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Coldesi to display product lines at three US trade shows
Jun '13
ColDesi will be showing off its product line of SWF embroidery machines, DTG Printers (direct to garment t-shirt printers), Rhinestone Transfer Systems and new ProSpangle machines in the following national and regional trade shows for the balance of 2013.

NNEP’s Embroidery Mart Show

The Embroidery Mart trade show sponsored by NNEP will take place in Nashville, TN on July 26th and 27th. This show is specially focused on Embroidery, so ColDesi will be showing the SWF 1501C compact embroidery machine and the 1501T Table version, which it cites as the most popular machines in their line-up. The 1501C is especially designed to be portable and take up less space for small or home based businesses. Also at the show will be the CAMS 1V-2P Automatic Rhinestone Setting Machine, a favorite for embroiderers who want to add rhinestone designs to their business.

ISS Fort Worth

The Imprinted Sportswear Show in Fort Worth, Texas is on the permanent show list for ColDesi and their sister company, Colman and Company. ColDesi will be showing its full line of Direct to Garment Printers, include the DTG Viper, M2 and possibly the new DTG M4 high output DTG printer. Also represented will be the ProSpangle line of spangle transfer products and the CAMS Automatic Rhinestone Setting Machines. The CAMS machines are particularly popular at the ISS Fort Worth show as custom rhinestone transfers are a big part of apparel decorating in Texas.


The Specialty Graphics Imaging Association puts on one of the most important trade shows in the printing, large format printing and garment decorating business market. Held in Orlando, Florida on October 23-25, this event draws a large international as well as domestic audience. 
ColDesi will be featuring its Direct to Garment Printers and introducing the new ProSpangle machine for producing Spangle transfers, both appealing to the advanced graphics attendees at the show. Also showing will be the Rapid Labels line of custom, memjet based, inkjet label printers.


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