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Direct to Garment
Can a DTG printer handle large runs?
Yes, DTG printing can handle large runs. Since there is no screen prep or screen storage required, it does takes a little longer to print than screen printing so your production abilities are limited by time.
How many colors can I print using a DTG printer?
DTG printers use process inks in CMYK to generate the colors you send from your computer. These colors allow for the generation of millions of colors. Additionally, DTG printers also include white ink which is used as a base on dark garments to allow for the reproduction on similar colors on dark textiles. Think of it like your inkjet printer, instead of paper, it prints T-shirts.
What is Direct to Garment (DTG) printing?

A direct to garment printing is a process in which the garments are printed directly from a computer using an inkjet technology. While the inks and the hardware are different from your desktop printer, the artwork used and the method of printing from your PC are the same.

What will happen if I print on a shirt that has wrinkles?
DTG printing on a wrinkled T-shirt, long sleeves T-shirt, sweatshirt or a hoodie will result in a potentially incomplete printed image. Make sure to use a heat press to smooth any wrinkles.
Why should I choose DTG for T-shirt printing?
A direct to garment printing allows a much wider range of colors, tones and effects than the conventional screen printing. At the same time, DTG printing offers a higher quality output that you get through other printing methods. DTG inks are water-based which means that the prints are softer than plastisol screen prints.

Most importantly, with DTG, you can offer your clients with instant prints to small and medium sizes production runs. There are no film or screen setups involved and control over inventory are just a few benefits of DTG printing.

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