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Old November 3rd, 2013 Nov 3, 2013 5:09:38 PM -   #1 (permalink)
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Default Available Shirt Holder Sizes

To answer those who have inquired, the Epson F2000 Printer will come with a 14" x 16" shirt holder included.

The following shirt holder sizes are also available at additional cost:
10" x 12"
16" x 20"
4" x 4"

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Old November 4th, 2013 Nov 4, 2013 6:19:32 AM -   #2 (permalink)
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To answer those who have inquired, the Epson F2000 Printer will come with a 14" x 18" shirt holder included.

The following shirt holder sizes are also available at additional cost:
10" x 12"
16" x 20"
4" x 4"

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The platen included is 14x16, not 14x18.
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I do believe it's in the works.
 
 
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Default Re: Available Shirt Holder Sizes

Not just platens, many others parts will be available by 3rd parties when there are demands. Even home made as many NeoFamily did it.
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Default Re: Available Shirt Holder Sizes

Hi All,

Been a lurker for a while and decided to finally sign up.

Do you all know whether the printer will be able to handle printing on cotton fleece sweatshirts (crew necks, hoodies, full zips)?

Also, any idea what the cost per print is for shirt? Let's say for a one color print on the chest of a t-shirt?

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Printing sweats should be very easy since the design of the shirtholder allows plenty of room to easily tuck in the shirts.
 
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Hi All,

Been a lurker for a while and decided to finally sign up.

Do you all know whether the printer will be able to handle printing on cotton fleece sweatshirts (crew necks, hoodies, full zips)?

Also, any idea what the cost per print is for shirt? Let's say for a one color print on the chest of a t-shirt?

Thanks,
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I don't think the stock platen will accommodate a zipper. You will have to do something to raise the area around the zipper or create a custom platen that is designed for zippers. I think we will see lots of platen options from many companies once the machine is available.
 
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Also, any idea what the cost per print is for shirt? Let's say for a one color print on the chest of a t-shirt?
When purchased in 600ml cartridges, the ink cost is $0.38 per ml. A full chest, one color (or more) design will end up being around .75-1ml, depending on the size (no white ink), so the cost would be around $0.28-$0.38 per print. With white ink, the cost would obviously go up and depending on how much white ink is laid down, that is the determining factor. My guess would be around $2-$2.50 for a print of the same size.

Of course, until we actually have the printers in hand, we won't be able to 100% say, we can only give historical averages.
 
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I don't think the stock platen will accommodate a zipper. You will have to do something to raise the area around the zipper or create a custom platen that is designed for zippers. I think we will see lots of platen options from many companies once the machine is available.


You can use the stock shirtholder for zippered garments. As mentioned, it's very easy to just tape 2 buildup boards (made from cardboard or mat material) to each side of the shirt holder so there is a groove down the center of the holder for the zipper to sit in. Agree that there will probably be additional holder styles available after the printer is out.
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