A few weeks back we mentioned AnaJet. If you don’t remember, the AnaJet SPRINT is a digital garment printer. All you have to do is create a design, place your blank shirt in the printer, print and sell. Their t-shirt printer makes it possible for you to produce custom t-shirts for as little as $2-$3. How high you mark up the price from there is how much profit you will make.
Tell us a little about the AnaJet.
The AnaJet SPRINT Direct-to-Garment Printer is a quick and easy way to print decorative graphics directly onto t-shirts and other garments. It can print a shirt in 1-2 minutes and a production cost of only $2-3 per shirt. It is a great marketing tool for those in the t-shirt selling business as well; imagine how impressed prospective clients will be when you show up on a sales call with a custom printed shirt of their logo! It can print on shirts, tank tops, sweatshirts, pants, tote bags, towels, blankets, mouse pads, coasters, pillow cases, and just about anything else you can think of!
How much does it cost?
Please call an AnaJet Regional Manager for printer pricing and specials. 1-877-6-ANAJET
What separates the AnaJet from the competition?
AnaJet is the fastest direct-to-garment printer on the market! It is also the ONLY direct-to-garment printer that is engineered and manufactured in the United States. We offer free training and lifetime technical support, all from our 44,000 square foot factory in Costa Mesa, CA.
Who would benefit the most from using your printer? Why?
Entrepreneurs looking for an easy and profitable start-up business will greatly profit from the AnaJet. The initial investment is modest; there are no expensive franchise fees or business opportunity packages. All you need to start is a computer and the AnaJet printer. You will start generating income as soon as you start working.
Do you have any tips that you’d like to offer anyone hoping to create a shirt printing business using your printer?
Sell, sell, sell! The printer is a quick, easy and reliable tool but you need to be the one to sell. Connect with local sports teams, church groups, schools and businesses and offer them your t-shirt printing services. Sell your strengths: they’ll love that you can do multi-color graphics with a quick turnaround time and won’t require minimum orders (unlike the current screen printers that they contract their shirts to).
If you like the idea behind running a custom t-shirt printing business, Dr. Chase Roh – the founder of AnaJet – might be able to offer some more help through his book: The T-shirt Revolution: Building Your Business Using A Digital Apparel Printer. His book, which is available on Amazon, is a guide for aspiring entrepreneurs that are interested in entering this industry.