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Certified Pre-Owned DTG Inkjet Garment Printers for sale
Prices like these make it easy start or expand your business and since all of our DTG Digital Garment Printers are "Certified Pre-Owned", you can be confident you are buying "good as new".....only cheaper!!
It means our technicians have inspected, adjusted and fine tuned your DTG Garment Printer to qualify for a NEW WARRANTY. SWF East stands behind every "Certified Pre-Owned" DTG as though it was brand new.
So what are you waiting for? Call a ColDesi representative now toll free (1-877-793-3278) and reserve one for your business...because these machines don't stick around.
The Advantages of Direct to Garment Printing
Have you ever had customers who wanted to get t shirts printed for a special occasion, only to be shut down by the costs that a t shirt screen printer has to charge for setup?
Have you ever had to have your customers radically adjust their t shirt artwork in order to make it a limited number of colors in order to keep the shirts affordable?
Have you ever lost a customer because you couldn’t fulfill their custom printing needs?
If you answered “yes” to any or all of these questions, then you may be the perfect candidate to add direct to garment printing to your apparel decorating business.
The Pros and Cons of Printing with White Ink
Digital t-shirt printers have forever changed the way that we view t-shirt decoration. Once you have decided to buy a digital t-shirt printing machine you are faced with not only a brand decision of whether you want and/or need the ability to print on dark garments. Do you buy a dtg printer that uses white ink or not?
There are several pros and cons to printing with white ink. They range from the cost of the actual output, to the added maintenance to the learning curve. When you boil it all down, the decision to use white ink is really based on the market you will be addressing, your willingness to learn and your expectations of return on your investment. Buying a direct to garment printer with white ink can be a great boost to your business – if the pros outweigh the cons.