STAHLS’ Announces October 2019 ‘Workshop Weekend’ Event
Tap into the many lucrative markets you can serve with a heat press, but first learn how to use one effectively and efficiently in “Heat Press 101” presented by STAHLS’ from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. on Saturday, October 19.
Workshop Weekend will teach you all the tips and tricks you’ll need to maximize your heat press investment, and you’ll have a chance to interact with peers who also can further your knowledge and help you avoid some of the common mistakes of beginners.
You will learn about the wide range of products that can be decorated with a heat press as well as the many specialty platens and accessories available to decorate even hard-to-print items. Find out which heat transfer products are best for each type of fabric to avoid misprints and ensure professional results.
For times when you get a bigger job, you’ll receive instructions on how to determine the most profitable, efficient heat printing method of decorating so you do not spend your entire weekend heat pressing the same order. And get the scoop on how to achieve the same look as screen printing and print full-color graphics using your heat press.
Sessions are available at the Arizona, California, Florida, Michigan, Ohio, and Pennsylvania and Texas showrooms and training facilities. The cost is $39.95 per person for each class, and lunch is included.
Check below for locations and contact information and go to http://bit.ly/stahls-workshops for more details. Reserve your place early; seating is limited.
Here’s a list to find the STAHLS’ location nearest you:
6900 W. Morelos Place
Chandler, AZ 85226
160 Vander, Unit C
Corona, CA 92880
949 Beville Road
Building D, unit 3-4
South Daytona, FL 32119
6353 14 Mile Road
Sterling Heights, MI 48312
135 Wayland Smith Drive
Uniontown, PA 15401
3680 W. Royal Lane, Suite 115
Irving, TX 75063
STAHLS’ Transfer Express
7650 Tyler Boulevard
Mentor, OH 44060
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