Our Experience and Direct to garment.
Together with Vinyl, DTG is the easiest start up business, this means there are many “new and unexperienced” print shops in those 2 fields. This also means a lot of bad online reputation for the Direct to garment industry however, to put it simply, this doesn’t apply to us.
The printers checking your design and printing your order have over 15 years of experience in the field. We do not accept jobs that we cannot print perfectly and we do not ship anything that is not exactly as you would expect it to be.
We care, after all it’s our own reputation on the line.
When choosing to print your garments you have 2 options which use inks in the process and 1 very optional choice called Vinyl, which uses a sticker like material only suitable for surfaces which other printing techniques cannot reach, such as pockets and hats or waterproof materials.
The Ink based printing techniques are Direct to garment and Screen printing. Both of which can get the job done so choosing the right option for you requires some knowledge, however, knowing the difference will save you a lot of money and help you create exactly what you are looking for.
The major difference between those printing techniques is the price per amount, Direct to garment is suitable for small runs, anything up to 100/200 prints (depends on design), when Screen printing is best for 100/200+ units and will be very expensive when printing small amounts.
To know exactly which is best to print your t-shirts requires more understanding of how those two compare against each others, which is why we wrote a complete guide to help you decide on the right method for your order. Check the link below if you want to know more about those printing techniques.