The new Sublimation Journal provides digital decorators a convenient and intuitive way to maintain a detailed journal on production-oriented topic
W. David Gross, President of Condé Systems, Inc., has announced the release of his newest publication for dye-sublimation transfer and the sublimation industry titled ‘Sublimation Journal’. The new Sublimation Journal provides digital decorators a convenient and intuitive way to maintain a detailed journal on production-oriented topics including software settings, equipment and supplies, special transfer techniques, and step-by-step instructions. The Sublimation Journal includes enough double-sided pages for 150 products and includes an Index for quick reference. Published by Condé Systems, the book is currently available from Condé and Amazon. Call 800-826-6332 or visit www.conde.com for additional information and pricing.
“From equipment settings to marketing objectives, writing in a journal helps to sift through the clutter of a busy day while also providing a record of successes, failures, and questions,” said David Gross. “This is the best way to ensure consistency, minimize production waste, and get to the bottom of future problems. Most importantly, writing things down when they happen is the key to receiving good tech support.”
The Sublimation Journal is the latest book on the topic of sublimation transfer by W. David Gross and co-author J. Stephen Spence. David Gross, president of Condé Systems, Inc. in Mobile, Alabama, is an expert on the topics of sublimation and digital heat transfer. Gross draws from over 25 plus years of experience in the digital decorating industry and regularly contributes articles to A&E Magazine as part of his ‘Road to Sublimation Success’ series. J. Stephen Spence is president and founder of Awards by Recognition Concepts in Huntington, West Virginia. Spence, a recognition authority and well-known lecturer in the R&I Industry, has been teaching and writing in the industry since 1997. He has written articles and product reviews for a number of trade magazines, created instructional DVDs, and taught many seminars for ARA, NBM, and others.