DTGinks are so much better than the old dupont. I used to toss and turn at night dreaming of fading tees... Switched to DTGinks and no t-shirt dreams since! I can't speak for the new dupont but I would recommend the DTGinks any day.
We can only get Dupont here in Australia and they are the old ones at present and we have a fair wait for the new ones to come (maybe 6 months). I am starting to get low and want to get these new inks where and how can i get them???. I would go with DTGinks but they will never be in Australia and we have distributor for them. With Dupont they are here and we have a distributor but they have quite a few litres of thr old stuff left and will not get new ones in unitl old is gone. If anyone can help me on which way to go I would really appreciate it. I do alot of Dark shirts as well so I want to keep the same pre treat that i am doing at present. I do not want to do a complete change of methods, ICC profiles etc, Just Inks if possibble and I want to do it know as we need to be able to print on cool dry material for the gamefishing clubs. [email protected]
8 wash/dry cylces and still no real difference between the 6 shirts/sweatshirts...Maybe, the 340/70 shirts look a tiny bit worse, but its tough to tell...they are still look very good. I am sticking with my 365/50 settings I am using as those test shirts still look good
- Call equipment zone- I am sure they would ship to Australia, although not sure how much it would be...
- I have not had any clogging issues so far
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