iPad App for Apparel Design

Hirsch Int'l Pulse platform for shirt design uses iPad for App

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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