Epson is the choice of many, tho not all are pigmented. Most, if not all the Workforce models are pigment ink. Check to be certain. C88+, tho will only do 8x10 as largest.
If we are talking about inkjet transfers, the light transfers are for printing on (ideally) white and also very light colored shirts. For dark shirt transfers, you print on a white surface and the whole transfer, white and all, bonds to the shirt...kind of resulting in a "patch," but the newer transfers are fairly soft and, with a little creative airbrushing ahead of time can result in a very pleasing design.How do you print white if printer comes with cymk?
The "dark" inkjet transfers are printed on a white surface that transfers to the shirt. So the white parts of the design are the background of the transfer itself. It limits the shape of your transfer, because you need to physically trim away everything you don't want to appear whiteThx Neil. What I'm looking for is to make transfer designs that have white in them as well.. I want to print these on dark shirts.. I see the DTG printers can print white but epson cant.. Im still new so maybe im missing something... Any help would be appreciated
Hi, I have Epson C88+ printer and is working well. But now I am looking for one more printer. So I want to know, how epson 7510 work. Can you please share your experience?ty...i just ordered an epson 7510 and the kit from cobra inks