Making your first foray into a new market can be challenging. It’s easy to make mistakes and some of those can be costly. If you’re a sign business considering expanding into garment decoration, you may be thinking about buying your first heat press. There are lots of sizes and styles to choose from ranging from under $300 to over $12,000. Making the wrong choice can mean spending too much or buying too little. Both mistakes can stunt the growth of your business. How do you make the right decision? This post will help.
If you’re looking for a versatile digital transfer solution, we have exciting news. The IColor 600 series is back and better than ever. UniNet’s IColor laser transfer printers have set the standard for versatility and value. The IColor 550, 550s and 560 have been extremely popular despite their page size limitation. The new IColor 650 […]
One of Shakespeare’s most famous verses is from Romeo and Juliet. “That which we call a rose, by any other name would smell as sweet”. EnduraTex heat transfer film can be used to create pictures of roses and heat-apply them to sweet-looking custom apparel. That apparel would be just as durable and profitable if EnduraTex […]
Not everyone who wants to start printing and selling T-shirts needs to cover dark garments. Sometimes you just want to put a nice color graphic on a cotton tee. We hear you. That’s why we’ve expanded our T-shirt printer media line to include a new inkjet heat transfer paper. Logical Color RGP inkjet paper has […]
We have recently expanded our t-shirt printing product line with the addition of RICOH ChromaBlast R and SubliJET R systems from Sawgrass. While these provide wonderfully soft and durable color imprints, they do have one drawback. Both are limited to use on white or pastel colored shirts. Imprints on black, dark gray, red, etc require a different approach. That’s why we offer DarkJET inkjet transfer media.
If in 2019, you had said that face masks were going to be a fashion statement in a year, you probably would have been called crazy or would have been stared at like you had a third eye. But here we are in 2020, and times are a little different. With the current climate, if […]