Wednesday, May 29, 2013

OKI Transfer Printers Versus Anajet and Brother DTG Direct-to-Garment Printers

Many of our customers have looked at other technologies for producing on-demand t-shirts or garments and have inquired as to the major differences between LED transfer products as compared to Anajet and Brother direct-to-garment (dtg) printers. We have compiled an overview of the differences between LED and DTG imaging. The major advantages of the OKI transfer technologies are as follows:
  • Lower Cost for Printers and Toner
  • Faster Printing Speed
  • Virtually No Maintenance Cost
  • Ability to Work with Far More Fabric Types
  • Compatability with Material Types Such as Glass, Plastic, Leather, Wood, Metal, and Many Others
  • Much More Versatile and Compatible with Many Different Substrates
For more in-depth coverage please click: LED vs DTG

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

GO and OKI Data Announce New 2 For 1 Printer Plan--Buy an OKI pro920WT and Receive a C711G Printer-FREE!

Starting immediately GO and OKI have announced a new promotion which offers a free OKI C711G printer with the purchase of an OKI pro920WT. An overview of this plan is as follows:

  • Two Production Printers for the Price of One--$7,495 (Free C711G Printer!)
  • • First Complete Transfer and Marketing Solution
  • • Produces Dark, Black, Light, White Garments, Transfers, and Marketing Materials
  • • Includes OKI Toner (CMYW) and (CMYK) Starter Set
  • • OKI C711G Printer Lists at $1,295--FREE

For added information please go to:

Tuesday, May 7, 2013

GO MiniMax Contour Cutter Featured in SnapGuide

What are the steps needed to use a combination of the GO UNO LED Transfer Printer and GO's new MiniMax 16-inch Contour Cutter? We have the answer. 

Featured in our latest SnapGuide, all you have to do is follow the instructions step-by-step instructions at: Following the step-by-step pictorial makes it an easy process to both image and then cut the transfer piece and transfer properly. Although this pictorial is showing the GO UNO, the same process applies to using the OKI pro920WT or the OKI 711WT transfer printers. 

The MiniMax Contour Cutter lists for $995 with further information at Learn More MiniMax