SLG Art Boutiki Runs Band Shirts on mPower mP5
Check out this YouTube video just posted by a new AnaJet customer, SLG Art Boutiki. They’re using the mPower mP5 digital apparel printer to print a full-color band shirt for a customer. They expect to print them on the spot for concerts.
The mP5 appears to be running in fine mode with high saturation, so the print takes just under a minute. Imagine what they could do with twice as many print heads on the mP10. They can be found at www.artboutiki.com. Good luck, folks!
Update: SLG added a page dedicated to their d-t-g product offering. They posted some basic single-unit pricing. Might be nice to check out how they’re marketing this as far as verbiage.
They communicate the value to the end customer perfectly:
“Unlike screen printing, digital apparel printing is a high resolution, full-color process. Basically anything you can get out of a laser printer or desktop inkjet printer you can get out of our new DTG machine. It prints equally well on dark or light shirts (dark shirts cost more though) and unlike screen printing the finished product does not feel like a giant plastic shield on your chest. Examples of shirts we are selling in our gallery can be seen here.”
I hope to see their gallery expand over time. Good luck folks!