Did you know that you could use your direct to garment printer to print directly onto fabric items other than T shirts?
If you are looking for added-value printing opportunities the latest inkjet printers and the ever increasing variety of ready-to-print blanks available gives the option to expand your range of bespoke products with items such as bags and cushions.
Epson recently teamed up with designer Bryony Benge-Abbott to print her designs on to cotton tote bags using Epson’s SureColor SC-F2000 direct to garment printer.
Bryony explained: “Epson SureColor technology has given me the freedom to explore new ways to produce a variety of products that I would never have thought possible before.
“The ability to print relatively small batches of a particular design means that I can produce exactly what I need, when I need it. I can test my designs very easily and react to changing market trends, without the danger of holding unwanted stock.”
The Epson SureColor SC-F2000 table-top printer is designed to give small to medium businesses a high performance, low maintenance printer that is easy to use and very reliable. With low running costs, this printer gives retailers, print shops and corporate users a flexible solution for printing on to a variety of items such as cotton bags for promotions, branding, craft, gifts – as well as T shirts.
Bryony concluded: “I used to think digital print technology was only for large organisations. Epson has developed printers that give small design businesses like mine the power to take our designs in many new creative directions. There really seems to be no limits.”
For more information visit www.epson.co.uk