Hello! We are thrilled to announce an exciting site for the direct-to garment industry, a new source for news, information and all things direct to garment printer (DTG) — DTGPrintermachine.com.
Think of this as our way to connect with all of you—our loyal DTG customers!
We have one clear goal; our family of companies, including Colman and Company, ColDesi and Rapid Labels—can present to you the newest ideas, innovations, products and procedures that will help you in increasing your business.
If you are just starting out in the industry, considering upgrading to a new DTG machine or visiting us for the first time—WELCOME!
To find out more Ideas regarding Printed T-shirts you very much welcome to read it here.
Let us show you a little more about the Colman and Company line of companies—ColDesi, Rapid Labels and, of course, Colman and Company:
In the Direct-to-Garment and apparel decorating business, ColDesi is a technology leader—the “device” side of Colman and Company. Founded as a company called SWFEast over a decade ago, ColDesi is responsible for introducing many of today’s innovations in direct-to-garment printing, as well as embroidery and rhinestone transfers.
Our prominent role in the industry is striking to anyone who attends industry trade shows such as SGIA or the Imprinted Sportswear Show.
What puts ColDesi ahead of the pack? It is our lineup of leading-edge apparel decorating machines:
- DTG brand Direct to Garment Printers – The DTG brand has the premier direct-to-garment printers on the market, it is one of the reasons T-shirt printing has become the most popular of apparel decorating technology.
- CAMS Automatic Rhinestone Setting Machines – One of fastest growing business models is the creation of rhinestone T-shirts, transfers and decals; the CAMS system has become the standard in commercial production technology. CAMS is powerful, easy to use, and productive—the perfect tool to make the most of your apparel business.
At ColDesi, we live by three basic rules:
- Knowledge – No one knows more about direct-to-garment, embroidery and rhinestone transfer technology and business than the sales and service people of ColDesi.
Here in CA it is saturated.
My friend bought a simple screen printing machine some time ago and has not made back his investment.
The problem is, actual screen printing shops have the more sophisticated presses and can work in volume better than a little guy, so even if you get a few small sample orders once they go to full production they probably will not need your services.
Plus the most savvy shirt makers source their screen printers on the internet, and I'm not just talking about Cafe Press--when my bro needed cool promo t-shirts he found a printer that could do gold metallic and used American Apparel t's in really cool cuts that were super popular among his indie fans