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Mon Nov 03, 2008 10:02 am

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: where can i source a spinning pavement sign please?

Replies: 6

Views: 684

Thanks everyone, just what i was looking for.

Mark

Sat Nov 01, 2008 2:11 pm

Forum: General Sign Topics

Topic: where can i source a spinning pavement sign please?

Replies: 6

Views: 684

where can i source a spinning pavement sign please?

Had a request from a customer for what they have described is a spinning pavement sign. They described it as having a square (presumably water filled) base and the upper sign part rather than being flat is slightly curved into a subtle 's' shape to aid spinning. Can anyone suggest a supplier for the...

Sat Oct 18, 2008 9:42 am

Forum: Sublimation Printing

Topic: Direct to Garment

Replies: 20

Views: 4389

Still cheaper than a 1 pallet Kornit at £55k or 2 pallet for £100k.

I think we paid about £13750.00 + VAT for our Brother and it more than pays for itself, although garment decoration is a major part of our business. I'll be seriously considering trading it up to the white ink version.

Mark

Mon Oct 06, 2008 10:54 am

Forum: Sublimation Printing

Topic: Direct to Garment

Replies: 20

Views: 4389

Dan, Print cost will vary due to size of print - eg left chest 5 - 15p, A4 size 25-60p and maybe upto £1.50 for full print area with heavy ink coverage. Max print area is 14" x 16" and you can print over seams etc. Typical print time is 30-60 seconds for a front chest print approx A4 in si...

Mon Oct 06, 2008 9:50 am

Forum: Sublimation Printing

Topic: Direct to Garment

Replies: 20

Views: 4389

Mark, I can only speak for results from our Brother but cracking is not an issue at all, the print can best be described as similar to sublimation in the fact that it becomes part of the material rather than sitting on top of the fibres. Longevity of print is a lot down to curing ie heatpressing aft...

Sun Oct 05, 2008 9:29 pm

Forum: Sublimation Printing

Topic: Direct to Garment

Replies: 20

Views: 4389

Dan, We have a Brother GT541 and it's been a superb piece of kit. The big downside as most people will tell you is that it doesn't have a white ink option and is one of the more expensive machines despite this. However if I had the option to buy again I'd still get this machine over those with white...

Fri Jul 27, 2007 5:54 pm

Forum: Sublimation Printing

Topic: Starting Out Printing T Shirts

Replies: 12

Views: 3784

T-Shirts

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Tue Jul 17, 2007 6:38 pm

Forum: General Printing Topics

Topic: Digital Printing onto Garments

Replies: 8

Views: 1349

Digital Printing

We're doing digital printing with a Brother GT-541. We've done the obvious t-shirts jobs, but also bags, towels and pillow cases of all things. Our machine although probably one of the more expensive will only allow print onto white or light coloured shirts or just dark colours onto mid coloured shi...

Fri Mar 04, 2005 9:26 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: Printwear 'n' Promotion

Replies: 18

Views: 1890

A Little Disappointed

I have to agree with many of the previous comments. I went to the show on the Sundaywith two objectives. One to upgrade our embroidery capacity with the purchase of a new multihead machine. Had my mind set on a particualr machine and after an good demo put a package together. My second objective was...

Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:27 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: I'm a newbie (Chester)

Replies: 3

Views: 560

I'm a newbie (Chester)

Hi everyone, Just a few lines to formally introduce myself to the board. My company is called Repro Grafix and my main line of business is promotional merchadise and corporate gifts. I do some vinyl work, just basic as I've had no training and am picking it up as I go along, the cutter is used mainl...

Tue Dec 07, 2004 10:10 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: how do you advertise your business??????

Replies: 29

Views: 2112

Going back to the breakfast clubs, it takes a little while to build trust and relationships with other members, after all they need to be happy that you will fullfill the requirements of the people they refer you to. I have also found (and this seems to be the general rule of thumb) that the amount ...

Tue Dec 07, 2004 6:21 pm

Forum: Say Hello & Off Topic Chat

Topic: how do you advertise your business??????

Replies: 29

Views: 2112

Hi everyone, I'm new to this board, I don't class myself as a signmaker as such, promotional merchandise is my main line of business. I thinks it's fair to say that we all get our best business through word of mouth, I decided to take it one step further and join a local business breakfast club. I c...

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