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Hirsch Int’l (www.hirschinternational.com) says the Pulse platform for the iPad allows customers to create their own shirt design on an iPad or PC/Mac for printing on Kornit direct-to-garment digital printers. Users at a Pulse kiosk can choose a mannequin or garment, select a design, add text, see a preview, and finalize the order themselves. They also can use the camera on the iPad and put a photo on a T-shirt on the spot.

Hirsch Int’l (www.hirschinternational.com) says the Pulse platform for the iPad allows customers to create their own shirt design on an iPad or PC/Mac for printing on Kornit direct-to-garment digital printers. Users at a Pulse kiosk can choose a mannequin or garment, select a design, add text, see a preview, and finalize the order themselves. They also can use the camera on the iPad and put a photo on a T-shirt on the spot. According to Hirsch, the final file is created in high resolution with the proper machine parameters, and the garment is ready for printing in a matter of minutes. The iPad app is intended to facilitate a secondary point of sale for a store front or decorated apparel showroom, without needing an Internet connection or an additional salesperson, and there are no transaction fees.
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