DTG AND DTF PRINTING
DTG printing, or Direct-to-Garment printing, is a digital printing technology that allows for high-quality, full-color designs to be printed directly onto fabrics such as t-shirts, sweatshirts, and other apparel. DTG printing is similar to a traditional inkjet printer, but instead of printing on paper, it uses water-based inks to print directly onto the garment's fibers.
DTG printing allows for intricate designs with multiple colors and fine details to be printed onto fabric, making it a popular choice for custom clothing and merchandise. It also offers a faster turnaround time than traditional screen printing, as it does not require a separate screen for each color.
DTF printing, or Direct-to-Film printing, is another form of digital printing technology used to print designs onto fabrics. DTF printing involves printing a design onto a special film using a printer equipped with white ink, and then using a heat press to transfer the design onto the fabric. The film is a transparent, heat-sensitive adhesive that adheres to the fabric when heat and pressure are applied.
DTF printing is similar to DTG printing in that it allows for full-color designs with intricate details to be printed directly onto fabrics. However, DTF printing offers some advantages over DTG printing, such as the ability to print on a wider variety of fabrics, including 100% Polyester.