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Business opportunities in T-Shirt printing in Australia and New Zealand

You would think that most of the printed T-Shirts we see are produced in China, like so many other products in our shops today.  It is not necessarily true. It is true that a large amount of the T-Shirt blanks come from Asian countries including China but much of the actual printing is done right here with the possible exception of those in the big chain stores such as K-Mart and Target, etc. who, more than likely, bring them in from Asia.

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A printer that converts bewteen a solvent and a textile printer in two minutes

The Neoflex is the only printer on the market that converts between a textile and solvent printer and back again in a matter of minutes.

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The future of T-Shirt printing

New technology always brings new processes and with the advancement in printing and ink technology in recent years, the way T-shirts are produced is now being challenged. Not only is technology driving change in the industry, the designers, influencers and also the customers are changing what to expect in a T-shirt these days.

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Kornit unveil their Avalanche DC Pro at FESPA Fabric

The Avalanche is designed for mass production, up to 300 shirts per hour.

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New TexjetPLUS printer

All the news coming out of Greece these days is pretty negative, however Greek manufacturer Polyprint is upbeat about its new printer, the TexjetPLUS, the successor of the Texjet printer which they say has been a best seller in the market since 2006.

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DTG Digital release toner based TST3 Trans Slam

DTG  Launch the new TST3 Trans Slam laser transfer system with NO weed white toner for black polyester and cotton garments.

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FESPA announce the winner of the FESPA Fabric 2012 t-shirt design competition!

Veronique Verdyck from PAS Belgium (  is set to become part of FESPA history as her t-shirt design will be printed and showcased as the official FESPA Fabric 2012 t-shirt.

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Brother introduce their new GT-3 series of DTG printers

Brother will  introduce its new GT-3 Series of digital garment printers at the ISS Long Beach this month and to the Australian market in April 2012.

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Kornit Digital release new software - QuickP Breeze 2.0

Kornit Digital has announced the release of its QuickP Breeze 2.0 program.

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Design opportunity for T-Shirt printers

FESPA is offering one innovative individual or business the chance to have their design showcased as the official FESPA Fabric 2012 t-shirt.

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DTG Digital and DecoNetwork announce global partnership to provide an e-commerce business kit for DTG users

Impression Technology and Wilcom DecoNetwork have announced a global agreement that will help direct to garment business owners join the on-line ranks of the Zazzle and cafepress of this world.

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Roland DG prints the future of T-Shirt graphics for NEXT exhibition

As part of Outpost Project, a first of its kind Street Art festival, NEXT is an exhibition that looks into the heart and soul of T-Shirt culture.

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AnaJet's new mPower

"It's all about speed", said Nick Wheatley from Victoria based Adco Engineering, when we met at FESPA Asia.

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The new DTG Digital – M2

DTG digital proudly announces the pending release of the new model DTG M2.

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New heat press films from Hexis

Computaleta in New Zealand recently introduced a new heat press vinyl called FLEX, made in France by Hexis graphics.

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DTG launch their Kiosk 3 (K3) model

The DTG Digital division of Impression Technology held it first European conference in Nottingham, United Kingdom on the 2nd of February 2010.

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