A few years ago Epson introduced the finest direct to garment printer in its class, Epson SC-F2000. It took the industry by storm, and quickly carved out a space in the DTG niche. Over the past few years it has become the industry standard by which all others are judged.
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It seems that I’ve been embroidering a lot of blankets lately. Some friends are having babies and others have children or grandchildren on this or that team. Blankets are a great personalized gift that with a little bit of planning can look fantastic.
Still on the fence about financing? Abate some of your apprehension by reading five key ways financing can make a positive difference in your small business.
Are you wondering how to sell t-shirts online? Having a thriving online Direct To Garment (DTG) business is now more viable than ever with new advancements in the technology. New high end printers, purpose built for garment printing are more affordable and easier to operate and maintain, which means less downtime and more reliable production. Equipment reliability is essential to success in DTG to deliver product affordably, quickly, and on time is critical to selling products online.
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Basic Rules for Puff
1. The portion of the design that will be puffed must be the last section to sew. You will be laying down a piece of 3-D foam, so all flat sections of the embroidery must be sewn first.
2. The needle penetrations perforate the foam and allow for the excess to be pulled away upon completion of the sewing.
As most apparel decorators know, owning and operating an embroidery or apparel printing business doesn’t necessarily make you a business financing expert. But guess what? Lenders don’t expect you to know everything. A good lender knows that while you’re the business expert, they’re the financing experts, and it’s their responsibility to find the best financing solution for your small business.
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With a strong background in leadership and global business development, Dale Sanders is well suited to help bring Melco to the next level in the global apparel decoration market. For nearly 30 years, Dale held various positions with Briggs & Stratton, most recently as Vice President/General Manager of the commercial Jobsite business. His experience leading global strategic development, creating and executing sales plans, product development and leading engineering development and design efforts will help Melco maintain and grow as the leader in innovative solutions.
It’s easy to assume the same rules that apply to screen or litho printing also apply to direct to garment printing. However, there are some important differences with a digital workflow. Here are some tips on how to create the best artwork and optimize it for DTG printing.
When saving art for direct to garment printing always assume you will need a transparent background. To print on dark garments with white ink, your image must have a transparent background.
There’s nothing more personal and thoughtful than a monogrammed tote bag, luggage, blanket, purse, towel, handkerchief, hat, pajama set...or anything else for that matter. All it takes are a few stitches to give an ordinary item an unforgettable touch.
Monogramming is one of the oldest and most popular kinds of embroidery, and it’s a skill that should be at the top of the arsenal for anyone looking to start their own embroidery business. But what does it take to become a monogramming professional? Here are a few things you may be wondering: