Direct to Garment
Direct-to-Garment printing is a new method that allows us to print four-color-process images on dark garments, without all the equipment and time-consuming activities associated with screen printing. The dark garments are loaded onto a machine, which then treats the imprint area in a special solution. Then a layer of white ink is applied, followed by the four-color process image. The garment is then removed from the machine and dried. While drying, the full-color image chemically binds with the white ink, and the white ink chemically bonds with the pretreated fabric. The results are similar to screen printing, but the digital aspect allows for low quantities, full-color images, and personalized items to be made at a fraction of the cost.