DIY DTG Plans Step by Step Epson 1400, 1390, 1410, 1500w, R1800, R1900, R2000 Instant Download PDF

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Description

Complete plans to build your very own DIY DTG printer based on Epson A3 models.
This plan has a step by step guide and illustrated images to help you out convert and build yours.

Now even better with additional 8 new pages added and extra pictures & images! 
The most affordable DIY DTG Plans on the internet! Build your own DIY DTG printer using only the internal parts and some woods!
This guide is aimed at creating a very affordable printer using only the internal parts and some woods only. No Arduino, no coding or programming required! Just build the base and set all the sensors on the correct place to make it work. Once complete you can upgrade it as you wish.

With this guide you will have access to sensor positions, base dimensions and learn how to setup all the sensors so you can print on a T-shirt or Woods

Includes 1 minute video showing what it should look like.
(Video is a link inside the e-book page 33 to an unlisted YouTube video)

It’s never been so easy to build your own DTG! With this newer version you will spend less time building it and more time getting your business ready!

Stop looking on the Internet for DTG guides, this is the most accurate and the most complete plans you will ever find and it includes online support so you don’t have to worry if you mess up.

Step by step guide with images and text and 1 short video located on e-book page 33.


Compatible Printers for DIY DTG

With this e-book you will be able to convert any of the following printers into a t-shirt printer (DTG)

Most A3 printers work almost the same way to each other and the circuits inside is also almost the same. Once you build your first DTG it will get really easy to do it with almost any printer.
This plan has a step by step guide and illustrated images to help you out building the base, installing the printer on it and printing your first t-shirt.

This e-book also covers tricks & secrets that other guides on the internet don’t.


Sensors

This guide includes all sensor positions and how to bypass them.

  • CD/DVD Tray sensor
  • ASF Sensor
  • PF-SENSOR
  • Encoder Sensor
  • PW-SENSOR

REQUIREMENTS

Estimated material cost: $30 – $50

Note: **The disassembling process can be found online below, it may look different outside but once you remove your printer cover it’s all the same. The link below covers 80% of the process and the rest continue on the e-book.
https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Epson+Stylus+Photo+1400+Paper+Eject+Frame+Assembly+Replacement/6723


 (Optional) Tools

Continuous Inking System (Required, but only when you ready to start printing)

Common Questions

Can it print on dark t-shirts ?
A: Yes, you just need an A3 printer with 6 cartridges and a RIP Software like EKprint or Acrorip!

Is this updated ?
A: Yes! This e-book was updated awhile ago and you still get online support if you need assistance.

Is it difficult ?
A: It depends on the person’s skill, for some people it will be really easy and while others might need some assistance, but we’re here to help so don’t worry.

Is this friction or belt system ?
A: Friction. This project is aimed in creating the cheapest DTG using minimal parts so we will only use the parts inside the printer and some woods. You’re free to upgrade as you wish once complete.

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22 reviews for DIY DTG Plans Step by Step Epson 1400, 1390, 1410, 1500w, R1800, R1900, R2000 Instant Download PDF

  1. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jim

    “Alienbunker Staff – October 24, 2017

    Hello Jim,

    You can use an used 1400 for testing purposes and learn how it works but in the end I think you will need to purchase another printer if you want to print in high quality.
    Also does this 1400 you saw gets a solid green light after powering up ?
    Solid green light means it has no errors and if you get 2 blinking red lights it means a sensor or motor is malfunctioning.”

    It does show a solid green light. Does your tutorial cover this model? and is it simply a lower quality printer than the 1430?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Jim,

      Yes Epson 1400 is fully compatible with the eBook.
      The major difference between 1430 and 1400 is that 1430 has Wi-Fi capability but the rest is the same and the quality is also the same.

  2. Rated 5 out of 5

    mike

    Hello, this manual cover complete how to build DTG with Epson 1500 W ? There any risks when we move the sensors ? i’m IT technical, hope got skills to build this on Epson 1500 W, it’s really in detail ?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Mike,

      This eBook supports 1500w and there’re no risks when converting but you need to be careful to not damage the sensors or cables when disassembling.
      You get online support when you purchase this eBook so if you have any question or need assistance feel free to message us.

  3. Rated 5 out of 5

    Jim

    I found a 1400 for 15 bucks at a thrift store. It powers on and the printing head moves. I figure at that price, even if it doesn’t end up working, it will be good practice and testing for a new one later.

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Jim,

      You can use an used 1400 for testing purposes and learn how it works but in the end I think you will need to purchase another printer if you want to print in high quality.
      Also does this 1400 you saw gets a solid green light after powering up ?
      Solid green light means it has no errors and if you get 2 blinking red lights it means a sensor or motor is malfunctioning.

  4. Rated 5 out of 5

    Choi

    I have a Epson L310. Does this guide cover this printer?
    I don’t have commercial purposes. I just need A4 moels.

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Choi,
      Thanks for your comment!

      Unfortunately the eBook is not compatible because it’s an A4 printer and the base dimension, sensors and mainboard is different so there’s no way to use this plan for your model. Sorry about that.

      Of course you can use this plans to learn how a DTG works and make your own plans for your printer.
      Please let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with.
      -The Alienbunker Team

  5. Rated 5 out of 5

    Craig (verified owner)

    This manual helped me to start my own business. Johnson offers the Best Customer Service ever. You won’t regret it. The manual is very Detailed and when you need help, he will always reply to help you. Very Happy I purchased this manual. : )

  6. Rated 5 out of 5

    Paul

    I have a Epson Artisan 1430 does this guide line cover this printer?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Paul,

      Yes! The Epson 1430 is fully compatible with our eBook and it’s the most frequent used printer for conversion. If you have any other question feel free to message us.

      -The Alienbunker Team

  7. Rated 4 out of 5

    zuio

    Hi. Any plans for a DTS guide not just DTG or how hard it will be to add motorized table bed. Dunno for a product up to 10cm thickness. In your guide, can I level a bed up or down, what is maximal thickness?

    I see most China made DTS machine are based on 4880 Epson model. Do you think that I can use your guide to transform A2 printer? Thanks.

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Zuio,
      Thanks for your comment!

      It’s possible to use the current A3 DTG printers to print on materials with thickness up to 13cm. The bed level can be adjusted if you use a Laboratory Scissor Jack.
      Unfortunately it’s not possible to convert A2 printers because the table would have to bed huge and pretty heavy, I doubt the DC motor would be able to handle it. The only way would be using a motorized table with stepper motor but that would require a lot of modification and extra hardware parts.

      Please let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with.
      -The Alienbunker Team

  8. Rated 5 out of 5

    Juan Manuel (verified owner)

    I’ve just bought and download the plans. They are very well explained and seems anyone can manage building it. I have just one question: in my country, the only printers I can get are the 1410 and the R2000. Which one would you reccomend? I’m hopping using it with commercial pourpose. Thanks a Lot!

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Juan,

      If it’s for commercial purpose then I recommend Epson R2000.
      It’s the same building process as the other models.

      If you need any assistance feel free to e-mail us 🙂

      Kindly regards.
      -The Alienbunker Team

  9. Rated 5 out of 5

    Deepak

    Do you have details DTG building plans with Video for T60 & R230 Epson Printer?. I have few printers with me and I wish to convert them to avoid buying new one.
    Are you also giving RIP software?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Dear Deepka,
      Thanks for your comment!

      Unfortunately we do not have any plans for T60 or R230. The reason is because both of those printers are A4 models and the quality output is not as good as A3 printers.
      Although they’re not hard to convert since it has less sensors to deal with but if you’re planning on doing it for commercial purposes I don’t recommend it.

      Please let me know if you have any other question.
      Kindly regards.

      -Johnson
      -The Alienbunker Team

  10. Rated 5 out of 5

    Fabio (verified owner)

    Costumer support is really good and fast.

  11. Rated 4 out of 5

    sheriy (verified owner)

    Hi,

    Im just wondering this part, in your new version on page cover & description it says, assuming that you already disassemble epson etc.. does it mean that you just referring to outer cover or inside the parts/ components? I’m planning to buy this, but got little stuck with this thought. can you please clarify?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Sheriy
      Thanks for your comment!

      I’m referring to the outer case and some interior parts but with the newer version available now it covers most parts now.
      There’s a free disassembling guide available at: https://www.ifixit.com/Guide/Epson+Stylus+Photo+1400+Paper+Eject+Frame+Assembly+Replacement/6723
      It covers 80% of the process and the e-book covers the remaining parts.

      You will get online support so if you run into any problem just contact me 🙂
      Let me know if you have any other question.


      Kindly regards

      ALIENBUNKER – The Prototyping Laboratory
      https://alienbunker.com
      Johnson

  12. Rated 5 out of 5

    Emin

    Hello! Sorry for my mistakes. I have little troble with my english. I wont ask you. Have you instructon to russian version for Epson 1410?

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Emin,
      Thanks for your comment!

      Unfortunately there’s no Russian version, sorry 🙁
      Please let me know if there’s anything else I can help you with.

  13. Rated 5 out of 5

    joshua weaver

    do you have a guild on how to do it to the epson c88+

    • Alienbunker Staff

      Hello Joshua,
      Thanks for your comment!

      Unfortunately no. You may have seen a video on YouTube in our channel of C88+ DTG but I never made any plans for it.
      The reason is mostly because it’s very unreliable and performance is very poor comparing to A3 models.

      If you need a DIY DTG you need an A3 model, it’s faster and has a great performance comparing with A4.
      Let me know if there’s anything I can help you with.

  14. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    finally I completed my new dtg, wish I could upload pictures so I could show you my new t-shirt printer

  15. Alienbunker Staff

    Thanks for your reviews!
    If you have any trouble or question feel free to contact support for guidance!

  16. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    I bought the ebook and it’s very interesting I love it!

  17. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    Their online support is top!
    thanks guys

  18. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    I bought the e-book when it was released and comparing to the new updates now it’s much better, KEEP IT UP GUYS!

  19. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    Excellent customer support and very responsive! I never thought I could build my own DTG.

  20. Rated 4 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    ok, I made the DTG according to the ebook and had a few problems, but it was my mistake and after I contacted the staff they helped me find the error and it’s now fixed.

    Printed 12 shirts so far and no problems yet.

    thank you so much!

  21. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    I just bought it and arrived by e-mail instantly. It’s not hard when you just have to do what the guide tells you.

    I recommend it.

  22. Rated 5 out of 5

    Customer (verified owner)

    manual is big and well explained, what else can I say ?

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