GarmentPrinter.com provides industrial-grade equipment to maximize your investment.
We have equipment if you are just starting your business and need to run small jobs all the way through complex business needs that require high production in a modular platform.
Our specialist will tailor a solution that will best suit your your goals from start to finish. We represent Garment Printers, Embroidery, Laser, Sublimation, Drying as well as speciality equipment. Brands you can trust and a team with unmatched expertise to help you maximize your investment.
It all starts with the viability of the machine. Make sure the printer you choose is built by a company known for its manufacturing prowess and has a proven track record of producing quality equipment. You and your printer will be in business together for a long time, and you want the manufacturer to be around as long as you will.
AT YOUR SIDE FOR SUPPORT:
Over the years, you’ll need supplies, new parts, and a certain amount of advice and expertise. So be sure to check out how the manufacturer of your printer will support you now and in the future.
GET TO KNOW HOW IT WORKS:
Test-drive your printer before you buy. Take a piece of your artwork to the dealer and ask to see it printed on the machine you are considering. Observe the entire process from start to finish. Understand what software programs can be used, how things are laid out, and what settings are available in the printing software. Go through the entire process of pretreating (for white inks), printing and curing, and then find out what is required to properly maintain all of the equipment.
SOLUTIONS FOR ALL SIZES AND SHAPES:
If you want to expand your product offering beyond adult t-shirts, you should ask what other types of platens are available. Shirts for women and youth may require a smaller platen. Baby clothing would require an even smaller one. Does your printer offer accessories that allow you to easily print on specialty items like bags, caps, and shoes? If you have your own ideas on something unique you want to print, do you have the ability to create your own custom platens? How hard would this be?