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Print Aura's apps automatically prints & ships t-shirts
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Print Aura has now made it possible to automatically print and ship shirts directly to customers of Shopify, WooCommerce, Storenvy, and Etsy store owners.
 
For both new shirt design entrepreneurs and existing e-commerce mavens, adding custom shirts to their list of online products is an incredibly easy way to passively monetize sites while garnering physical brand awareness.
 
Print Aura’s apps are free to install and configure, making testing the service easy and safe. Store owners can install the app, upload their designs, and publish shirts to their stores for free. There is even an API for developers.
 
Customers’ orders are automatically fulfilled by Print Aura once sales have been reviewed and finalized. Print Aura can print on over 100 kinds of shirts in all colors on direct to garment Kornit shirt printers, front and back, with print sizes up to 14” x 18”. Print Aura can even apply branded labels on shirt necks.
 
The package customers receive is white-label with the user’s logos and business information printed on the packing slip and the return label. Print Aura offers fast order turnarounds, with most items being shipped within 3-5 business days.
 
Granted, there are many ways to print and ship shirts online. Print Aura’s software-as-a-service marks the first time that apps have been created specifically for shirt fulfillment across so many different e-commerce platforms without inventory or risk.
 
As Print Aura’s founder Matt Brickley says, “It seems the only question left for e-commerce store owners is, ‘Are you ready to build your brand?’”
 

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