Direct To Garment Printing

Whatever kind of Garment Printing you're looking for, we've got the right kit to do it in-house.

WHY DIRECT TO GARMENT ?

Do you need a customized, full colour printing job that’s completed in almost no time? Then Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing is perfect for your order. It’s one of the most advanced printing technique that is available in the industry.

Many Variations

Speedy Delivery

full support

no setup fees

Simple Process

crisp quality

HOW IT WORKS

DTG printing is the process of printing images directly onto fabrics and garments, such as t-shirts. It employs the use of textile inkjet technology to print your desired image onto the garment. It’s useful to imagine it as a giant inkjet printer, but instead of papers and documents, it prints designs on fabric.

STEP 1

Garment Selection

100% Ring Spun Cotton garments print best with Direct to Garment Printing.

The best material for DTG printing is Cotton. For the best results go for 100% Combed Cotton, but if you prefer mix of confort dont go below 80% cotton. The cotton gives a good surface for the print to adherew to and will ensure the print quality on your garment will be impressive and durable.

STEP 2

PRE TREATMENT

DTG printing is the process of printing images directly onto fabrics and garments.

It employs the use of industrial inkjet technology to print your desired image onto the garment. It’s useful to imagine it as a giant inkjet printer, but instead of papers and documents, Pretreatment is required for darker colour garments so white underbase can be printed to give bright colours.

STEP 3

Printing

DTG printing is the process of printing images directly onto fabrics and garments.

It employs the use of industrial inkjet technology to print your desired image onto the garment. It’s useful to imagine it as a giant inkjet printer, but instead of papers and documents, Pretreatment is required for darker colour garments so white underbase can be printed to give bright colours.

STEP 4

Curing

Heat or UV curing process is used to dry and permanently affix the printed ink to the garment.

After printing, your garment goes through either a industrial heat press or tunnel dryer or UV curing process to dry and permanently affix the printed ink to your shirt.

ADVANTAGES OF DTG PRINTING

Below are some Advantages of DTG Printing.

Photo Quality Printing


We can print any design that you desire with no limits on colour! You can have one or one thousand colours in your image for one solid price!

Vibrant Full Colur Prints


We use the two pass printing method for both white and colored garmenrts for making vibrant prints that last.

Prints Don't Crack or Peel


Specially formulated Innobella inks provide a bolder, flexiable, wider range of colors resulting in prints that don't crack or peel

Prints are Stretchable


ecause the prints are printed directly onto the fabric, they can stretch any way that the fabric stretches

No Minimum Orders


This is perfect for small orders and orders fewer than 50, but whether it's one or one hundred; DTG printing can handle them both.

WHAT ARE THE POSSIBLE DRAWBACKS?

- Not ideal for printing on textured or coarse fabrics
- Does not have the ability to align exactly with the Pantone Matching System
- Appearance of colours on final prints will be affected by the colour of the fabric
- Costs more for large-scale or bulk orders than screen printing
- Prints more slowly than screen printing, so large orders also take longer
- DTG prints are less durable than screen printing in terms of everyday or heavy wear

SOME COLOURS CAN LOOK DIFFERENT IN REAL LIFE

There aren't many things our incredible DTG process cannot achieve! However, when choosing the colors for your artwork, it’s important to note that they may look different on a real product than what you see on your computer monitor. Even if you have calibrated your monitor to a specific color profile, there are various factors that influence the final appearance of colors on a printed product. Because of this, we can’t guarantee color accuracy 100%.

 

Our printers will convert your submitted print file from RGB to CMYK color space. This color conversion process changes the color gamut, or range of colors that can be expressed. You must be very cautious when using bright neon and pastel RGB values in your print files. Some examples include hot pinks, lime greens, construction orange, highlighter yellow, easter egg shades, etc. You should also consider other factors like fabric material, garment color, and whether your print will require a white under base layer when choosing colors.

 

If color accuracy is important to you, we suggest ordering our pre-made color swatches on a sample product. You can use those swatches to decide which RGB values best compare to the desired results when printed on a physical product.

Original RGB Artwork


Select a style from our catalog of quality products by premium brands.

Printed - White Background


Upload your own art file or create a design with our Online Designer

Printed - Black Background


Select the sizes and quanities you wish to order then checkout.

AWESOME WORKS

Take a look at the awesome prints produced with DTG

WHICH PRINTING METHOD IS BEST FOR YOU?

Printing t-shirts and clothing can be complicated. We make the whole process easy.

REQUEST A QUOTE

Deciding on clothing and printing technique can be complicated. If you want to know more about printing methods, or to seek a quote from us, then please contact us via Quick Quote Form or by Email, and we will try to respond to your request within the shortest time frame possible – usually within 24 to 48 hours of receiving your request.

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