01 Oct 2020
To find the best equipment for your T-shirt printing business it's important to know the benefits and drawbacks of the different technologies available.

Garment printing – finding the right technology for your business

If you want to start a new garment printing business, or replace your current T-shirt printing technology, there are probably more options available to you now than ever before.

Silvering can be a problem for photography and fine art, but one that can be solved. Drytac's Gilbert Espinosa explains how to eliminate these silvery lines.

Drytac Blog: Combat silvering to create gold-star work

Silvering is a common issue that occurs when laminating a printed job. It's caused by tiny bubbles of air getting trapped under the lamination, creating the appearance of hazy or silver reflective lines.

Ricoh blog: How to bring the benefits of large format to your print operation.

Bringing the benefits of large format to your print operation

Ricoh recently hosted a webinar about large format print and how print businesses could benefit from adding these services to their operations. You can catch up with the session on-demand here.

This blog, authored by Nick Macfarlane, direct-to-garment sales specialist at Ricoh UK, looks at the personalised products market and the potential offered by digital direct-to-garment textile printing.

Why your business needs direct-to-garment printing

The promotional goods market is creative and varied, covering everything from luxury corporate gifts to cheap-and-cheerful giveaways. But as the sector gets busier, and the events calendar recovers from a fallow period, it's essential that businesses in this market work smarter.

Businesses looking to diversify must keep the fundamentals of their business in mind when considering new revenue streams or routes to market.

These 4 simple steps will help you to diversify successfully

Many businesses are looking for ways to adjust and adapt as the business landscape continues to evolve.

Kent-based PressOn is celebrating two decades in the print business. Managing Director Andy Wilson gives an insight into its evolution and survival.

LFR Spotlight on PressOn the wide-format print specialists

PressOn was established in 2000, but it's not just its birth date that marks it out as a fully 21st century business. Based in Kent, the large format digital printing and installation company has won loyal customers across the UK, thanks to its ethos of evolution.