Performing proper care and maintenance will help ensure that the VersaSTUDIO BT-12 desktop DTG printer performs optimally over the long haul. Assist your customers in getting the most out their BT-12 printers by sharing these useful cleaning tips with them.
Unlike other Texart family printers, the newly launched XT-640S direct-to-garment printer doesn’t come bundled with ErgoSoft Roland DG Edition Software. It comes with an equally powerful RIP, however – CADLINK Digital Factory Apparel Pro, Roland DG Edition. This Quick Tip informs users about some added-value services included with the new RIP.
Use of a pretreatment for DTG applications can help improve wash durability, ink adhesion, and vibrancy. The problem is, there’s no “one size fits all” solution and pretreating a garment doesn’t necessarily guarantee the user will get the desired results. However, the pretreatment steps outlined in this Quick Tip can help VersaSTUDIO BT-12 users achieve a better outcome.
Are you in the market for a Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printer? Is this your first venture into DTG printing? Even if you’re not a novice, a DTG printer has different requirements and processes than other printers. The following blog post takes a look at some key questions to consider if you’re shopping for a DTG printer.
If you’re thinking of getting started with apparel decoration, or simply expanding your current product offerings beyond signs and banners, it’s important that you know which options are out there. Do you go with a DTG (direct-to-garment) printer or invest in a dye-sublimation printer? View this comprehensive webinar and walk away with info that will help you make an informed decision.
- An overview of DTG and dye-sublimation printers
- The differences between the two technologies
- Start-up costs and requirements for both types of printers