Choosing a print method to produce your design can be a daunting prospect. Many people have heard of screen printing, DTG printing or embroidery and think that these are their only options, however, there is a myriad of print methods to choose from, each with their own benefits and disadvantages. There is not a one-size-fits-all […]
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When it comes to the best (or most suitable) file format for t-shirt printing, it’s normally dependent on the quantity required. The guide below, should provide you with all you need to know for orders both big and small. For Small Orders (For orders of less than 50 products per design) On an order […]
Whilst we’re proud of our products and think you’ll love them, we get endless requests for free samples from customers. While we understand the desire to test things out first, if we offered bespoke samples to everyone, we’d run out of time for bulk orders! We believe we have a fair way to deal with […]
Huge volumes of inventory are a problem, H&M are a fantastic case study for this with a $4.3bn problem on their hands. In March 2019 H&M announced that they had stock of this value of hard to shift inventory. This has resulted in high levels of discounting and reduced profits. What’s more, as well […]
What is Direct to Garment Printing? A Revolution in Printed Clothing Digital technology has made a significant impact on almost every industry on the planet, and the world of printed clothing is certainly no exception. For many centuries people have been decorating their clothing for a plethora of reasons, but the methods used didn’t change […]
Direct To Garment (DTG) printing, is a modern print method that works in a similar way to desktop, inkjet printers, but instead of printing on to the top of paper Direct to Garment printing injects ink into the fabric. The easiest DTG printing is done onto white, or very light coloured garments because the print […]
Direct to garment (DTG) is possibly our most flexible print method, with a number of acceptable file formats. We recommend providing all artwork in vector format, however we can accept other formats providing they are high enough quality (300dpi or more). We advise sending files over in .ai, .eps, .psd, or .pdf format. We use […]