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Printed flip-flops

Started this discussion. Last reply by Evelyn Warner on Thursday. 7 Replies

A women's gynecological cancer foundation that we have assisted in the past, is looking to get flip-flops printed with one of their designs (see attachment). The foundation asked if we knew anyone…Continue

Print & Cut vs Cut & Print

Started this discussion. Last reply by Dennis Dunning Nov 14, 2016. 2 Replies

In VersaWorks, the Operation Mode options are:Print & Cut, Print Only and Cut Only. Cutting first and then printing is the recommended sequence for Opaque Solutions to provide a cleaner cut. I've…Continue

Removing etched galss vinyl

Started this discussion. Last reply by Butch Nov 6, 2016. 5 Replies

Suggestions on the most effective way to remove etched glass vinyl that was applied to a glass door many years ago?Continue

Laminators are wonderful

Started Apr 18, 2016 0 Replies

Just got done making 30 double-sided coroplast signs. Applying DPF 4570 GTX with our laminator was relatively fast and easy and it did so with few bubbles. This is another instance where I feel…Continue

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Evelyn Warner replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"Where in FL?  Lets go MK!!"
Thursday
Dennis Dunning replied to Michael Gregoire's discussion Corel Graphics Suite 2017, versaworks
"CorelDRAW 2017 has been working almost flawlessly on our PC with Windows 7 and our PC with Windows 10. Occasionally we get a crash; but, we have experienced that in the past with earlier versions of CorelDRAW. We have had no issues using CorelDRAW…"
Thursday
CYW replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"lol lol good decision, the pressing probably wouldn’t be a deal breaker but getting those straps pushed into the 450 holes is something you might want to avoid at all costs. They even sell a ‘special’ tool, to make the nightmare a…"
Jan 10
Dennis Dunning replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"Di - It seems like ages. All is well with Vicki and me. How are you? I really like the look of your sublimated  flip-flops. How come you sold the printer? Our client is looking for 150 pairs of flip-flops. That is more than Vicki and I want to…"
Jan 10
CYW replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"thanks Irv, I’ll remember that offer and won’t hesitate to take you up on it in the future. I turned down a mug order the other day but mainly because of the shipping issues. Flip-flops, lighter weight and unbreakable stuff would be a…"
Jan 10
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"Great Idea, Di - If you want to source the flops, I can sell you the transfers or there is of course some other distributor out there and you have the press."
Jan 10
CYW replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"Exactly what Irv said, before I sold my sublimation printer a few months ago, I used to do quite a few.....the problem is the blanks aren’t cheap. But if you don’t need to do boatloads, Dennis, it may be a viable alternate. Finding…"
Jan 10
irving donaldson replied to Dennis Dunning's discussion Printed flip-flops
"Did they give you a quantity they were looking for? I sublimate those, but even the blanks are costly!"
Jan 10
Dennis Dunning posted a discussion

Printed flip-flops

A women's gynecological cancer foundation that we have assisted in the past, is looking to get flip-flops printed with one of their designs (see attachment). The foundation asked if we knew anyone who could help them. Do any of you know of a reliable source for printed flip-flops?The foundation offers support for women who have been diagnosed with ovarian cancer and also tirelessly provides information about ovarian cancer to anyone who will listen.…See More
Jan 10
Dennis Dunning replied to Lee Engstrom's discussion Brick Wall - Arlon dpf 8000
"A laminate makes the Arlon 8000 easier to handle and work with, especially if you are going to be applying large graphics. We printed a large graphic on Arlon 8000, applied a laminate, and installed it on a textured rubbery surface at an indoor…"
Dec 1, 2017
Dennis Dunning replied to Terry Hughes's discussion Cutting Opaque print and cut
"I often follow Irv's advice to cut, return to the origin and then print. This makes me wonder once again why VersaWorks doesn't have a Cut and Print option similar to the Print and Cut option."
Nov 15, 2017
Dennis Dunning replied to David Docuyanan's discussion problem printing stickers
"You used the words "stickers" and "decals". A very wise man once told me that referring to something as a sticker makes it sound cheap and that a better descriptor is decal."
Nov 14, 2017
Brennan P liked Dennis Dunning's discussion Partial cut line
Nov 3, 2017
Dennis Dunning replied to Ken Wagner's discussion Cutting Blades...The Difference?
"When I am not getting a clean tear, I often find that it is due to a dull blade. It is hard to see a dull point on a blade unless you can magnify the image. I examine blades with a binocular microscope at 30X magnification. Sometimes I amazed at how…"
Oct 23, 2017

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Poughquag, NY
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Embroidery
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Partner
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Type of Printer/Cutter if owned:
VersaCamm SP 540i
Type of Heat Press if owned:
Hotronix Fusion

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Thank you to Steven Jackson

Posted on November 16, 2011 at 8:44pm 1 Comment

This is a public thank you to Steven Jackson for teaching me something new about color management in VersaWorks today.

Visual perception of white

Posted on November 14, 2011 at 8:40am 11 Comments

I wanted to share something that I never noticed before about the color white printed using RVW-BK01A (a Roland VersaWorks white) on our SP-540i (a CMYK machine).  I had a design with white in it that I printed it on Quick Print.  I printed some of white using RVW-BK01A and other parts without it, in other words, I let the Quick Print be the white color.  The RVW-BK01A white printed with a little black ink in it and, much to my surprise, it looked whiter than the white of the Quick Print,…

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Glue line

Posted on September 14, 2011 at 12:53pm 2 Comments

During a car wrap workshop in May, Steven Jackson explained that calendered vinyl is more prone to shrinking than cast vinyl and that shrinking can produce a glue line, also known in the vernacular, as a snot line.  How bad could it be I asked Steven with some trepidation?  He said it depended, among other things, on the size and age of the material.  As luck would have it, we recently installed a sign on on a store-front window next to a round vinyl sign that was about 3 1/2 feet in diameter… Continue

Banner fade after 1 year

Posted on September 10, 2011 at 8:23am 6 Comments

There have occasionally been questions about coloring fading in banners.  Attached is a photo of a banner (12' x 4.5') that we installed last September in southeast New York 100_0741.JPG and the same banner a year later… Continue

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At 1:04pm on April 11, 2010, Steven Jackson said…
Dennis,
You beat me!

Welcome to MyVersacamm! I hope that you find some useful information in one of our forums or on one of the blogs. Please let me know if there are any questions that I can help answer for you.

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At 7:41pm on April 10, 2010, Vicki Dunning said…
Hey Dr. D. Welcome to MyVersacamm! (Did I beat Steven?)
 
 
 

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