Founding Allmade 2016 was a pivotal year in my wife and I’s shop. We took on several new pieces of equipment and a whole slew of challenges, signed a lease on a new building, got approval to initiate a Direct To Garment Demo Program in our Shop, and joined Ryonet in founding Allmade. There is […]
One of the great features of the Epson F2000 is the RIP software that is included with it – Garment Creator. RIP stands for Raster Image Processor, and is the name for the type of software that converts a digital image into a format the printer can understand. While Garment Creator is not graphics software […]
If you have browsed industry forums or visited a trade show in the past few years, you know that Direct-To-Garment printing is shaking up the industry and providing a plethora of new options for garment decorators that were not available a decade ago. While adding DTG as a profit center is a great fit for […]
Direct to Garment (DTG) printers use inkjet printheads to “print” onto the garment. The ink itself is made up of water, pigment and other proprietary materials. The printheads force little chunks of pigment out of a tiny nozzle and can cause some issues that we need to be prepared for. White ink is the biggest […]
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A (DTG) direct to garment printer is a digital printer that, you guessed it, prints directly onto the fabric. Direct to garment printers are great because they have the ability to maintain high detail, have full vibrant colors and result in beautiful prints. Sound easy enough? It can be if you do it right and […]
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