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New Heat-Transfer Bonder Replaces Sewn-In Tags

The new TH2000 heat-transfer bonder now available from Philadelphia-based Avery Dennison Printer Systems Americas is designed to replace sewn-in tags with highly legible heat transfers in apparel products.Transfers applied by the TH2000 can carry brand, product [identification] or care information and replace standard tags in garments and shoes, improving wearer comfort, said Mark Hansinger, marketing director.


The bonder, which is controlled via programmable logic controller, features automatic heat-transfer indexing and positioning capabilities for spot-on placement of transfers. It is available as an automatic feed version for processing roll-to-roll heat transfers, and manual feed and automatic versions for cut-singles applications.

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