How can you make good money with “speaking” T-shirts?
The society in which we are living imposes us certain conditions. One of those condions is represented by obtaining a larger profit from small businesses, and not for long term, as it would be normal, but for small periods of time.
A very good idea with a great outlet among users is the use of some used printing machines to personalize a wide range of T-shirts with all sorts of messages or images. An increasingly commonly trend used in the last period is represented by the application of motivational messages or of those with soft funny tempt.
Using some used printer machines for that mater is really a very handy solution because it reduces the investment costs, while managing to offer the possibility of a substantial gain from the sale of the finished product. Although normally these shirts can be printed right at home, this is not exactly the most professional thing to do.
If you want something of quality, then it is best to seek for the services of an advanced digital printers, which can render a photographic quality image. In this way, the models displayed on the T-shirts, either in the form of text or as a beautiful image, will withstand many washings, even at high temperatures and even subsequent to the process of ironing the fabrics.
Unlike iron print method, digital printers use direct printing on the fabric. Such models can be printed up to A3 size in millions of colors, can print any models, regardless of their complexity and regardless of their size. An example of these type of fabric printer is universal printer A3 +, with a volume ink tank of 100 ml, with protective head printing, with a maximum resolution printing of 5760 dpi and with an automatic or manual end switch sensor, depending on user preferences.
The limitation of these printers consists only in width of the fabrics, their length not representing a major problem. Printer models as the Vega High Speed Digital Textile Printer or Chromo JET800 can do wonders in terms of application images on fabric.
Another way to create T-shirt designs is the use of adhesive models, by applying a subsequently pressure (vacuum), in order to be attached to the fabric. A widely used method in this case is the iron method, which consists in applying a slight pressure over the model and also over the fabric. These models are made of highly heat resistant polymers, their application is easy and the costs are minimal.
A disadvantage of direct printing on material costs refers to ink that is used, especially in very dark layers, while the iron method does not require conditioning of this kind. In both cases however, the fabric must be well stretched on flat surfaces and must not show any creases, which may prevent the adhesion of the model or the arrangement of the ink in a deficient way.
However, before you choose to print messages on the fabric of a shirt is good to have in mind the material from which it is made. The new generations of printers have no conditionings regarding material used, but prevention may be better than the subsequent repair.
“Speaking” T-shirts, those that deliver a particular message, are in high demand, especially among youth. All you need is a quality printer and lot of ideas. These can come from anywhere, and their beauty comes from the fact that it does not require too much processing. In this way you can create your own business and still quite profitable, especially if we consider the fact that we all seek constantly to distinguish ourselves by uniqueness.
In this case, you must not hesitate to buy all the things that you need, starting with the needed printer, which you can find on the website http://allforprintmarket.com/ .
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