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Antigro launches ‘Try & Buy’ scheme

Antigro's AI tools can cut out a pet's shape for a custom pillow print
Antigro's AI tools can cut out a pet's shape for a custom pillow print

Print personalisation software firm Antigro Designer has partnered with Polish print-on-demand textile specialist Print Logistic to launch ‘Try & Buy’, a scheme where customers can try Antigro’s software for free.

Aimed at online merchandising stores and printing houses alike, the scheme allows customers to test Antigro’s product creator for free, with files directed through Print Logistic’s web-to-print system, printed, and shipped within 48 hours.

Launched on 26 April, the web-to-print scheme is currently available for sublimation print applications performed on Print Logistic's Mimaki fleet, though the Antigro system also allows for print on natural fabrics through the company's Kornit Presto Max direct-to-fabric pigment ink machine.

Antigro’s software allows customers to independently design products using its AI toolset, such as a pillow in a custom shape, like the silhouette of an animal or person, and with custom imagery.

Antigro CEO Marcin Majda told Printweek he was thrilled to introduce the "breakthrough" service.

"Our goal is to empower all online stores and print shops not just to sell personalized products, but to offer highly customized options without requiring substantial initial investments.

"I believe this program will lead to high conversion rates from those testing our products in the Try & Buy program to becoming clients who utilize our software and fulfillment services.

"Once they experience the ease of creating designs with the Antigro Designer tool and the quick delivery of high-quality products by Print Logistic, every participant will see that providing their potential customers with the opportunity to purchase custom-shaped pillows and other personalized products is not only feasible but also highly profitable and can significantly boost their company's popularity. “