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Hello guys I am fairly new to the business and I have a question about INK transfers from Sthals. I own a versacamm sp-540v with CMYK ecosolve inks. Can I use this printer/cutter for this ? or do I need the new printers like the BN-20 or the VS300 that uses white and metallic inks?

Do you guys think this line of product is profitable compare to DTG and Screen printing?

Thank you in advance
 

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Just a follow up, yes I was able to print the heat transfer on the versacamm sp-540v. now my next question is:

After showing the job to the customer he said that he did not want the vinyl material, that he prefer the screen printed process. Do you guys have this problem? and how do you approach the customer? He was concerned about durability.
 

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Just a follow up, yes I was able to print the heat transfer on the versacamm sp-540v. now my next question is:

After showing the job to the customer he said that he did not want the vinyl material, that he prefer the screen printed process. Do you guys have this problem? and how do you approach the customer? He was concerned about durability.
How many shirts does he want?
If it is only a few then it is not a a job for screen printing.
I have just given a shirt to customers like that and said try it out....or I show them our samples which have been wash tested with one that has never been and let them make an informed decision.

People "think" its like an old iron on...till you teach them.
They fill the gap for short runs.
 
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