Point Click Apparel: Comparing Cafepress, Zazzle, and all the other DTG printers

by Andy on March 25, 2010

point click apparel

POD (Print-On-Demand) companies have been around for a while, and they are a great idea, but it’s always hard to tell if what you put on the screen is going to look any good when it’s in your hands, so thankfully Point Click Apparel has arrived to make that choice easier. Site creator MJ (whose well known in tee-circles) has tested several of the major POD players, giving a good critique of each of them, and crucially she is testing them all with the same prints. She gets a regular print done, and a photo print (since all of them print using DTG, which is the easiest way to make a full colour print) and then tells us what she thinks of them. Here’s a list of who she’s tested so far:

Cafepress
Mysoti
Printfection
RedBubble
Skreened
Spreadshirt
Zazzle

It’s a really useful resource, I’ve always hoped someone would do something like this, I’d have done it but I’m far too lazy. So, if you’re using a POD for your printing needs, check it out, because there may well be a better option out there for you.

  • http://www.yanmostees.com yanmos

    Very interesting review, thanks for sharing andy!

  • http://teemagnet.com MJ

    Thanks Andy!

  • http://www.inmyshortsleeve.com Kim

    This is really cool. Thanks for posting it up.

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