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Sublimation Printing is unlike screen printing as it changes its printing rules and technology over time. At least not all, but to some extent. It is a type of disruptive technology that makes rules to increase personalized printing in less time. It is for the digital decorators who want to create full-color printed artwork, with

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Screen printing is a skillful printing job. And, that brings more room for mistakes. Especially beginners who often make these mistakes that must be avoided. However, it is not always easy to point out mistakes but a few are listed and identified here. Peek into these mistakes and minimize and eliminate altogether. 1. Do not

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The embroiders who don’t digitize or need a starting point of their business, stock designs are the best way. There are thousands of designs available, categorized under various themes that can be downloaded in several formats. That is to say, in just a few clicks, embroiders can start their stitching business. But if anyone wants

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Heat Press printing is the most preferred print method for custom printing jerseys, uniforms, team wear, etc. What makes Heat Press printing most preferred over others? Firstly, With a heat press machine, you can quickly and easily personalize your jerseys and perform heat transfer letters and numbers onto garments. Secondly, a heat press does not

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Direct-to-garment printers are self-explanatory as it clearly explains about printing jobs on a garment. Well, it’s true that the bulk of what you will print with a DTG machine is apparel: T-shirts, hoodies, tank tops, onesies, etc. The rest of the items you print on DTG are clothing: t-shirts, hoodies, tops of shorts, etc. Because

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Embroidery caps on commercial embroidery machines can be difficult and stressful. That can only be possible if you follow certain steps, to prepare to work under an embroidery machine. They are: 1. Preparing the Cap 2. Slide the Cap Frame 3. Slide the Prepared Cap into the frame 4. Press Down on the Bill 5.

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