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You won't believe what you can do with a direct to garment printer
You won't believe what you can do with a direct to garment printer
August 30, 2016

            Screen printing can be time consuming and images can be easily distorted while being transferred to your garments. Direct to garment printers provide you with the technology to print precisely on t-shirts, sweatshirts, or tanks. These amazing printers are the pinnacle of clothing design technologies. They produce reliable, high quality garments with detailed colored designs in a fraction of the time. If you are looking to start your own t-shirt designing business you will need a direct to garment printer. No more saying no to small orders because screen printing a small number of items isn’t cost effective or easy.

            Direct to garment printers allow you to print multiple shirts with different designs at one time. You can also transfer large print sizes for extra-large garments. Direct to garment printers are also designed to take up less space than traditional screen printing systems. They can compactly fit in your home, small office, or even a publicly accessible kiosk. These ground-breaking printers are also using new cartridge based ink systems to make maintain appropriate color saturation at all times. They are easy to change and keep clean. This feature makes the printer easier to maintain for a longer lasting printing life. Ink delivery systems are pressurized to prevent clogging and deliver superior printing with vibrant and precise colors.

            Direct to garment printers operate much more quietly than screen printers. Having one of these machines in your home would not disrupt your household with loud noises. Many companies will also provide you with training for how to properly use and maintain your machine to make sure you can make the most out of your time and money. They will also provide support for your printer if you cannot maintain it on your own or if there is a problem, getting you back up and running in no time.

Is there a specific material that works particularly well for this kind of printing?
Posted by: Ada Li | September 26, 2016, 5:06 pm
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