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Old March 23rd, 2008 Mar 23, 2008 5:48:29 PM -   #16 (permalink)
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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

What machine do you own? Brother


What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?

Trade shows, forums

What is your business model? just started a retail shop, was in basement

Are you happy with your decision? couldn't be happier

What are the pros you have learned of your machine? It never lets me down, is a work horse
I have left for a month, plugged it in and started printing without even doing a test.

What are the negatives you have learned of your machine? none (well no white ink) but that hasn't hurt

What type of maintenance do you do? none. I guess I should but I must say I have not. The guy I purchased it from came and moved it for us to our new location about 2 months ago and went over everything. cleaned the heads etc. but that was the first time in 2 years

How long have you owned your machine? 2 1/2 years

How long did it take you to learn to use? the day we plugged it in

Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
That I knew about the machine sooner

Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
It is a great machine and if you want to get into the market, in my opinion it is the best machine out there

Would you recommend this machine to others? in a minute
 
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Re: Brother. Least learning curve of any equipment I have had in a long time. One of the reasons I purchased it was the state durability of the heads. At most, I get streaks in the output, and after an auto clean, the problem is gone. Definite recommendation.
 
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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

What machine do you own?
Flexi Jet L model.

What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
Online forums, discussion boards, visiting shops, watching videos, reviewing business model.

What is your business model?
Contract printing first and foremost, selling retail at events, helping my friends get off their feet with design concepts and t-shirt/canvas lines, fulfillment printing for photographers (some of which are friends) along with other t-shirt shops, making a central ebay store/website for my friends designs/slogans, maybe starting a line of my own.

It's all about contract/fulfillment printing first, then not forgetting about my friends who need some help.

Are you happy with your decision?
All and all yes, although the Brother is a solid machine and sometimes I would like to have one. But when it comes down to it, can I print from top to bottom with a brother? Not without lining up prints. Does ink cost more on a brother? Yes, much more. Do print heads cost more on a brother? Yes much more. For retail sales, this may not be that much of an issue but, for contract/fulfillment printing, it effects my everyday profit. Labor cost is cheaper than ink cost.

What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
Large printing area 17"x54", I get many requests for top to bottom printing. Now if it were only 24" wide...

Pretty easy to use and maintain, though don't just think anybody can do it!

I can print on anything!!!!!!!!!

What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
Crooked as can be, and I dont mean ddm, lol. The platens, the carriage, the bed. I, personally, have fixed all of these problems, and it was A PAIN!!! I don't really blame belquette either, I'm sure the engineering was there (one of the reasons I went with the flexi), something in the manufacturing/assembly went cuckoo. From one platen to the next the design must be moved a 1/4" this way or that, but I have both the software and hardware figured out much later!

What type of maintenance do you do?
Everything! Clean it all! It really saves on the ink.

How long have you owned your machine?
Sept, 07

How long did it take you to learn to use?
Tough question, 1 day, but then doing my first top 2 bottom print took almost a day in itself. Certain colors were hard to achieve, like silver, I never printed a silver until I got a request for it (none of my designs or most customers designs have any silver). It took maybe 30 prints to get a solid silver. Same with non garments, that took about the same, then a new RIP was released, better for t-shirts but through off all of my non garment experimentation.

Like I said too, a little crooked. Printing off the first platen in 5 minutes, printing off of 4 platens...another story. All is good now though!!!

Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
Not really, though I wish I would have waited and got a credit for the white ink and pretreatment until I was ready to use it!!! Now I have a $400 trash pile. I still wish ddm would hook me up with some new white (hint)...

Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
Get ready to experiment, no matter what machine you choose. Be ready to waste some money. It almost made me cry when we got a new RIP and I had a canvas order to print, the old settings were not the same. Magenta and black needed pulled waaaaaayyy back. About 30 canvas later I was happy.

Would you recommend this machine to others?
Yep, wait, I like the money, maybe not, lol. Just know what you're doing and getting into. Can anyone load a shirt, push print, and press? Yes. Can I (or any pro) get better colors/results than a newbie, probably so!
 
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love this thread I like a lot of others reading it are still waiting to get 1 i liked the look of the Anujet at the exhibition has anyone got 1 yet it did print on black and the results where very good he gave me 2 shirts to do wash tests on !white 1 black and so far they r looking good but its a lot of money to pay out and not sure i have the volume of business yet to justify it but things are looking better each week
 
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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

What machine do you own?
Brother GT-541

What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
We ran a Beta test machine since Jan. of '04 and bought a production version in Aug. of '05

What is your business model?
Servicing local business, churches and schools with logo apparel and promotional items.

Are you happy with your decision?
Abso-friggin-lutely!

What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
Quick print speed, easy to use, dependable. Really a very well designed and easy to use machine.

What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
No white ink and the blues are sometimes a little dull. Ink is expensive, but no more pricey than regular inkjet ink that I print with everyday and DON'T bill for(like work orders and ship tickets).

What type of maintenance do you do?
None, other than the capping station cleaning every 800-1000 prints.

How long have you owned your machine?
Aug. of '05 on the production model
Jan of '04 on the Beta model

How long did it take you to learn to use?
No time, by the time the tech set it up, I watched him print and the menu settings he went through. Everything is very easy to use.

Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
Nope, I got to use one for a year and a half before buying one.

Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
Make sure you have good design software and somebody that knows how to use it.

Would you recommend this machine to others?
Heck yes. I can't think of a better built printer for the same price range. I also think white ink could be a little better than it is now before I jump in. I would love to see the number of people that have a white ink printer that don't use white ink.

I would also recommend a FAST computer. We upgraded this one when we bought the printer. I assembled a top of the line system and have since upgraded it a couple times and it is still great and I run all of our films, banners and art off of one system.
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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

What machine do you own?
Kiosk II with White Ink

What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
Certainly asked MANY questions on T-Shirt forum and I went to a couple of small shows in the Baltimore area last year.

What is your business model?
Currently I sell online and also to local companies in my area. I was feelling overwhelmed with selling DTG, sublimation and vinyl. So, I recently cut out sulimation because it had the least amount of profit for me.

Are you happy with your decision?
Absolutely, I love my KIOSK. My customers love my work and I love designing in Photoshop and Corel and translating it onto the DTG.

What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
Very easy to use and it has always been reliable!!

What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
Not really a negative but I learned that you MUST have a speedy and high end computer or the Kiosk will not work properly. After I fixed my computer, my kiosk has been flawless.

What type of maintenance do you do?
I clean my computer every few days, capping station, and get ink out of certain areas of machine with cotton swab. I do this every few days.

How long have you owned your machine?
February 07

How long did it take you to learn to use?
It really didn't take that much time, a week I think.

Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
I'm really happy with my decision to buy the DTG with white ink. I get many orders of black shirts that need white ink.
Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
I recommend that you first know the market that focused to selling to before buying a DTG. Some markets prefer Silk screen or sublimation products. I made the mistake of buying everything, spent lots of money and I'm in the process of selling my sublimation products because I simply don't have the man power or the sales to justify having so many pieces of equipment. I sell DTG the most in my area online and to local vendors so I'm focusing on that only right now. I'm thankful to a supportive family. = )

Would you recommend this machine to others?
I love this machine and I have had absolutely no problems with it. You absolutely have to clean the machine and keep up with the maintainence and you will never be disappointed.

 
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I am getting ready to buy our first printer and this is very helpful. Thanks to all.
 
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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

What machine do you own? T-jet jumbo 22


What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
Trade shows, web, and call people who own them. Testing alot of DTG printers.

What is your business model?
print print print (more you print the more $ you get)
Are you happy with your decision?
Very happy. I would change my decision every
What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
Consistent prints, best printer for darks, easy to use, printing all sizes large (beach towels) and small (golf balls)
What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
They stopped making them
What type of maintenance do you do?
Head cleaning before using it and every couple of weeks wipe the heads with windex.
How long have you owned your machine?
1 1/2 years
How long did it take you to learn to use?
about 2 weeks (but the company I bought it from let me use the T-jet2 till i got the jumbo)
Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
How to price jobs. there wasn't to many people out there with price lists.
Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
Make sure to do you research before you jump into anything.
Would you recommend this machine to others?
I would put they don't make it any more :-) I guess i got lucky
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Any input from the Mimaki or Kornit users?
 
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Wow amazing thread, I learned so much from reading this thank you!!! I went to the DTG website and am impressed! I think I will probably purchase this once I get to the point of buying.

Thanks again, this thread is going to help so many people!!!

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Default Re: What DTG machine do you own and how did you make your decision on it :)

I havent seen a comment about Anajets? Does anybody use them? I am thinking about buying one for the fact they use the closed ink system, the same as my Rolands. Right now I am a full service sign shop and wanted to venture into shirt printing to do short runs for wholesale and my customers. I am looking very strongly at a Anajet, I dont really like all of the problems T jet is having and all of the new procedures that come out daily about it from the factory to the dealers.
Any Anajet users out there?

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Hi Curt,

It might be good to start a thread asking for anajet owners to give info. I have tried to get feedback from all different machine owners on this thread but it seems there are not as many anajet owners, so the feedback hasnt gotten here
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What machine do you own?
T-jet Blazer Express


What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
Internet, talking to current owners, and this forum


What is your business model?
Started as a laser engraving shop, about 2 years later moved into print&cut vinyl. 1 year later looked at garment printing and took the plunge. Most sales are online but local sales are also picking up


Are you happy with your decision?
Yes


What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
Allows you to print those full color graphics onto garments that the local screen print shops can't. I like the idea that someone can walk in, order a shirt or two and walk back out the door with their product in less than 1 hour.


What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
I wish it was faster. For small orders it is great, large orders I turn down.


What type of maintenance do you do?
Daily head cleaning, nozzle checks, clean the capping station and give the white ink bottles a shake or two.


How long have you owned your machine?
Purchased in Feb of '08


How long did it take you to learn to use?
Uncrated the machine at 9am and was printing shirts by 1pm. Still don't have the white ink printing down to a science but learning. I have been running a Roland sp300 for quite some time so the software came pretty easy to me along with operation of the printer.


Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
No, I can't say there is. I had given serious thought if I really wanted the white ink ability and don't regret that decision at all.


Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
Just do your research before you purchase as you are putting out a BIG chunk of change. These machines, as like any other brand of DTG do have a steep learning curve to them. Don't expect to be selling shirts the first or 2nd day you get up and running. It was 2 weeks and 20+ shirts later before I felt confident that I was now able to print and offer for sale my product. Don't forget about the daily maintenance, if you do, your going to have nothing but problems. Don't get frustrated when things don't go your way. I read some forums where people are very disappointed with the DTG machines and I honestly believe 99% of that is operator error. These machines are not plug in and go folks, they take time and patience to learn.

Would you recommend this machine to others?
Yes I would, but keep an eye on this technology as it is changing as you read this article.
 
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In order to keep this thread on track, please post any new questions as a new topic in this section of the forum. Let's let this thread focus on "which DTG do you own and why did you make your decision on it" with the answers from Bobbielee's survey in the first post. I think it gives a great overview from actual DTG operators on the machines they own.
 
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What machine do you own?
Flexi-jet L


What were the sources of information you researched to make your decision?
Talked to distributors, read forums, and went to see the machine at Printwear Show


What is your business model?
We have been doing embroidery for many years, added laser engraving a few years ago, bought the Flexijet about 2 years ago and just added the VersaCam about a month ago.

Are you happy with your decision?
Yes


What are the pros you have learned of your machine?
We can print t-shirts, bags, hats, and numerous other items which adds to our overall business

What are the negatives you have learned of your machine?
I wish it had a better white ink for a more softer feel on the dark shirts.


What type of maintenance do you do?
Daily cleanings, flush lines and carts about every 2 or 3 months and have replaced the printhead about 8 months ago.


How long have you owned your machine?
Purchased in June 2006


How long did it take you to learn to use?
Mostly only about 2 to 3 months, but we always learn some new tips or tricks as we go along.

Is there anything you wished you had known before you bought your machine that you know now?
No, I just wish the white inks were better.


Is there anything else you would like to add or let others know?
Figure out what you want from a machine, do the research and pick the machine that fits your needs best.

Would you recommend this machine to others?
Yes, it is a good machine and Belquette is a good manufacturer.
 
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