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
Notepads are the kind of everyday items that mean so much more when they have a personal logo, message or piece of personal artwork on them. The following printed notepad examples illustrate the kinds of personalized notepad graphics that you can create with VersaUV flatbed printers, Texart dye-sublimation printers and the LD-80 laser decorator.
When designing signs for buildings, there are strict ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) rules and regulations to ensure compliancy. To help you create an ADA compliant sign design, we’ve produced the following guide to take you through the basics of ADA signage, including an overview on prepping your file for print in Adobe Illustrator (AI) software.
Leather has always been a highly valuable material. Used in the production of many high-end fashion and décor products, leather becomes even more valuable if you’re able to personalize it with logos, patterns, art, and text. The following examples of leather customization illustrate the many types of leather products you can print directly onto with VersaUV flatbed technologies.