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Old February 26th, 2018 Feb 26, 2018 1:08:30 AM -  
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I think you need to do a lot more research before providing this type of advice.

Have you ever used any of the above methods...
 
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Oh man, he really wrote it.
After all, direct screen printing probably gives the best results ...
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What happened with the Genesis? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=s0d9t_wRaCY


Belquette merged with Coldesi and that was the last I saw the Genesis. Coldesi has upgraded the Viper but it looks like the Genesis got dropped. Really sucks because I wanted one.
 
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Screen T-shirt printing is best method.
 
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The most durable is without a doubt sublimation, i like it alot but you need of course polyester or polyester blends, it beats every other method regarding the end product and has relatively low cost, if you step up the game you can do all over prints with giant machines as well. I am doing HTV and sublimation as a hobby, so i just look at the end product here, not from a business side. I like screen printed shirts and sublimated shirts the most because they give a premium feel. HTV has of course its place as well, its quick and last pretty long when done right but its more for logos and low color graphics, fonts etc.. Definately the cheapest method and you can shoose from hundreds of special colors like glitter or hologram, even super thick silicon "embroidered looks" that can give nice premium details. I want to try out screen printing as well but in a cheaper way, with sign vinyl instead of UV coating on the screen just for the fun of it. At the moment i think tri blend shirts in vintage look with sublimation is a very nice way of creating shirts and cheap as well. Can not beat the durability and that you can feel the print.


by the way i can not see any article here? What i am doing wrong?
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