It's a good thought, but someone would need to be there to load the shirt and cure it. I don't think this could ever happen.
It sounds like you know something others don't.Thank you for replying my post so quick.
Let's assume that automatic machine is already available, however it only supports white color T-shirt and 6 different sizes: XS, S, M, L, XL, XXL. If it can deliver the personalized T-shirt within 10 minutes and each only costs $17.99 (Both delivery time and price beats zazzle.com and cafepress.com), do you think there will be a big demand from the customers? For example, sell 10 T-shirts per day?
Sure they do:BTW, it seems to me that CafePress and Zazzle don't have return policy, correct me if I am wrong.
Hahaha, that'd be fun to watch!If you can invent this machine, I will eat crow and be the 1st buyer...
Oh I wish this were true. When I was a kid, I always had dreams of flying like superman. Now the closest I can get is in an airplane. Good luck though, it would be a good thing for sure.Thank you for your information about CafePress's return policy. Nothing is impossible as long as you spend time and effort to do it. .
You're right about possibility. Just last night I saw a tv show, where a huge flower manufacturer automates the process of cutting and planting new clippings of roses and other flowers into new pots via robotics.Thank you for your information about CafePress's return policy. Nothing is impossible as long as you spend time and effort to do it. .
Use water? Really?? Have you ever used or seen a DTG machine in action? How do you propose the machine cures the shirt without burning down the mall?When the technican reloads the T-****s in the unattended machine, he/she can check the printer head and clean it if necessary. The automatic head cleaning is not needed. If it is really necessary, just use water. Based on my experiment, as long as the printer prints onece a day or once every 2 or 3 days, the printer head will be clogged. Of couse, it also depends on the environment such as temperature. Maybe you have more experience. About copying, the invention can be patented.