You really need a DTG printer if the bulk of your printing is going to be one-offs, that said the versacamm would certainly do what your asking and leave you lots of other avenues for profit besides just shirts.We will be printing designs on children's shirts. The designs will be about 4 to 5 inch round circles on the front only. Usually white or light colored shirts.
We have looked at DTG....but need to do some more research. We LOVE the quality of the versacamm prints...but the hand is certainly plastic like. We want screen print type quality, and we will use screen printing for our mass produced shirts. But....since we need to print personalized shirts with names, etc....screen printing is not feasible for our custom orders. DTG or Versacamm would probably be the best options for quality. We use laser transfer paper/heat press now and it looks good at first, but fades. We do not want fading or cracking.