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06/03/2019

How long will it last?

In the world of heat transfer printing, not all Heat Presses are created equal… We’re asked on a fairly regular basis “so how long will a Lotus Heat Press last, as the press we’ve always bought seems to fail every 12 to 24 months”? We always find this such a peculiar question. I mean ask yourself, why would you keep buying the same piece of expensive equipment over and over again, for it only to keep letting you down, costing you and your business time & money? If it were... Read More

05/02/2019
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New Products New Products New Products…

We Keep on Rolling… Having introduced in excess of 30 news colours and patterns to our burgeoning line up during 2018, our growth shows no signs of abating. At the global forefront for research and development, We’ll be adding at least 8 (eight) exciting technology advanced new films during 2019.   PU MAX –  is our new faster weeding film, yet retaining the ability to cut ultra fine detail. A world leading premium quality all-round t-shirt vinyl for everyday printing of leisure, fashion and sports wear. Available in 41 colours, including... Read More

28/01/2019

A snapshot of P&P Live…

Following a hugely successful Printwear & Promotion Live exhibition at the NEC last week, here’s a snapshot of our stand over the course of the 3 days.                      

Winning at product innovation... 04/10/2018
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Winning at product innovation…

With Sublimation printing on our Premium Holographic & Metallic garment films. We’ve stepped up a gear in product innovation with a new take for fans of Sublimation printing. Our Premium Metallic & Holographic garment films can now be printed using sublimation transfer papers to create truly unique and stunning designs, adding value to your garments in the process, at minimal cost per transfer. With the addition of just one quick process, you can now add greater value to your designs & garments, to remain one step ahead of the competition.... Read More

04/05/2018
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Choosing the right heat press…

Odette de Pasquali, MD of Lotus Transfer Press Solutions, explains why you should choose your next heat press based on Value, rather than price….read more in Images May edition. Made in Milan Lotus is a family-run business that was founded in 1972 in the fashion capital of Milan, Italy. The company supplies textile printing professionals across Europe with the highest most solid quality of heat presses. In addition, Lotus offers a full customisation service for its heat presses to meet customers’ specific requirements. Th ecomapny’s product range stretches from single-platen manual... Read More