Digital Apparel Printing
Ideal for multicolor printing and smaller orders.
All pictures are photo of printed shirts, no graphic mockups.
What options are in Digital Apparel Printing?
DTG- Direct to Garment
DTG is similar to a paper printer- it sprays the ink onto the garment, then the ink soaks into the fibers of the garment. The main advantage of DTG is that it’s easy to print one-offs because there’s almost no setup time. This process works best for multi-color projects that are not as fine-detailed, since tiny lines of colors can bleed into each other during the drying process.
Uninet printing is spectacular for multi color designs, especially one with fine details. The design is printed onto a clear transfer paper, then adhesive is melted onto the paper and peeled off. The design is then heat pressed to the garment, leaving a clear and bleed-free design. Uninet works well on many types of fabric, including polyester, where DTG works on 100% cotton designs.