The Durham based garment customization specialists have added a new Direct to Garment printing machine to their industry leading customisation facilities to keep up with the demand for digital printing. Workwear Express can now print full colour designs onto T-shirts with no minimum order, no set up fees, no design constrains and a fast turnaround from as little as 1 T-shirt per design.
The Managing director at Workwear Express, Andrew Ward said “The new DTG machine shows our commitment to our customers. We hope the new Brother T-shirt printer will help us to capture a new market.”
Direct to Garment printing is the latest technology in T-shirt customisation.
This method of printing a design directly onto a T-shirt is becoming very popular as it offers a similar result to screen printing but without any screen set up costs. This makes it much more cost effective for smaller quantities or designs with a lot of colours.
Workwear Express is one of the UK’s leading T-shirt printers as well as Workwear and uniform providers. The company was established over 20 years and has some of the best printing facilities available in the UK.
The company purchased the Direct to Garment printer after noticing an increasing demand for low volume and one off prints.
Andrew said “We have seen a large increase in the demand on our printed T-shirt department and we believe that this machine will help us to continue to grow in the printwear market through 2013 and beyond.”
Printed apparel is becoming more and more popular, not just in retail but for individuals who want to design their own T-shirts for an upcoming event or to start their own business.
By investing in a Direct to Garment printing machine, Workwear Express can now cater for customers who want smaller quantities of less than 20 printed T-shirts for gifts, retail, hen and stag parties and other special occasions.
The company believes its continued investment in its facilities will see the Workwear Express brand expand even further into the printed apparel industry.
Workwear Express are leading T-shirt printers with one of the UK largest T-shirt printing facilities in the UK.
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