How to Pad Print - New Instructional Video on Pad Printing from Inkcups Now Corp
Download the instructional video about How to Pad Print from Inkcups Now, leading supplier to promotional product and garment tag printing industry.
- (1888PressRelease) June 18, 2011 - Danvers, MA -- Inkcups Now Corporation (ICN) has created a comprehensive instructional video on How to Pad Print, detailing the major steps and techniques of the pad printing process. Inkcups Now is a major manufacturer of equipment and supplies for the promotional product and garment tag printing industry. The surge in garment tag printing created a sharp need in instruction for the newcomers to the pad printing industry - and ICN is proud to offer a solid training video on how to pad print.
Download the complete 8 part Pad Print Training Video (please fill out a short form and you will be directed to the download links): http://www.inkcups.com/landing/content-request/pad-printing-training-video/
Existing Inkcups Now customers are welcome to request a DVD by contacting ICN headquarters: http://www.inkcups.com/contact-us/
Recently, there has been a sharp increase in demand for pad printing machines, largely due to the garment industry's swing to printing of garment tags instead of sewing them in or using heat transfer labels. Tag printing is becoming the go-to method to apply care labels for many major garment corporations because pad printed care labels are faster and more cost-effective to make than the alternatives as well as comfortable to wear. More information about the Garment Tag Printing: http://www.inkcups.com/equipment/tagless-printing/Default.aspx
Pad printing can be a complicated process; the instructional video is an excellent companion to have with the machine. The How to Pad Print video is loaded with helpful tips to make the pad printing experience as problem free as possible. It encompasses the complete pad printing process from basic machine set up to ink mixing to ink cup removal and cleaning. The pad print training video is broken down into eight short, informative parts. The viewer can easily navigate through the DVD as the ability to skip to a particular part is readily available.