Evaluating a digital garment printer for your business? See how our customers have jump-started a new line of business or introduced a new offering based on the AnaJet apparel printer platform.
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I first saw AnaJet at a tradeshow and brought my son to see a demo when AnaJet held a road show in Philadelphia. Within five minutes of seeing the printer, my son was already downloading and printing custom graphics. The printer paid for itself in the first six months; our first year printing with the AnaJet we sold 11,000 shirts. We used to be pushing this business away to a screen printer, but now that we print in-house we pull in roughly an additional $5 per shirt. I call my AnaJet the legal way of printing money!
Henry Landau, V.P.
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“Twenty one years ago I walked away from a corporate management job and have never looked back. We started as an embroidery and silk-screen company; but we started getting requests for smaller orders, orders with LOTS of colors, photos, and with little or no lead time. After a little research we found a perfect way to handle all of these orders: an AnaJet Digital Apparel Printer.
Within months we found that not only was the AnaJet filling that need, it was also our fastest growing profit center. Our AnaJet printer is by far the single most profitable piece of equipment in the shop.
After seeing how well we did with the printer in 2009, we put more of our sales emphasis in digital apparel printing and less on embroidery. Digital printing is quicker, easier, and significantly more profitable than embroidery. In 2010 we ran slightly over 14,000 prints. Our average resale went up significantly due to our ARTPrint sales. $75.00 for an unframed art print is easy money!”
Creative Promotions, Inc.
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“We added an AnaJet digital garment printer at our Signs Now location about nine months ago. In the first 90 days, our new business paid for the machine totally. Our first job was 400 T-shirts in less than a week. Customers are willing to pay $18 to $22 for full color, personalized t-shirts. Our cost is less than $2 per shirt and up to $2 for printing. The venues for the AnaJet are limitless.”
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Max Creations is a family run home-based business. After receiving our AnaJet printer, we have never looked back.
Our first month sales grossed well over $2000.00 and 90% of the time we average $18-20 per garment. We have hit many markets in the Houston area such as baseball and softball little league parent shirts, all star shirts, automotive companies, church groups, crawfish t’s, bar & grill t’s, and much more. Buying the AnaJet is one of the vest business decisions we have made.
Fernando and Alice
My wife and I operate Prairie Winds Specialty Design out of our home, just north of Wichita, KS. We offer screen printing, embroidery, large format printing and promotional services. Since we added the AnaJet to our business, our business has quadrupled, and we’re still growing! Our primary business is now printing t-shirts, and 90% of the shirts we print are on black or dark shirts and rhinestones. Most of our business comes from word of mouth or repeat customers. The AnaJet has been an invaluable tool for our business.
Prairie Winds Specialty Designs
P.O. Box 639
Burrton, KS 67020-9215
In just the second week with our SPRINT, we received an order for 200 t-shirts for a car show! A week later, I received confirmation on our second 200 piece order: 200 golf shirts with a logo on the front and full color print on the back for $20 each.
Our goal was to average 300-400 shirts a month within 3-4 months after purchasing the system, but in the first month with our AnaJet we sold over 600 shirts!
The Village Engravers, Inc.