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Thermal Transfer Solutions: Digital Printing Opportunities

February 25, 2002
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Thermal Transfer Solutions will showcase its digital printing opportunities at the DECO 2002 Show in Arlington, Va., February 24-26 at booth number 20. The company will present finished glass that was decorated using output from the Matan Sprinter, a wide-format thermal resin printing system. The system enables users to imitate the look of sandblasted glass by printing an image to a decal. The traditional firing process remains the same, but preparation and setup times associated with traditional screenprinting methods can be reduced.

For more information, call (866) 497-3657, fax (716) 319-1001 or visit http://www.t2-solutions.com.

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