Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast from July 26th, 2013, so you can get more details on some of the items we discussed. This program discussed how to be a new manager in production and beyond. It came from an article Terry wrote years ago in Screen Printing Magazine. The revised blog post will be found on this page.
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast from July 19th, 2013, so you can get more details on some of the items we discussed. This is the first of our programs dedicated to the decorating niche markets. This industry is made up of thousands of niches. We will bring you new niches once a month.
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast from July 12th, 2013, so you can get more details on some of the items we discussed. We shared details about some Heat Press Options and we are the first to announce a new resource for the industry with our guest Johnny Killebrew. Continue reading
With multiple heat press manufactures and multiple options from each, you have hundreds of different options/choices to make when choosing a heat press that is right for your business. In this article we will explore 4 of the main characteristic differences that you need to be aware of so you can figure out which press is going to be best for your business. These differences do not necessarily make one type better than the other, but understanding the pros and cons of each will allow you to identify the variables that will make one right for you over another. Continue reading
Please find some links and notes from the 2 Regular Guys Podcast from June 21st, 2013, so you can get more details on some of the items we discussed. Thanks to Erich Campbell of Black Duck, Fred Foster and Johnny of KillerGraphics for your interaction in the chat room on the live show! Continue reading
Direct to garment printing has come a long way since it first hit our industry as a decorating method that is here to stay back in 2004. There have been many highs and lows and today you have a lot of choices all of which fit certain business models. The down side is the relatively high investment cost of the equipment at first which means you must have a market in place to quick realize any return on investment. So how do you get into that market and not run your self out of business first? Heat Transfers is the answer Continue reading