Discuss different size and style shirt platens along with holders for other substrates and items.
By roshanz
#3689
hey is there any tutorial how to make this flatbed if so peals let me know the url thank you :D
By ddelgrande
#3690
roshanz wrote:hey is there any tutorial how to make this flatbed if so peals let me know the url thank you :D
I working on some documentation.  Thought I would have it done by end of January, but it's getting pushed by to end of Feb
By roshanz
#3693
ddelgrande wrote:
roshanz wrote:hey is there any tutorial how to make this flatbed if so peals let me know the url thank you :D
I working on some documentation.  Thought I would have it done by end of January, but it's getting pushed by to end of Feb
bro can you pelas let me know your email because i am in a hurry to start this tshirt printing business and waiting to make this platen and electronic items bro
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By Andy
#3712
roshanz wrote:
ddelgrande wrote:
roshanz wrote:hey is there any tutorial how to make this flatbed if so peals let me know the url thank you :D
I working on some documentation.  Thought I would have it done by end of January, but it's getting pushed by to end of Feb
bro can you pelas let me know your email because i am in a hurry to start this tshirt printing business and waiting to make this platen and electronic items bro
Please take the time to read through the forum. There is plenty of information already posted to build a printer. If you get stuck at a certain point then ask specific questions.

Everyone is helpful here but you need to put forth the effort on your end .
By roshanz
#3714
Andy wrote:
roshanz wrote:
ddelgrande wrote: I working on some documentation.  Thought I would have it done by end of January, but it's getting pushed by to end of Feb
bro can you pelas let me know your email because i am in a hurry to start this tshirt printing business and waiting to make this platen and electronic items bro
Please take the time to read through the forum. There is plenty of information already posted to build a printer.  If you get stuck at a certain point then ask specific questions.

Everyone is helpful here but you need to put forth the effort on your end .
i have gone through your site but detailed tutorial have been seen only like disassembling videos i have book marked it and i am waiting to exicute onece my printer come to my home...  but rather than that i need to buy some stuffs like electronic gadgets belts an all the things ... but andy you said me you wont be able to send that as well. :( ... and if i seen any platen tutorial i cant see most like fully detail for a startups or noobs like me bro.. then what do i do.. my situation is really terrible and heart broken :(
By ddelgrande
#3715
roshanz wrote:
Andy wrote:
roshanz wrote: bro can you pelas let me know your email because i am in a hurry to start this tshirt printing business and waiting to make this platen and electronic items bro
Please take the time to read through the forum. There is plenty of information already posted to build a printer.  If you get stuck at a certain point then ask specific questions.

Everyone is helpful here but you need to put forth the effort on your end .
i have gone through your site but detailed tutorial have been seen only like disassembling videos i have book marked it and i am waiting to exicute onece my printer come to my home...  but rather than that i need to buy some stuffs like electronic gadgets belts an all the things ... but andy you said me you wont be able to send that as well. :( ... and if i seen any platen tutorial i cant see most like fully detail for a startups or noobs like me bro.. then what do i do.. my situation is really terrible and heart broken :(
Look, if it wasn't for Andy setting up OpenDTG and offering up the code he's written very few of us would be even able to attempt a  DTG conversion.  I know this first hand after spending almost $1200 on a kit from T-Dozer.  I junked most of that kit in favor of OpenDTG's AIO board although OpenDTG offers less expensive options which require greater DIYer skills.  
I have started writing the manual because I know for someone like me, who has zero t-shirt printing skills but is interested in this more from a hobbyist view although it may turn into some time of sideline business, creating the manual helps me understand the whole process, and it one big complex process that really few understand, and for those that do, it's in their heads no in a book, at least not one that is going to be free in the spirit of OpenDTG.  
I started out thinking this was going to be a simple manual that took one through the build process, but it has grown to include so much more.  I'll get there so just chill out.
By roshanz
#3717
ddelgrande wrote:
roshanz wrote:
Andy wrote:
Please take the time to read through the forum. There is plenty of information already posted to build a printer.  If you get stuck at a certain point then ask specific questions.

Everyone is helpful here but you need to put forth the effort on your end .
i have gone through your site but detailed tutorial have been seen only like disassembling videos i have book marked it and i am waiting to exicute onece my printer come to my home...  but rather than that i need to buy some stuffs like electronic gadgets belts an all the things ... but andy you said me you wont be able to send that as well. :( ... and if i seen any platen tutorial i cant see most like fully detail for a startups or noobs like me bro.. then what do i do.. my situation is really terrible and heart broken :(
Look, if it wasn't for Andy setting up OpenDTG and offering up the code he's written very few of us would be even able to attempt a  DTG conversion.  I know this first hand after spending almost $1200 on a kit from T-Dozer.  I junked most of that kit in favor of OpenDTG's AIO board although OpenDTG offers less expensive options which require greater DIYer skills.  
I have started writing the manual because I know for someone like me, who has zero t-shirt printing skills but is interested in this more from a hobbyist view although it may turn into some time of sideline business, creating the manual helps me understand the whole process, and it one big complex process that really few understand, and for those that do, it's in their heads no in a book, at least not one that is going to be free in the spirit of OpenDTG.  
I started out thinking this was going to be a simple manual that took one through the build process, but it has grown to include so much more.  I'll get there so just chill out.
hmm ok i will wait then pleas dont forget to sahre that with me thank you for replying me and made my mind relaxed