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T-Shirts printing methods.
1. Direct to Garment (DTG) Printing
In direct-to-garment printing, an image or logo is printed directly onto a garment and is then cured using a heat press. Allowing quick and affordable order fulfillment, DTG is great for small and medium jobs. DTG produces brilliant colors and, unlike screen printing, it offers the ability to print color blends and transitions. Great for detailed designs and photos on light color cotton garments.
2. Cut Vinyl
Often used for production of letters and numbers on T-shirts and jerseys, this method involves heat application of designs cut from vinyl. Heat transfer material images are sturdy and long-lasting, and can be applied to a number of different garments and accessories in any quantity.
3. Printable Vinyl
Combining the durability of heat transfer vinyl with the ability to produce high-quality images, this method involves using a printer/cutter to produce an image which is then weeded and heat applied. Great for low-quantity jobs and personalization; durable full color images can be applied to garments and accessories of any color.