Loc: Sunnyvale, CA, USA
Well, for dot/line converted continuous tone stuff, you're pretty much stuck with this, dye sublimation, etc, and the impressions per hour are pretty low, so then that means you go Chinese, single-to-double-digit runs, single-digit price ( complete, shirt and printing, and a few cents elective for a branded label ), but then you're talking a bunch of wasteful ecosystems, a tremendous amount of waste due to the cost-efficiency mysteries of the Convolution portion of the Big Cs of modern capitalism, Capital and Convolution ( Capital, Specialization, Convolution ), and you've done nothing locally.
So, if you've a conscience about local work ( versus overseas ), reducing waste and ecosystems, buck stops here quality control, a local 'just in time' production machinery, etc, you're stuck with $10,000X printers, whereas this hack you're talking $30X printers to obtain decent number of impressions per hour.
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