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DTG PRO | DTF PRO University Workshop enlarged
DTG PRO | DTF PRO University Workshop

DTG PRO | DTF PRO University Workshop


This personalized training workshop is designed to equip you with comprehensive knowledge for launching DTG (Direct to Garment) or DTF (Direct to Film) printing. If you've acquired one of our DTG or DTF machines, you'll receive tailored instruction. The training covers printer setup, RIP software use, and maintenance procedures. We'll share valuable insights and techniques honed through years of experience to ensure you achieve the best quality prints and extend the lifespan of your equipment.

Our workshop typically run for a maximum of 2 hours, allowing for focused attention. In most cases, a single 1-hour session enough to fully set up and operate DTG or DTF printing. However, with this purchase, you have the luxury of a full 2-hour window, which can be divided into multiple sessions of at least 30 minutes each, as per your convenience.

After purchasing this training, we'll coordinate with you to schedule a suitable time. Please note that this training is non-transferable and is limited to the individual who placed the order. If you sell the printer or hire new employees requiring training, additional training sessions must be purchased. Additionally, this purchase can also serve as a means to access out-of-warranty support.

CAUTION: WORK IN A WELL VENTILATED AREA and wear PROTECTIVE GEAR (including masks and gloves) while handling specialty printing and curing materials and techniques (such as DTF, DTG, UV, WTT, etc.), due to the potential hazards from fumes and processes. It's strongly advised to use a fume extractor in addition to maintaining proper ventilation when using DTF powder.
Operating any specialty ink printing devices and materials, including inks, chemicals, powders, etc., is entirely at the user's risk.
To reduce the chances of ink clogs and film warping, maintain the environment for specialty inks and films within optimal humidity (50% - 70%) and temperature (75° to 80°F) conditions. To reduce the likelihood of ink clogs and prevent film buckling, it is strongly advised to maintain a room humidity 50%-70% and a temperature 75°-80°F / 24°-27°C.

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