We would like to pay our respects to one of our members who sadly recently passed away. "ArferMo" was a highly respected and very well liked member of the DSF community and we pass our thoughts and condolences on to his family and friends at this sad time.....

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    TeeMill.....Anybody?

    I hate printing T-shirts hence don't really do them, mugs are a doddle.

    So I keep coming back to print on demand formats. My market would be a very specific market but world wide and holding stock to cover all shapes and sized is a pain....well you know the drill.

    Anybody know of anybody using these folks or recommend similar?

    Janners

    PS it would be a separate stand alone website.

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    The set up looks good. All of the featured businesses, no doubt have a big marketing set up on instagram to drive the traffic. Buy a T shirt yourself and check out the service.

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    Hi Gooner.
    Yep that will be the next step in the new year.

    Janners

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    To be honest with 50p profit on a £15 coloured t shirt seems like a lot of hassle with not much to show for it. You'd be better off using a local company (or asking someone on here) and getting a trade discount. Before I started making my own I used spreadshirt and found it to be good but had to charge about £30 a shirt to make any money.
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