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That Old Heat Printing Magic is Alive and Well

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After returning from the SGIA Expo in Orlando, we’ve had some time to review show reports and get feedback from everyone who attended on behalf of Stahls’. Including my wife Mary, who brought up a very interesting point. Now considering that Mary hasn’t been to an industry trade show in 30 years, her point that […]

Stahls’ Partners with Epson To Market SureColor F2000 DTG Printers

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As some of you may have already heard, it’s been announced that Stahls’ is partnering with Epson to market the new SureColor F2000  DTG Printer in North America. We want everyone to understand the significance and importance of choosing to partner with Epson for their DTG technology. Almost ten years ago, our board of directors […]

See You At SGIA

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Next week we have a large crew headed to participate at the Specialty Graphics Imaging Association (SGIA) EXPO 2013 in Orlando.  Our  trade show teams have been hard at work to make sure all our visitors have an Extraordinary Customer Experience. That includes the chance to heat print your own t-shirt, watch live how-to presentations […]

Heat Printing Education Schedule at SGIA

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We hope you’re able to join us at the upcoming SGIA (Specialty Graphics Imaging Association) Expo in Orlando at the Orange County Convention Center from October 23-25th. In addition to a complete schedule of heat printing educational sessions right in the booth, you can also heat print your very own T-shirt in the Stahls’ T-Shirt Shoppe. You’ll […]

Strong Turnout at ISS in Texas

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Excellent turnout at the Dallas/Fort Worth Imprinted Sportswear Show this past weekend, according to Carleen Gray and Brian McLeod. We experienced record sales once again, with customers especially excited about Rip Away Applique and Hotronix Cap Presses. The popularity of heat printing in the sports-crazy state of Texas continues to grow.  Thanks to everyone who stopped […]