New Epson F2000 Allows Milk Prints to Produce One-Off Custom Printed T-Shirts

Advanced device allows full-service print shop to lower its minimum t-shirt printing order to a single unit, Milk Prints reports

Milk Prints has added a new Epson F2000 Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printer to its lineup of printing equipment. The new acquisition allows the company to lower its minimum order to 1 t-shirt, making it even easier than before to get the Custom Printed T-shirts Greenville, SC area residents so often enjoy.

As a full-service printing company, Milk Prints offers top-quality, on-site design services and carries out all printing locally. The addition of the new Epson F2000 DTG printer reflects the company's commitment to always seeking new ways to serve clients even more successfully. Small minimum order requirements enabled by the new printer will open up entirely new creative possibilities for people and businesses throughout the area.

"We're happy to report that we've just taken delivery of our brand-new Epson F2000 printer," said Milk Prints owner Lara Schuchart. "This impressive machine is the result of years of hard work by talented Epson engineers and truly represents the state of the art in DTG printing. Most importantly, it allows us to turn out one-off projects and other small orders cost-effectively and without sacrificing quality. We think our clients are really going to be thrilled by what the F2000 can do and the options it opens up."

For many years, custom-printed t-shirts have most commonly been produced by screen printing, where a tailor-made mesh is used to enable the transfer of ink to targeted parts of the garment's fabric. While screen printing remains an important and frequently attractive option, the introduction to the industry of the first DTG printers beginning in 2004 was momentous. Because DTG printers do not require significant setup, there are no associated costs needing to be amortized over a production run, making much smaller orders financially practical.

The Epson F2000 DTG printer is a cutting-edge device that combines quality of output with reliability and impressive production capacity. By enabling Milk Prints to accept printed t-shirt orders as small as one piece, the new printer opens up exciting new options for clients. More information is available at the Milk Prints website, where visitors can also request free custom order quotes of their own.

About Milk Prints:
As the Greenville area's leading full-service print shop, Milk Prints offers top-quality in-house design services and carries out all work locally.

Contact Info:
Name: Lara Schuchart
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Organization: Milk Prints
Address: 405 Chartwell Dr., Greer, SC 29650
Phone: 864-214-6013

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