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What is DTG?

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Direct to garment printing (DTG) is one of the newest technology breakthroughs in the tshirt and clothing printing industry.

Essentially, direct to garment printing works much like a standard inkjet printer, like the type you would find at home or around your office. Instead of feeding paper, however, direct to garment printers digitally transcribe your desired artwork directly to a t-shirt or your garment of choice. Whether its polo shirts, hoodies or tshirts, we print them all.

These highly sophisticated printers require a special type of water-based ink that results with vibrantly coloured and durable prints that do not fade instantly as can happen with transfer printing. (this doesn’t happen with the transfer tshirt printing materials we use today)