Here are some typical questions - and their answers

 

Of course every situation is different, but we'll work hard to come up with the solution that's right for you

01

What is DTG printing

Direct To Garment printing is just what it sounds like. Picture a very large inkjet printer. Youy put a t-shirt on a palette and the palette moves the shirts under the print head and the image is printed right on to the shirts. This process is slower that traditional screen printing, but is ideal for small, but complicated runs.

02

What are the advantages of traditional screen printing?

With large enough quantities, the cost. If you need a large quantity for a trade show or other large event - thius is the way to go.

03

How do you charge for embroidery

Embroidery is the slowest of the three processes, but aloso produces the most elegant result. If you have a small quantity need and you want your company name or logo to make it's best impression being worn by your employees this is the look you want. Embroidery has two components the file ( a digital file of your logo) and the stitch count which affects the time to embroider therefore the costs (usually expressed in 1000's of stitches. When you screenprint or digitally print a larger design, the sizes has much less impact than if you embroider a larger design.

04

What are Artwork Requirements for DTG

 

For best results, we would need a good quality 300 dpi image in png or jpeg format. Before proceeding with your job we would email you a mock-up for you approval, then print your t-shirts.