Save with Efficiency: Multitasking in the sublimation process

Award-winning author and international speaker Jimmy Lamb has over 25 years of product decoration business experience. Mr. Lamb has extensive knowledge in many facets of digital decorating and embellishing including business startup, applications, techniques, marketing, sales, mobile, production and management. He has owned and operated a successful production facility, started a retail franchise operation and has provided production solutions to a variety of Fortune 500 corporations involved in customization, decoration and embellishment. His articles appear regularly in various industry magazines in the United States and Europe. In addition, Mr. Lamb is a frequent speaker at Industry Events and Trade Shows domestically and internationally. Currently, he works with Sawgrass Technologies as the Manager of Communication and Education, where he has been instrumental in developing their educational seminars and webinars. 

Sublimation is a process of create, print, and press, with the printing and pressing only taking an average of two minutes. The creation of artwork and preparing of files takes the most time within sublimation jobs.

Estimate how many minutes it would take you to complete the process to come up with a true cost of your product. The more you produce, the lower the cost, and the higher the profit you can make.

Taking advantage of jobs where you can print and press multiple products at once results in even greater profit.

—Jimmy Lamb, Sawgrass