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Old June 19th, 2014 Jun 19, 2014 6:05:27 AM -   #16 (permalink)
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If you need a repair on the Epson F2000 Printer while you're under warranty Epson will send a technician out to your facility at no charge. There is no charge for the service or for the travel. It does not matter if there is no dealer in your state.

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Someone asked me if Hawaii is also included. According to Epson, on site warranty service at no charge overs all 50 states.

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For me Cotton Heritage is best, the new Anvil 780 is very good, Keya prints well and inexpensive but the shirt is not my favorite. Gildan tend to be a poor choice. The shirt is your artist canvas, the better the quality the better the print durability and detail. Spending 3$ on ink per shirt then trying to use the least expensive shirt may not be the best choice. Staying as close 100% cotton as u can will improve quality and durability, a tight ring spun cotton works best. Having said that people have successfully printed on material down ti 50/50. But in most cases tends to be a bit dull and durability is less. New chemistry is helping a lot. With the correct pretreatment printing on 100% poly white or lights can yield awesome results. But no white ink, yet.
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Agree that the Cotton Heritage tees work very well. That is what we are using for our sample prints and at trade shows.
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Canvas Brand also has a nice ringspun shirt with a tight weave.
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I've used Canvas and have had good results. Unfortunately, for me, they have been inconsistent. Some seem to not take white ink as well as others. At least, this has been my experience so far. I want to like them, they are a great fitting shirt.
 






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