PDF version of the A&E New Products 2018 - by David Gross
PDF version of the A&E Cashing in on Retail Sales - by David Gross
PDF version of the Road to Sublimation Success - New Products Update - by David Gross
PDF version of the NBM Ft. Lauderdale 2017 Presentation - by David Gross & Jeff Butler
PDF version of the Road to Sublimation Success - "Sublimating to Cotton" - by David Gross
PDF version of the Custom Gift Annual article "Profiting from Smartphones" - by David Gross
PDF version of the NBM Baltimore 2016 Presentation - by David Gross & Jeff Butler
PDF version of the A&E Magazine "Cashing in on Cuff Bracelets" by David Gross.
PDF version of the A&E Magazine "Three Cheers for Cheer Bows" by David Gross.
PDF version of the A&E Magazine "Road to Sublimation Success" by David Gross discussing the new Virtuoso VJ628.
The Sawgrass Virtuoso desktop sublimation printer series.
An article by David Gross, outling new substrates.
Metal Prints Go Viral by David Gross
Device Decorating Update by David Gross
These past two weeks, I’ve had a great time mixing business with pleasure by combining a much-needed family vacation with a teaching engagement I had at the Independent Photo Imagers Conference and Show in Las Vegas.
It is not very often that our Road to Sublimation Success encounters a true game changing product category, but that is exactly what has happened in the last year with the introduction of sublimatable covers for smart phones, tablets, e-readers, and other popular electronic devices.
Full Throttle Ricoh Update by David Gross.
My Best 101 Tips and Tricks by David Gross.
Full Throttle Move over Epson by David Gross.
Article by Ken Taylor, owner of Taylor Designs II, Inc. on sublimating metal.
Imagine being able to produce sublimated products with complete certainty that the colors will come out the way your customer expects them to? Of all the challenges digital decorators encounter, none is greater than the need to deliver the right colors.
Yes, some digital decorators would say that color matching is impossible. And, without a doubt, the number-one issue I help them with is color matching. Specifically, how do you deliver the color that your customer is expecting?
Great article by David Gross outlining the top 10 mistakes and misconceptions regarding sublimation imprinting followed by some straight talk to clear things up.