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Welcome to the Melco Blog! Here you will find articles about embroidery machine technology, direct to garment printing, t-shirt printing, embroidery business tips, and much more. These blog posts are written by Melco trainers, embroidery applications experts, and business experts. 

 

commercial embroidery machine

Investing in a multi-head machine is a big decision. Purchasing the right technology can take your business to new heights and give you the stability to continue expanding your business.

Digital marketing written on notebook

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

White Epson printer ready to print

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.

2 year warranty seal

I’m sure this question has crossed the minds of every embroiderer - from start-up entrepreneur to seasoned professional. The temptation to save a significant amount of money on what is more than likely your largest expense (equipment) definitely warrants research.

Comparison of top three tabletop direct garment printers infographic

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. 

Group of business professionals

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.

Business plan graphic

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?

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