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Screen printer looking to outsource embroidery and/or DTG

3 years 10 months ago #16132 by LowBrow
Hello!
New to deconetwork,
We are a screen printing shop located in CT.

Looking for someone to outsource embroidery and possibly DTG orders to. We've had numerous requests for embroidery, but have always had to turn them down since we only offer screen printing currently. Looking to be able to offer it to our existing clients as well as take on new ones we've had to pass on before.

Any help or info would be appreciated,

Thanks!

- Low Brow Printshop

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3 years 8 months ago #16468 by speedyny
I would love to help you. Let me know what you need to know. www.custom101prints.com

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2 years 11 months ago - 2 years 11 months ago #18235 by princy
Instead of outsourcing your DTG work you can still invest in a low maintenance DGT printer. Available in the market are newer models that can print on a wider range of fabrics and have features that will save you a lot of money and time wasted on on breakdowns. Some of them are even half the cost and twice as good as our other DTG Printers out there. I'm always researching on emerging DTG technologies, and I have come across DTGs that come with bulk ink system and their maintenance cost is extremely. Check out the FreeJet series of direct to garment printers.

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