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AnaJet Customer Steps Out with New Print Application


COSTA MESA, Calif.—Decorators using AnaJet SPRINTTM and FP-125 printers can now custom print on multiple pairs of socks. Sockprints (www.sockprints.com), a new web-based business, is providing print-ready blank socks for AnaJet direct-to-substrate printers. Sockprints also offers custom printing services for wholesale and end-user customers. The first products available from Sockprints have been designed with patent-pending sock templates, which are compatible with AnaJet’s 12.5" X 16" print table. The socks are shipped inserted on the templates.

In other company news, AnaJet hosted an open house at its Costa Mesa world headquarters in April, featuring three educational seminars about the direct-to-substrate printing industry in AnaJet’s newly renovated seminar facility. More than 75 people registered for the seminars each day of the open house, which were free of charge and offered to members and potential members of the decorated garment industry. AnaJet will continue to schedule such seminars at its Costa Mesa world headquarters and in other major cities around the country on a regular basis. A schedule can be found online at www.anajet.com/road-shows.php and via Printwear magazine’s Datebook.

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