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Vila M.,Pantograms Manufacturing Company
Printwear | Year: 2011

Marc Vila is national account manager for Pantograms Manufacturing Company, shares his views on the factors that need to be considered by small embroidery business owners to earn profits. It is essential for small business owners running two embroidery machine to make their employees multi-tasking to improve the prospects of their business and earn profits. This is the nature of a small business and how to remain profitable and it is important to maintain a healthy cash flow and still experience growth. It has been found that a project that three hours to complete and turns a profit of $225, can be completed in by one-and-a-half hours for an hourly rate of $150 doubling production capability. Better focus and emphasis on these factors can save time for a screen printer and help in earning more profits. Source


Vila M.,Pantograms Manufacturing Company
Printwear | Year: 2011

The use of rhinestone and studs for the embroidery purposes ensures the increased profits for the apparel decorating companies. Stones are available in Swarovski crystals that enhance the looks of apparels. The increased facets or cuts on the stone will yield more light refraction. An even lower-cost alternative is metal studs, which can be less than half the cost of stones. There are essentially three ways to create a Hotfix motif that includes either by hand, or using templates or using computerized/automated hotfix motif setters. Those choosing to start by hand can purchase tools to adhere stones to apparel. These are small wands that pick up the stone and liquefy the adhesive and the stones are then placed directly on the garment. The most efficient way to create designs in a production setting is with an automated motif setter. Automated setters are efficient machines for an apparel decorating shop that gives the ability to produce multiple transfers at a time and allow for multitasking. Source


Vila M.,Pantograms Manufacturing Company
Printwear | Year: 2010

Marc Vila, national account manager for Pantograms Manufacturing Company, shares his views on some of the factors that need to be considered to introduce embroidery into fashion wear. Creation of fashionable apparel with the existing embroidery equipment can be performed easily without the addition of extra equipment and focusing on specific requirements of customers. Designers need to collect discounted or free samples from apparel suppliers and test out some new styles and show current customers a new way to display their logo. It has also been observed that offering a non-traditional garment allows for a higher ticket price. trip to the department store will show that companies are putting embroidery all over the shirt including on the shoulder blades, bottom corners, and sides. Source


Vila M.,Pantograms Manufacturing Company
Printwear | Year: 2010

Embroidery designers need to follow some important steps in order to create better embroidery designs on fleece. Digitizing should be the first step to create better embroidery designs. The second step should involve creating a better underlay that prevents the nap from poking through and providing good registration for a design. A zig-zag or narrow column underlay is a great place to start, as compared with a standard running-stitch underlay. This will provide great stability for the next layer, which is what really needs to pop out. Designers also need to simply notify the digitizer the design will be embroidered on fleece when outsourcing digitizing. Simple ball point needles need to be used for such work, as it prevents damage to the garments and provides for smooth embroidery with few thread breaks. Source


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Pantograms Manufacturing Co. | Date: 2006-10-02

Computer Software and pre-recorded CD ROMs for use in computer aided embroidery design. Educational Services, namely conducting classes in the field of embroidery and computer aided embroidery design; providing of training and arranging and conducting of seminars in the field of embroidery and computer aided embroidery design; publication of books; publication of electronic books; providing on-line non downloadable electronic publications in the field of computer aided embroidery design.

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