Thanks to the constantly evolving tools and technology available today, printing businesses are thriving more than ever before. If you have been thinking about starting a printing business, you may be wondering which type of printing is best to offer your customers. From t-shirt printing, all the way to large format printing, direct printing, and printing and cutting, there are a number of options to consider. In this blog post, we take a look at some of the rising printing businesses for 2019 and beyond.
Popular Printing Businesses in 2019
Printing businesses cater to a wide range of customer needs, including large-scale commercial projects requiring bulk prints to smaller projects needing just a few printed items. Having the right tools at hand is essential to get your business off the ground. To find the right tool, the first step is to think about what type of printing venture you wish to start. Here are some of the top trending print-focused businesses to consider this year.
T-shirt printing has remained popular for many years. As printers advance, the level of quality also increases. The t-shirts of today are printed to a far higher quality than ever before, with crisp detail, smooth transfer and sharp colours provided in quality printed t-shirts. One of the best high-resolution printers for t-shirt printing is the Roland BT-12 T-shirt Printer. This direct-to-garment printer allows you to print onto cotton tees, tote bags, cushions, garments, and various other items quickly and easily.
Large format printing.
This type of printing is ideal for wide formats, including posters, outdoor signage and other larger sized graphics. For the commercial sector, this printing is especially sought-after, with many agencies and private companies requiring larger sized printed materials. An excellent printer for large format prints is the Roland VersaEXPRESS RF-640 Large-Format Inkjet Printer. This printer delivers vibrant prints at up to 48 square metres per hour. It allows for easy, fast printing of banners, backlit displays, vehicle wraps, signs, and other projects.
Another trend in the printing industry is direct printing. This type of printing is done directly onto objects, making it ideal for corporate promotional product businesses. A wide range of objects can be printed on, from pens to cups, thumb drives, laptops, cellphone covers, and numerous other items. Awards, packaging, giftware, and other items can also be printed on with a printer such as the Roland LEF-12 Object Printer. This printer offers direct printing on a wide range of substrates, including three-dimensional items.
Printing and cutting.
The print and cut market is also growing. This type of printing goes beyond printing, allowing you to create a diverse range of prints in various shapes. Car branding, dynamic signs and decals and numerous other projects can all be created with printers such as the Roland TrueVIS SG series. These printers include 54-inch (SG-540) and 30-inch (SG-300) models, each offering a wide range of features.
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