compressed tshirts

hi there can any body help me the equipment for the compressed t shirt

what is a compressed t-shirt?


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“mare” <denizhane@veezy.com> wrote in message
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> hi there can any body help me the equipment for the compressed t shirt

Tom Bryant wrote:

> what is a compressed t-shirt?

Shirts are compressed into different shapes. I’ve gotten some promotional
one (not my own design) and they have been in the shape of a 3" by 4" by
3/4" or so block. It’s common at trade shows. Usually there are brochures
that go with them in the shrink wrap. They are also compressed into
circles, pop cans, etc. Kinda cool. The shirts come out pretty wrinkly
though, but after washing them they are normal.

If it’s inexpensive for smaller quantities (100-200 or so), I’d be
interested in getting them done.

  • Gilby

Oh ok, I know now…I have gotten one of them before also (in a dallas
cowboys cup). Thanks for breaking it down for me. :slight_smile:


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“Gilby” <mail@gilby.com> wrote in message news:3C0FB980.30900@gilby.com
> Tom Bryant wrote:
>
> > what is a compressed t-shirt?
>
>
> Shirts are compressed into different shapes. I’ve gotten some
> promotional one (not my own design) and they have been in the shape of a
> 3" by 4" by 3/4" or so block. It’s common at trade shows. Usually there
> are brochures that go with them in the shrink wrap. They are also
> compressed into circles, pop cans, etc. Kinda cool. The shirts come out
> pretty wrinkly though, but after washing them they are normal.
>
> If it’s inexpensive for smaller quantities (100-200 or so), I’d be
> interested in getting them done.
>
> - Gilby

still got no answer for the equipment.does anybody know how do they do
such like shapes.imean what kind of aquipment do they use for these

mare, you might try browsing around http://www.screenprinters.net/ . I’m
sure they have companies represented there that could sell the equipment
to you. Or maybe do a search at google.com


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“mare” <denizhane@veezy.com> wrote in message
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> still got no answer for the equipment.does anybody know how do they do
such
> like shapes.imean what kind of aquipment do they use for these

thanks dude this will be the point i will start a new search.i have been
lokin for a machine in yahoo and altavista.there are only the t-shirt
producers not the machine. so thanks again.

that’s what I’ve been noticing in the links I’ve found. A lot of people
offering the service, but no-one selling the machine. I guess if it came
down to it, you could ask one of the people offering the service where
they got their equipment…

mare wrote:

> thanks dude this will be the point i will start a new search.i have been
> lokin for a machine in yahoo and altavista.there are only the t-shirt
> producers not the machine. so thanks again.