Digital T-Shirt Printer Purchase

first_imgAmalgamated Culture Works of Burlington has purchased and put into production the Kornit 931, the worlds first industrial digital t-shirt printing machine. ACWs Kornit printer, which is manufactured in Israel, is one of only 10 such machines in North America and the first east of the Mississippi.The Kornit 931 reproduces imagery on t-shirts at resolution never before possible with screen printing and, as it works directly from the desktop, it requires neither color separation nor screens to do its job. Among the advantages of the Kornit machine is the ability to produce full color work in short runs without prohibitive set-up charges.The Kornit 931 is a revolutionary high-speed digital inkjet printing machine for the garment and apparel printing industry, the first digital industrial machine that prints directly on the garment. together with its unique textile inks, developed especially for the garment industry, Kornits product offers custom printers worldwide new opportunites for advancemenet into a new era.For further information, please contact Wayne Turiansky at culture@mac.com(link sends e-mail) or 802-734-3875.last_img read more

Martinez: We deserved late luck

first_img Even then his heroics might still have earned a worthy Barclays Premier League point after Juan Cala bundled in a scrappy equaliser. Martinez said: “It was a really intense game, Cardiff were very, very good. “David Marshall in goal was phenomenal, as good an individual performance as you are going to see from a goalkeeper. “We scored that first goal but let Cardiff back in – that was a very difficult moment. “It became a very difficult test for us and I was pleased that we never panicked and did the right things. “You can say you get a bit lucky when you score the winner so, so late, but it was down to having that control and patience. “I did think we deserved the three points but I thought Cardiff deserved huge, huge credit. “It was a very good performance and a little bit harsh for them to feel what they are going to be feeling. Everton boss Roberto Martinez admitted his team may have got lucky with their last-gasp winner against Cardiff – but had no doubt victory was deserved. Press Association Seamus Coleman condemned the relegation-threatened Bluebirds to a heart-breaking 2-1 loss at Goodison Park when his mishit shot in injury-time beat the outstanding David Marshall. Marshall had earlier repelled Everton with a string of fine saves and it took a deflected Gerard Deulofeu strike to finally beat him just before the hour. “You tend to see everything levels up in the course of a season and I hope Cardiff can get many points between now and the end of the season.” Cardiff felt they should have had a penalty in the latter stages when Wilfried Zaha went down under a challenge from Sylvain Distin but referee Roger East gave nothing. Martinez said: “I believe there were a few interesting calls. “I haven’t seen the replays but there was that incident, there was a possible red card as well (for a tackle) on Gareth Barry, there was the incident in our box. “If we got a little bit of luck today, it balances the real bad luck we had in the last three games. “I will check those calls but they weren’t easy for the referee.” The Barry incident Martinez referred to was a tackle on the on-loan Manchester City midfielder by Kevin Theophile-Catherine, which earned the Cardiff defender a yellow card. Martinez said: “He has the studmarks but we were lucky it didn’t affect any joints. That is the reason he could carry on. “I haven’t seen it but I believe it could have been (red). Both feet are off the ground and he doesn’t get the ball, it is a reckless, reckless challenge with a lot of violence.” The result leaves Cardiff 19th in the table and facing an uphill struggle to survive in the top flight. Manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer felt his team were hard done to. Solskjaer said: “We feel very disappointed not coming away with one, maybe three points. “It was a stonewall penalty for Wilf when he goes through two or three of them at 1-1. “I don’t know how many times we have to look at us claiming penalties and not getting it. “We can talk about it all day long and look at the video but that doesn’t help does it? “The performance was outstanding, a phenomenal effort. They had ‘cojones’ as you say. “We have given Everton a good game, so that is encouraging but we sit here with no points and we need points.” Solskjaer hailed the performance of Marshall. He said: “He has been brilliant all season and he was outstanding again. “The two goals he couldn’t do anything about – the first goal was a deflection, the second a mishit. He was outstanding.” last_img read more

T&T, Bermuda cop gold in Time Trials

first_imgTHE 13th edition of the Junior Caribbean Cycling Championships pedalled off in the green Town of Bartica under brilliant sunshine yesterday with the Individual Time Trials.Bermuda took top honours in the Juveniles category while Trinidad and Tobago won the Juniors segment.   Trinidad and Tobago’s Enrique De Cormamond on the ramp, before winning the gold medal in the Juniors time trials.Barticans came out in their numbers to witness Bermuda’s Alexander Miller stop the clock at 13 minutes 41.93 seconds to give his country gold. So brilliant was his performance that second-placed Rico Dexex Sequara finished a full minute behind him. Sequara, who represented Puerto Rico, took 14 mins 44.09 secs while another Bermudan Liam Flannery crossed the finish line in 14 mins 59.36 secs to grab bronze.Meanwhile, in the Juniors segment; the Twin Island Republic’s Enrique De Comarmond commanded a comfortable time of 27 mins 0.36 secs to cop gold ahead of Bermuda’s Nicholas Narraway, who had to settle for silver in a time of 27 mins 59.76 secs. Bronze went to Antigua’s Rene Gayral who came in at 28 mins 38.95 secs The route for the Time Trials saw the cyclists come off the ramp at Second Avenue and Third Street before heading east into Third Street, south into Sixth Avenue, onto the Bartica/Potaro Road where they made a U-turn at Three Miles Secondary School and headed back down to One Mile.They then made a right turn into the Arcade, right into Sixth Street, north onto Second Avenue and finished at the Sixth Street Avenue.The Championships, which Guyana is hosting for the first time, will conclude today with the respective road races in the Juveniles and Juniors categories.last_img read more