with chairs, totes, cooler bags, laptop bags, visors, etc.
  • Create samples with a "Small Business Pride Pack" 

 


Speakers
avatar for Rob Keuneke

Rob Keuneke

IT/Digital Manager, Mind's Eye Graphics, Inc.
Rob is based out of Decatur, IN and has 20 plus years in the garment decoration business.  In his current role, he has the responsibility to implement new decoration methods into the Mind’s Eye decoration “tool box”.  He has attended the Roland Imagination and Stahl’s advanced VersaCamm classes with the specific goal of understanding and implementing color control throughout the digital decoration process.



Wednesday April 20, 2016 10:15am - 11:25am
Room 2