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ColDesi to show new Spangle Transfer Machine in Texas
Sep '13
ColDesi debuts the NEW ProSpangle Spangle Transfer Machine at ISS Forth Worth on September 26th.
ColDesi, Inc., the company that brought the commercial rhinestone transfer system of choice to the American market, the CAMS Automatic Rhinestone Transfer Machine, is changing the market again with the new ProSpangle Spangle Transfer Machine. The new ProSpangle will make its trade show debut at what has become the biggest Bling show in the apparel decorating industry, the Imprinted Sportswear Show in Fort Worth, TX. 
The ProSpangle machine produces Hotfix spangle designs directly onto the transfer tape already in use with popular rhinestone transfer machines. Hotfix spangles, sometimes called threadless sequins, are basically Hotfix sequins without the hole in the middle. The solid nature of the spangle material, especially using the 6 holographic ProSpangle Reels that come with the ProSpangle or the 25 holographic color options you can add, make a much bigger impact without the hole in the middle. 
The new Prospangle comes with 6 color or size combinations and can output spangles from 2mm to 5mm at incredible speeds. A CHEER MOM block text design can be produced in just 1.5 minutes, making it one of the fastest bling machines on the market. 
About ColDesi, Inc.:
Headquartered in Tampa, FL with offices in California, NY, NJ and Chicago, IL, ColDesi is one of the largest apparel decorating system distributors in the world. ColDesi has exclusive distribution rights to the CAMS Rhinestone Transfer Machines, DTG brand T Shirt Printing Machines and the new ProSpangle spangle transfer machine. ColDesi is also the premier distributor for SWF Embroidery Machines in the United States.


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