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Been doing more of this everyday. Neon ink is a big deal for the kids.
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I not a big fan of basic screened transfers.Do you use a DTG for all your cotton printed shirts or do you also use heat transfers?
And I'm guessing DTG printing lasts longer than heat transfers?
You are so right!!!Dave, you really need a website dedicated to just printing. The site you use that shares with the bird houses is VERY busy and confusing...
I was gonna say the same thing last week. Just didn't want to sound like a dip wad lol.Dave, you really need a website dedicated to just printing. The site you use that shares with the bird houses is VERY busy and confusing...
Adam after a number of false starts I think We got ours self a web master.I don't mind sounding like a dip wad, lol! You've helped me a few times with your comments on this forum and I could tell you're not the type of guy to take offense. Plus, a man who has the equipment you have is obviously committed enough to printing that he would see the wisdom in a dedicated site.
I would print first and then cut. If you have a laser cutter it wouldn't matter.
Despite hand cutting being considered "the hard way", I'm not sold on a laser cutter being used in production. I can cut pretty quickly (and accurately) with a rotary cutter. Should I not cut so accurately, sewing can easily correct a slightly bad cut without affecting the final sewn garment.No we do it the hard way.