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Johnson Plastics Plus Highlights Heat Transfers, Wedding Gifts, and Sublimation in February Webinars

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Johnson Plastics Plus (JPP)—a provider of engraving, sublimation, heat transfer, and UV-LED products—announces its February webinar lineup, including heat transfer and sublimation topics.

Heat Transfer Paper + Demo
Feb. 4, at 2 p.m. ET 

Heat transfer printers allow for personalizing a wide range of items with full-color graphics, including shirts, other garments, and hard substrates like wood and metal.

In this session, host Karli Parsell takes attendees through the different types of paper available and shows how easy it is to use transfers for a custom shirt and a custom sign.

Choosing the right paper for a project is critical for a successful transfer. Parsell offers a live demo of custom design printing on some of her favorite substrates and walks through the different substrates available for printing full-color graphics.

Register here.

Wedding Gifts
Feb. 18, at 2 p.m. ET

Wedding season is around the corner, and JPP wants to highlight the new items for personalization for pending nuptials. Join hosts Jen Dysinger and Mel Kuhlman as they showcase the hottest items for the 2021 wedding season.

See items for sublimation, heat transfer, engraving, and UV-LED printing; and learn how you can grow your businesses by tapping into one of the biggest markets for personalized items.

Register here.

Common Mistakes to Avoid with Sublimation
Feb. 23, at 2 p.m. ET 

From full-color photos to company logos, there’s a sublimation product for every customer and budget. If you’re just getting started with sublimation, there are a few pitfalls that can hamper your results.

Join Karli Parsell and Steve Stallard as they talk about some of the most common sublimation errors and best practices for producing consistent, high-quality results.

Register here.

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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