Industry Advice

Where will DTG be in five years’ time…

Resolute DTG’s managing director, Colin Marsh, talks about the past, present and the future of direct to garment printing. If you grew up in the late 80s you will probably remember the burst of colour that became available on the high street. Hail the dawn of the colour copier, no …

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An introduction to colour management for sublimation – part two

In the second part of a series of articles on colour management, Sawgrass’ global public relations manager, Robin Kavanagh, provides further insight into this key process for ensuring you are able to print the correct colours when sublimating products. Your goal with any printing project is to have the colours …

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Tighten up on your production to prevent downtime

With over 30 years’ experience in the embroidery industry Amaya Sales UK’s managing director, Peter Wright, is well placed to provide advice on preventing embroidery machine downtime and increasing profit. Just take a walk around your production area and check how many of your embroidery heads have stopped, for how …

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Save both time and money with some top tips

Do you want some advice to use when buying a used DTG printer and on how to save time and money with scheduled servicing? Well look no further, as Colin Marsh, Resolute DTG’s managing director, shares his top tips. If you are in the market for a pre-owned direct to …

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How does DTG printing compare with other garment printing processes?

Have you ever wondered why you should choose DTG above other print methods? Managing director of Amaya Sales UK, Peter Wright, explores the differences and similarities. Direct to garment printing is now a major player in the garment decoration market. It gives an excellent feel, gives very good washability, prints …

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Time saving tips and multiple DTG finishes

Resolute DTG’s managing director, Colin Marsh, shares his top tips for saving time and for creating various different finishes for your direct to garment prints. Trends change, some companies follow them while others create them. On August 6, 1991 the World Wide Web went live and changed the way businesses …

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Could you be wasting money with your screen cleaning process?

William Shorter, product manager of CPS – Chemical Products and Services, takes a closer look at various screen reclaiming processes available today and some of the pitfalls that could cost you more than you think. Screen reclaiming is a dirty job that is often given to the new starter or …

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An introduction to colour management for sublimation – part one

In the first part of a series of articles on colour management, Sawgrass’ global public relations manager, Robin Kavanagh, provides an insight into this key process for ensuring you are able to print the correct colours when sublimating products. With any digital printing process this can be a challenge due …

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How to meet deadlines and maximise margins

Resolute DTG’s managing director, Colin Marsh, provides some useful production tips for direct to garment printing and associated decoration methods. Part of being a successful garment decorator is matching the best decoration method with the right garment, and if multiple decoration methods are offered, stock of blank garments can sometimes …

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