Imprintables Warehouse Celebrates, Cultivates, Educates

MASONTOWN, Pa.—To celebrate the fifth anniversary of, Imprintables Warehouse held a giveaway Aug. 31–Oct. 1. The prize was a brand-new limited edition Cut-3000 vinyl cutter with a retail value of $850, and the winner was Mark David Biletnikoff of First Amendment in Erie, Pa.

In other company news, Imprintables Warehouse also announces its free in-shop VersaCAMM training class. The all-day sessions, led by Steven Jackson, the company’s education and major accounts sales rep, offers information on all aspects of digital cutting decorating. The next class is scheduled for Jan. 28–29. Jan. 28 is a 101 level class that includes training on how to set and use the machine, tips and tricks, as well as reviewing the wide range of materials specifically designed for the print-and-cut process and its many applications. Jan. 29 is the 201 class that includes color management, advanced Versaworks settings, and a variety of hands-on projects.

For a current list of dates, visit The seminar is free to Imprintables Warehouse customers. Lodging and travel to Clifton Park, N.Y. are the responsibility of attendee.

The company also adds a new sign division to its lineup of garment graphics cutter materials and digital inkjet and laser transfers.

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