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Johnson Plastics Plus Announces April Webinar Schedule

April brings topics on Mother's Day, heat transfer printing, and graphic design

Johnson Plastics Plus webinar

Johnson Plastics Plus—a provider of engraving, sublimation, heat transfer, and UV-LED products—announces its webinar lineup for April, including topics covering Mother’s Day, heat transfer equipment, and graphic design. Each session takes place at 2 p.m ET.

Register for these webinars at jpplus.com/webinars.

Gifts for Mother’s Day  – Consumable
April 8 

Discover ways to celebrate Mom with the hottest customizable items for Mother’s Day. There are products for every customer and budget, from traditional gifts like bags and totes to smartwatch bands and tablet cases.

Hosts Stacey and Courtney will showcase gift ideas for sublimation, heat transfer, engraving, UV-LED, and vinyl. They’ll take questions about the products live and show each item in detail.

Intro to Heat Transfer – Equipment
April 22

Heat transfer printing is one way to expand into full-color personalization. From creating custom T-shirts and garments to transferring to hard surface items, heat transfer can fill gaps in your service offerings, like imprinting with white on dark garments.

Join Karli as she explains heat transfer printing and tips for adding this process to your business.  The session features a demo of how the process works for both a one-step (hard surface) and two-step (soft good) transfer.

Get Designing with iColor Books – Equipment
April 27

Coming up with creative designs and graphics for heat transfer printing can be a challenge. Join Steve and Grace as they show you the UniNet iColor Stock Art Books. The modern designs are made specifically with toner-based heat transfer printers in mind. Hosts will demonstrate how to edit the images, import the edited file directly into your RIP software, and show you a finished sample.

Alexandria Bruce

Alexandria Bruce is the editor of the GRAPHICS PRO Daily, covering news and guidance in apparel decoration, awards and engraving, and sign and digital printing.

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