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DTG (Direct-to-Garment) DTG
Stands for Direct-to-Garment, and refers to a method for textile printing. … The fabric fibers soak up the ink, and become part of the garment. This technology enables creating garment prints that do not crack, peel or distort in other ways.
How long does it last?
DTG prints can still survive 50+ washes and be acceptable to the customer – certainly “good enough” for most customers! The bottom line about quality: DTG prints are typically made for customers that have different demands than customers that place high-volume screen print orders.
What’s the Difference Between DTG and Screen Printing?
Screen printing is the more traditional technique that involves pushing the ink onto the t-shirt fabric through a stencil, while direct to garment is a newer method that uses a printer to apply the ink to the shirt.
What are the advantages of direct to garment printing?
Direct to garment offers a large number of advantages over other traditional printing methods.
Large range of color options.
Can be used for detailed and broad designs.
Extremely fast process.
Available for both mass production and short production runs.
Low setup costs make it easy to access.
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