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What Printing Process Is Right For You

25 November 2021, 14:19

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How to tell what printing process you need for your project?

When starting your t-shirt line, one of the first decisions you’ll have to make is to choose the method you’ll use to print your apparel. There are many options available, and each has its own pros and cons. Here we’ll go through the most popular methods, screen printing (works on both cotton and polyester subtrates), direct-to-garment (DTG best for cotton substrates), and sublimation (aka all-over printing for polyester substrates), to help you get a better idea of which is best for your new ecommerce store for garment printing.

DTG (direct-to-garment)

DTG is pretty much like using a printer to print on fabric. Because it works like a printer, it can support the most detailed design, with as many colors as you want.

The printer can only print one to 4 garments at a time, which makes it perfect for printing one-off t-shirts.

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Screen printing

This is the process of pulling a layer of ink over a screen to produce a design. A special screen has to be made for each design, which means that there should be many orders of the same design for it to be worth it.

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Sublimation printing

This is the process of printing onto a special sheet of paper, and then transferring that image onto fabric. The ink is heated until it disintegrates into the corresponding fabric. That makes the ink long-lasting, and you’ll never have the unfortunate “peeling” effect of a well-worn t-shirt.

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