Direct To Garment
Direct to Garment also known as DTG printing, is a considerably new technology which is exceptional for preciseley duplicating photos, illustrations and complex full colour compositions.
Direct to Garment printing assembles best print outcomes on t-shirts and garments with 100% cotton content. This technique uses specialized water-based ink which is absorbed directly by the fibres of the material.
Using DTG printing for products with a high polyester content is not possible at the moment.
DTG printing in comparison to screen printing, is that there is accelerated transposition time and small set up costs, which makes it a more profitable solution when printing low quantity runs (up to 100). Particularly when a concept that features a numerous distinctive colour are enforced.
disadvantages of Direct to Garment printing are that it is unattainable to match pantone PMS colours. Also, the prints are not to some degree as vivid in comparison to those seen with screen printing where the ink attaches to the textile.