Are you looking to start a t-shirt business from home? You’re not alone. Every day we see more and more people learn how to use a heat press and heat transfers to print and sell shirts. Think about the amazing custom t-shirt you just bought online. Guess what? It was probably made with a heat press and some type of heat transfer.
This scenario is even more probable if you ordered it online for immediate delivery. For example, think of the shirts you see online, with popular sayings, funny memes or political statements. No one knows what’s going to be popular so manufacturers don’t want to waste money printing huge numbers of shirts that won’t sell. Instead, they create several different options and wait for orders. How do they make the shirts as orders come in?
Made On Demand
Oftentimes, custom shirts you buy online are “made on demand.” This means they are created just for you after ordering. Heat printing makes it possible to print just one custom shirt and sell it at a profit. But in fact, you can also make 10, 20, 100, or 500 custom shirts with heat printing. This video will show you how, using a heat press and heat transfers.
Printing with Heat Transfers
As you may know, there are many types of heat transfers. In this video, we review each type. We look at screen printed GOOF-PROOF transfers, CAD-CUT heat transfer vinyl and more. Do you own a Cricut or Silhouette cutter and want to print shirts? We can show you how.
Interestingly, this video featuring heat printing expert Josh Ellsworth debuted just a few weeks ago and already has over 80,000 views. Find out what he has to share about choosing a heat press and creating shirts. See how easy it is to start in a spare room, garage, or basement. The best part? It’s easy to do and it doesn’t cost much to get started. Find out how you can start a t-shirt business from home.
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