What is Direct to Garment Printing (DTG)?

With digital custom printing (also known as Direct to Garment or DTG), you will never have to worry about having a minimum of 12 pieces, be limited by a single-color option, or have to wait long for your custom apparel order to be ready. When you choose Direct to Garment Printing, you are choosing a path towards customization and incredible convenience.

Why We Offer It

The decision to provide our customers with Direct to Garment custom printing was an easy one. Our aim was to allow customers the ability to easily personalize their apparel with a design that’s uniquely their own. Direct to Garment Printing uses a high-tech inkjet printer to print digital designs and images directly onto a garment. The result? A full-color, high-resolution design that lasts longer.

Direct to Garment Benefits

Step 1:

No minimums. Need only one shirt? Direct to Garment printing makes that a possibility. While DTG printing can also be a great choice for volume printing, its unique edge over other types of decorating techniques — including screen printing — is its single-printing and small-batch capability, giving you the most flexibility in the number of shirts you can order. For the best value, be sure to ask us about volume discount.

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Full-color option. Unlike screen printing which applies one color on a garment at a time, DTG printing can easily print a rainbow of colors. This makes digital apparel printing a more affordable, full-color option than screen printing.

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Fast turnaround. Do you have a last-minute t-shirt order to place? DTG printing can come to your rescue! The true power of DTG printing lies in its quick turnaround capability for in-stock apparel, giving you peace-of-mind that you’ll have your shirt in time for a special event.

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Quality that lasts. One of the benefits of using DTG printing versus screen printing is its capability to print in high detail. Because DTG prints directly on the garment, ink binds to the fiber, allowing the design to last longer as it becomes part of the fabric.