Looking For Printer to Print T-shirts

I am looking for a printer suitable for printing T-shirts. Must be good quality.

Cheers.

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  • +10 votes

    what kind of paper will the shirts be made out of?

  • +1 vote

    Have you checked under the stairs?

  • +1 vote

    PC Load Letter…

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    What printer you buy depends on the shirt material. Polyester? Cotton?

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      Cotton

  • +2 votes

    DTG printers are very expensive.

    Is this to establish a new business?

    If not, just outsource it.

  • +2 votes

    There's a Brisbane company called The Print Bar which does a good job, they even have a print on demand setup so you can white label, depending on what you're trying to do.

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    check out Tshirtmall.com.au .
    i have used them a few times since they were first posted in here.
    they still do a $20 delivered, design your own shirt(black or white only)
    good tshirts..Gildan brand from states

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      I have some band t shirts that are Gildan brand. They are thick and good quality but scratchy like a Hessian sack despite like 20 washes by now

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      I like Gildan shirts (and they will never have the soft spun feel of some stretchy shirts, but they are not scratchy).
      Vistaprint black shirts are Gildan and often discounted to $15 or $16 delivered (i usually buy via the UK site for better pricing).

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    This is Ozbargain
    Transfer paper and Electric Iron

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      Pfft. White t-shirt and permanent marker.

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      Is the quality as good as DTG?

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    Cricut? Seems to be the rage atm.

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    This guy is selling 4 Brother GTX for $4000 each. If you can get him to sell you one its a decent deal as they are 25k RRP.
    https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/arundel/printers-scanners/br...

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      Sure it's not a scam?

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        No looks like a print shop is closing, this is not the current model and hes trying to get rid of all 4. Might be hard to get him to part out.