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Benefits of Acti-Feed™ Technology for Embroiderers

Thread tension is one of the critical elements of any automated embroidery process. Melco’s Acti-Feed™ system delivers thread from the spool to the garment with precise control, stitch after stitch, even at the highest operating speeds. Thread tension and delivery are calculated for each stitch and set by three individual parameters per needle. This precise control means faster speeds, a softer embroidery, fewer thread breaks, and a more consistent sew quality.

Baseball Cap Embroidery: Digitizing & Machine Operation Tips

Baseball hat embroidery presents unique challenges to many embroiderers. No two cap brands or styles are the same. The panels are all cut differently and the front panels are backed and constructed differently. This means that it is very difficult to make a cap framing system that fits every possible cap product with exactly the same result. For this challenge, we need to expand two skill sets, a) digitizing and b) machine operation.

Digitizing Tips for Cap Embroidery

How to Market Your T-Shirt Printing Business With the F2000

You do not need a massive marketing budget to spread the word about your garment printing business. Building industry relationships, a website, basic knowledge of online marketing, and creative prospecting can take your business to new heights.

The Benefits For Epson F2000 Owners

 

 

It's the world's most reliable printer

Understanding Epson SureColor F2000 Maintenance

The Epson SureColor F2000 is the easiest, most user-friendly Direct to Garment printer to maintain on the market. One of the biggest advantages of the SC-F2000 is that the maintenance is prompted and preventative. Just follow your maintenance schedule to avoid the catastrophic breakdowns of typical printers.

This article will address your prompted and scheduled maintenance for the Epson SureColor F2000 DTG Printer.

Machine Downtime:

Turn Your Printer Off Daily:

Comparing the Best Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Printers

There are numerous DTG printer manufacturers on the market. Each one claims their printer has advantages and features that set it apart from the competition. 

With a saturated market, it is hard to tell which printers truly offer the right needs for your printing business. It’s easy to get hung up on special features and technical modifications, but it is important to understand how the printer is made and if it can reliably do the job it is intended to do. 

Hiring Your First Employees For Your Embroidery Business

When a typical start-up embroidery company opens its doors for the first days of business the staff usually consist of a single entrepreneur or sometimes a couple of good friends who form a simple working partnership. These dedicated individuals work long hours and often perform a plethora of duties which include selling, purchasing, accounting, operating an embroidery machine, and finishing and engineering just to name a few.

How To Start a T-Shirt Printing Business—The Plan

THE BUSINESS PLAN: WHY YOU NEED TO CRAFT ONE

You have great contacts and tremendous design ideas. All you need to do is start your own t-shirt printing company, right?

Let’s look at some important questions you need to answer when you are considering how and where to start.

First, it is extremely important that you craft a business plan. Notice that I say “Craft,” and not “Create.”

Pricing Embroidery for Profit Part 2: Understanding Perceived Value

When it comes to delivering your price, some embroiderers feel a lot of anxiety. Most of this is caused by the fear of confrontation with an upset customer or fear of a lost sale. There are some simple things you can do to remove this anxiety and enable you to charge more for your services and enjoy better profits.

Best Shirts To Print On When Using White Ink, and Why

“For best results, use a T-shirt that is 100% cotton with thick and tightly-woven material, and a cotton blend ratio of 100 to 50%. Since the print quality cannot always be guaranteed for some types of fabric, perform a test print first.”

Okay that’s nice, but what does a “thick and tightly-woven shirt” look like and how do I know which brand offers thick and tightly-woven options? 

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