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Old April 3rd, 2013 Apr 3, 2013 6:21:15 AM -   #61 (permalink)
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Default Re: DTG Ready shirts

Keep in mind that the reason the shirts are treated everywhere is that we treat the entire roll of fabric, prior to cut and sew. This insures an even all over pre-treat.
 
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Old April 17th, 2013 Apr 17, 2013 4:17:52 PM -   #62 (permalink)
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Since the fabric is pretreated beforehand, does this mean the inside of the shirt s pretreated as well? If so, you would be able to print your own custom tag.
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Old April 21st, 2013 Apr 21, 2013 4:32:21 PM -   #63 (permalink)
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Default Re: DTG Ready shirts

Ray, The shirts are treated on the inside as well so you could easily print your own brand name on the inside. The shirts come with a tear out tag for easy removal.
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Old April 29th, 2013 Apr 29, 2013 12:58:43 PM -   #64 (permalink)
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Chuck,
What sizes do you have?

PS... We used them at the tradeshow and they worked great
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Old April 29th, 2013 Apr 29, 2013 1:33:35 PM -   #65 (permalink)
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I was very happy to hear (Happy but not surprised) that the shirts work well enough to be used at the trade shows. We have even had some Neoflex owners buy from us after they saw the shirts in the Anajet booth. We currently have limited stock in Small and Medium, and moderate stock in Large and XL and will be stocking XX in the near future. I have been hearing from many of my Garment suppliers that there is a pretty large increase in cotton prices on the way so everyone should plan accordingly!
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Default Re: Ready shirts print

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There is a type of heat transfer printing that will work well with cotton or natural fibers that will actually chemically cross-link the ink with cotton. This method, which I cannot name due to constraints with some of the sites I post my articles on, gives cotton the soft feel of a dye sub print, vibrant colors and superior washability, similar also to actual dye sublimation printing on polyester fabrics.
Hmm Hosanna,
Can you explain how anything can "chemically cross-link" with cotton? I'm just a bit skeptical, especially with your terminology. Also wondering what this has to do with this thread??
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There is a type of heat transfer printing that will work well with cotton or natural fibers that will actually chemically cross-link the ink with cotton. This method, which I cannot name due to constraints with some of the sites I post my articles on, gives cotton the soft feel of a dye sub print, vibrant colors and superior washability, similar also to actual dye sublimation printing on polyester fabrics. The resulting print using this process is the most attractive printing on cotton t-shirts available on the market today.Womens clothing
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I was very happy to hear (Happy but not surprised) that the shirts work well enough to be used at the trade shows. We have even had some Neoflex owners buy from us after they saw the shirts in the Anajet booth. We currently have limited stock in Small and Medium, and moderate stock in Large and XL and will be stocking XX in the near future. I have been hearing from many of my Garment suppliers that there is a pretty large increase in cotton prices on the way so everyone should plan accordingly!
Chuck,
I posted some pics of the shirts at the SEMA show in Vegas, GREAT RESULTS!
Here is the link
https://www.t-shirtforums.com/anajet/t205938.html
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