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I'm doing some shirts, Tumblers, and water bottles for a new coffee shop. I've Never did anything like this, and I need help. The design is super busy! It is 9 colors. I've tried just making it all one color, but is still alot of weeding. I tried a ink jet htv, but it looked terrible. Also I was wondering if anyone knew of a good printable waterproof vinyl to use for the tumblers? Also the shirts that I'm doing are black!
Hi all, looked through the forum, saw some older posts about this, but would like to hit this topic again, as hopefully new solutions. I am looking into trying to Print with my inkjet printer, and then laminate it, and then cut it in my Graphtec FC7000-100. SO questions are.... 1. What program could I use, that hopefully you have experience with using (can be paid program obviously, does not have to be freeware) 2. what materials would you recommend? 3. The overall process you do, and how well does it work? thanks in advance! -Russ
HolyMoley posted a topic in Other MaterialsAbout to order a roll of self-adhesive polypropylene vinyl that I intend to print with my HP inkjet then contour cut with the Titan 3 I just received. However, before I do... Since I have cut nothing yet, I wanted to make sure that the cutter can handle this particular media. It's a cheap no-name media that is 8 mil at 205g. It will take my HP inks but I didn't know how the cutter would handle it (is 8 mil too thin or too light?). And, can the cutter handle something that is self-adhesive? Thanks!
Hello, I own a Vinyl Graphics co, I Currently Use a Kodak Printer to do ALL my Order forms, lets just say it takes about 2 hrs to print 100 order forms, I got through print heads like crazy thank goodness the Ink is Cheap. So My intentions was to buy a Color Laser Printer for the Speed...I have a Heat Press and we were going to Try to Cut Vinyl and Press it, We did a few Shirts and realized that This would take Forever! So I was looking into Printing my Graphics and Pressing them. Im also starting a candy wrapper Business, I have been Searching for WEEKS for a printer...I had talked to a business that owns a Konica , Not sure what Model but they use it to print transfers, I havent found a forum that has discussed the Konica, I was going to buy a Ricoh and thats what I was leaning to BUT My Question is, Im on a budget, I want to know if there is a printer that will Print my Documents and everyday printing at a decent speed, unlke my kodak, AND be able to Print Heat Transfers, one other thing is I want to Print on light and dark clothing. PLEASE help, I have spent weeks looking and LOL dont know what the Heck im to look for basically. I dont want to get expensive Nor cheap.