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Direct-To-Garment

With DTG printing, a printer directly applies the ink onto the t-shirt with inkjet technology. It’s sort of like printing on paper, except on a t-shirt. A special printer prints the ink directly onto the garment in the desired design. DTG uses specialty water-based inks, which are absorbed by the fibers of the garment.” Or Click Below To Start Designing T-Shirts!

General Questions


It is printing that is done direct to a garment. OK, so we need a bit more than that. Effectively direct to garment printing it is the same as printing a picture from your computer onto a piece of paper. With DTG though the paper is replaced with a garment. Easy.
Because with other forms of printing, screen-printing for instance, you need a whole lot more equipment, space and time. You also have a lot more chemicals to dispose of. Oh and you don’t need to take a shower afterwards to remove the ink!
Although pricing varies depending on some variables such as ink coverage and locations, white shirts start at $10 each and dark colors start at $20 each.
Yes.Our DTG viper print system uses white ink allowing us to print any color including black and dark shirts. Currently they have not developed a white ink that will adhere to polyester. We can only digitally print white and light colored poly shirts. no white ink will print on the light garments.
Because this system uses four color process also called CMYK it will literally print millions of colors.
We can use just about any image format as long as it’s of good quality resolution. The higher the quality of the original file, the better the quality print it will yield. We recommend using a transparent PNG file in RBG color in hi-resolution (300 dpi or higher) for best results.
TODAY! How’s that for fast? Because DTG is a digital process, we can get it done pretty quickly. Normal turnaround time for an order is 2 business day, but if need-be, we can get it done same day!
No minimum on shirts, no Maximum on colors! The decision ultimately comes down to the design and the quantity of shirts you need. Less than the minimum quantity shirts and max colors for screen printing will usually be require DTG to be used. Screen printing and DTG both yield comparable, quality prints, but they differ in method. For one, screen printing is one of the oldest techniques, while DTG is newer technology. Screen printing involves pushing ink onto fabric, while DTG uses a printer to print ink directly onto a garment.
There is NO MINIMUM when it comes to DTG. This is one of the best benefits of this process.
Direct-to-Garment printing requires the material to be 100% cotton. Although the shirt color does not matter, the ink is designed to adhere to cotton. 100% cotton is required for the best result.

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