Printing on Mugs
Mugs are one of those everyday products that can easily become a cherished item if it has the right message or graphics on it. From a “World’s Best Dad” mug to a set of tea cups with personalized artwork, graphics experts can add substantial value to ceramics by printing on mugs, cups and other drinkware. With Texart dye-sublimation printers, you can build a profitable, on-demand personalization business.
A Dye-Sublimation Set-Up for Printing on Mugs
Roland Texart dye-sublimation printers create graphics for heat transferring onto mugs via a heat press device. Special dye-sublimation inks penetrate the mug surface for a graphic customization solution that holds up to dishwashing.
Personalize Mugs with Messages, Logos and Graphics
Whether you’re adding names to mugs or customizing them with company logos, there are a lot of profitable opportunities for graphics providers to supply unique drinkware products to customers. Print designs with a Roland Texart printer and heat transfer them onto mugs to create high-quality custom mug products with bright colors and long-lasting ink results.
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Add Your Own Designs to Mugs for Resale
Get Started with Sublimation: Tackling 3D Objects
See how to dye-sublimate onto mugs and other three-dimensional objects in this essential webinar that covers the equipment needed, the 3D sublimation process, and avoiding common mistakes.
Offering fast, high-volume graphics for printing on mugs and other ceramics, it was built for continuous and effortless production on long print runs and features dual print heads, automatic ink-switching, and advanced ink modes.TEXART XT-640
Easy-to-operate and offering brilliant print results, the RT-640 features advanced ink modes and automatic ink switching to provide excellent productivity when printing on mugs and other ceramic applications.
Easy-to-operate, brilliant print results, and with the option to print direct-to-fabric or onto transfer paper, the RT-640M offers unique versatility for anyone who’s looking to dye-sublimate onto hard goods like mugs, as well as printing banners and other fabric applications.