Textile Eng· Registered
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I have heard through the grapevine that there is a company introducing T-shirts where the fabric yarn has been prepared as it is in traditional textile printing preparation and then cut and sewn into T-shirts. I understand that testing is being done now on the garments and once testing is complete sample products will be available for customers to test. This would allow printing anywhere on dark colored T-shirts without having to spray pre-treatment. Treatment, since in the yarn itself, would be uniform enhancing image quality and preventing waste due to the variability of pre-treatment today. Would anyone be interested in this concept? I believe it would revolutionize the DTG market. I heard pricing per shirt would be in the $4.25 to $5.00 range. Thoughts?