Direct to Garment Printing (DTG) is a relatively new clothing printing process that allows full-color printing directly to the garment without the need for screens, transfers, or sublimation techniques.

DTG printer is a garment printer that is at a very basic level, the inkjet printer is usually based on the principle of the Epson printer and they work the same way as it sits on a table printing invoice.

The tray holds the plate where the T-shirts are placed and then moving under the print head is similar to the way the paper moves through the printer. You can find custom direct to garment t-shirt printing from various online sources.

It has some small limitations in the department of speed but, even so, still produces colorful molds in a relatively short time

Why use it?

This is a good alternative to standard screen printing where the screen must be made before the work can begin. This is a good alternative to transferring printing where the initial number often needs to be greater to make it more cost-effective.

What clothes are the most suitable?

The first big breakthrough is printing to 100% cotton

The second main breakthrough is the development of white ink, making it possible to print in any color.

We would recommend 100% white cotton t-shirts as the best media. The key is to test every clothes until you are happy with the print.

What are the benefits for customers?

  • Can be used on white and dark clothes
  • Necessary no screen needed
  • The artwork is available. High-resolution JPEG is required
  • Even print quality is once regulated
  • Fantastic details can be achieved from a very complicated design
  • Print Area to A3
  • Setting speed

Who is the ideal customer for printing DTG?

Customers who need short-term clothes (up to 50) whose design contains many colors. This is a typical application;

  • Corporate event
  • Charity event
  • Small companies that need short printing full-color logo
  • Promotional program.
  • Launched magazine

In conclusion

Printing directly to the garment allows personalized shirts to be produced effectively for one-time events, or for customers who do not need a large number of clothing.