Direct-to-Garment (DTG) is apparel printing for the future. DTG printing process uses specialized ink in order to print directly onto the garment. The fabric fibers absorb the ink, and become part of the garment. This technology enables creating garment prints that do not crack, peel or distort in other ways.
DTG allows you to have as many colors as you want in one design without having an additional set up process. This saves time and enables you to have creative freedom when planning your next apparel designs.
We slide the garment on the pallet, place the design in the software, and then send it into the machine for the pre-treat to be sprayed on the shirt. The pre-treat process allows the ink to soak into the garment creating an integrated feel.
The printer lays down a base coat so your colors pop on the shirt. Once the base coat is applied then it lays all of the color on top. This single step color process allows you to have any mix of colors applied in one quick motion. It enables you to create designs without any color limitations, unlocking your full creative vision.
After the design is applied the garment is then taken off the printer and moved into the dryer for the ink to cure. This allows your design to be permanently embedded in that item.
Once cured we check for any imperfections and then packed for pickup.
Traditional screen printing is great for larger quantities of single or multi-color designs, oversized prints, and special/metallic inks.Contact us
Using dye sublimation, one-off apparel process, everything from t-shirts and jerseys to handbags and baseball caps is a possibility. The eye-catching and ever-growing popularity of dye sublimation opens up new uses and opportunities in sports and fashion apparel.Contact us
Heat transfer vinyl allows you to place logos in places that are hard for other processes to get. It also features different colors and textures to create a unique look. Some examples of this are: reflective, glitter, puff, and metallic.Contact us