looks possible after seeing this on youtube although i would like to know how it feels.
Lol, If you want to resell or shirts is for yourself local printer is your choice. If you want to buy the Dtg machine all machine sellers are your choice. However, if you wear those sample from machine resellers you will be a walking billboard because we all put our name big on it.Hey AA, do you mean local printers or big company printers? I would love to get a DTG sample of a design I have.
It would be worth the drive, you will be pleased and satisfied with the prints. Also, the video you showed was for printing on a black shirt which has a slightly different feel from the white/light colored shirts. Its not the plastic feeling you are thinking but its still soft and has a great feel but your prints from the looks of it will not require white ink (looking at these 2 only).Okay thanks i just wanted to know before i take a long drive to the company to see a demo.
You would need to get with AA regarding their recommendations regarding garments. In the DTG world, the higher cotton content is suggested. But, with new pretreat and processes the less cotton content is becoming easier to working with.Thanks. It puts my mind to ease knowing its not that plastic feeling.
Can the neoflex print on 65% Cotton and 35% poly 150gsm ?
I think you will be glad to hear that that the NeoFlex can almost print that wide. Also due to the way the software manipulates the white ink when printing the feel is always as soft as possible without sacrificing color density or brightness.Hi everyone,
Ive been comparing this machine with the brother 541. Im actually after a printer that can print with a certain look, i am not going for that plastic texture you can feel on some certain prints. I want something that feels like its part of the t shirt oppose to stuck on the t shirt.
This one of my designs that I would like to print but the dimensions wont be as big. Just want the same texture as the first. Im afraid to print and have a plastic feel.