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In that thread there are a few people talking about plastisol transfers as being cheap, easy, and attractive. Just how cheap, easy, and attractive are they? What sort of buy in is there for the equipment and supplies (not factoring in shirts)? How does the quality compare to silk screening? I ask because I've only know silk screen and CafePress-style heat transfers and I'd love a more flexible approach to printing and selling shirts.T-BOT said:I think most would prefer to press/make the shirt them selfs. IT'S SO EAZY. It take less than a MINUTE and you get a PROFESSIONAL high quality shirt like your competitor brands have or better.
Investing in a heat press becomes a company asset and its a small price to pay for the GREAT selection you can offer your clients.
There is no better way for a start up that needs selection.
IF your designs dont sell, you are not out of thousands of dollars with PRE-PRINTED Shirts.