Full Colour Digital Printing for Any Design On Any Fabric
What is Digital Shirt Printing?
Direct to Film, or DTF printing, is a process by which a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel using cutting edge printing technology and inks. This process allows us to print any quantity order with highly detailed full colour designs at an affordable price. With our expert team of direct to garment printers, any design is possible . We ensure outstanding accuracy, exceptional consistency, phenomenal print output, and affordable rates with every order.
Direct to Film Design Examples
Digital t-shirt printing is essential for designs that are too complex or detailed for traditional screen printing methods. Our DTG printers are purpose-built and use the highest quality technology and inks for custom apparel printing.
Direct to Garment Process
STEP 1 :
Every order receives a professional design review from our team of graphic artists and digital printing experts. We work diligently with you to see to your finished product. To start, we ask for the highest resolution image you currently have. The higher the image resolution, the better!
STEP 2 :
Our designers are happy to work with any image you provide, even if it takes a bit of polishing. We have mastered the art of transforming designs into masterpieces. For businesses, check with your web developer or marketing team to provide you with any raw logo image files.
STEP 3 :
If you’re placing a new order for five or more pieces, we’ll send you a digital copy of this updated work and ask that you approve it before printing begins. If you’re placing a re-order of any quantity or a new order for 4 pieces or fewer, we won’t send a proof unless the design is especially complex, or you request a proof during checkout. You can also email email@example.com or call one of our project specialists at 9696961040
STEP 4 :
When it comes to printing, pixels matter. Pixels are the smallest measurable point in a photo, and together, hundreds of thousands of them (sometimes millions) combine together to make the image you see. Think of mosaic artwork; The greater number of pieces within a canvas, the more detailed and apparent the image will look.