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Vapor Apparel Debuts Made In USA Cut & Sew Apparel Line

Vapor Apparel — a Charleston, S.C.-based provider of apparel designed for sublimation printing — now offers the customizable Vapor Apparel Cut & Sew apparel line that is made up in Southeastern United States-based facilities.

"Digital sublimation is taking the decorated garment industry by storm," said Christopher Bernat, chief revenue officer, Vapor Apparel. "Our customers are demanding greater options for fully customizable apparel. With our new cut and sew services, they're able to meet this demand while promoting domestic jobs, as all of our cut and sew garments are proudly 'Made in the USA.'"

The manufacturing process involves printing a digital design on a roll of fabric, cutting individual pieces containing customized designs and sewing the pieces together. The company notes that the program is intended to provide screen printers and design houses with a cost-competitive cut-and-sew, dye sublimation solution that doesn't require them to invest in new machinery and equipment.

July 23, 2013

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