I just got my F2000 about two weeks ago and I have been screen printing all day (as usual) and staying late at night to learn how to use it. My DTG is an Haddon to my shop and my business does not in any way revolve around it.Wow you guys must work twenty hours a day seven day a week to print that many shirts treating and pressing would easily take longer than that at ten minutes a shirt over 500 shirts a week how do you do that ??
Yes, I set that - but nothing changes. Now I have a clogged white print head - so I'll be calling Epson in the morning. Dang it.You may already know this but when you find the setting click on it and a slider will drop down. Adjust the slider to change the time of delay in seconds.
I ran into the same thing, with the same shirts, Gildan Heavy weight is not a good fit for DTG, I just ordered some Anvil 780 combed 100% ring spun cotton shirts, the thighter the thread the better it'll hold the ink from whats been shared. Here is a list of top shirts given to me to use.Hi Guys,
I just got setup with my new Epson F2000 and did some test prints with the technician and everything was going ok, today I pretreated a Black Shirt and the image came out really bad
Also is there anyway to make the images pop more? they all look washed out when I print on the shirt. I'm currently using Gildan Heavy Cotton shirts
Also, could people show me pictures of White on a Black shirt? and what brand shirts are best for the F2000
I pay $2.9-$3.2 for Sportage Combed cotton & $5 for Gildan 2000I agree but the Gildan Ultra 2000's print surprisingly well and a great price to boot.
They've never had a website that's why many people don't know about them, but they are the main Gildan supplier in Aus' so give them a call.No I have been getting my Gildan from wholesaletshirts.com.au
Do they have a website?