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DTG (Direct To Garment)
DTG stands for “direct to garment” printing. With DTG, a printer directly applies the ink to the clothing item with inkjet technology. This concept is similar to printing on paper, except that it’s on a t-shirt or sweatshirt. The desired design is printed directly onto the garment, hence direct to garment, with a special printer using water-based inks, which are absorbed by the fibers of the garment.
The definition of embroidery is the art of applying decorative designs onto fabric using a needle. Machine embroidery is an embroidery process where by a sewing machine or embroidery machine is used to create patterns on textiles. In modern days, embroidery is usually seen on caps, blankets, towels, dress shirts, corporate uniform and golf shirts. It is used commercially in product branding, corporate advertising, and uniform adornment.
UV printing is a unique method of digital printing utilising ultraviolet (UV) light to dry or cure ink, adhesives or coatings almost as soon as it’s hit the paper, or aluminium, foam board or acrylic – in fact, as long as it fits in the printer, the technique can be used to print on almost anything. The technique of UV curing – the photochemical process of drying – was originally introduced as a means of quickly drying gel nail polishes used in manicures.
A heat press machine is a designing device which transfers a graphic design on a substrate. The use a heat press for the printing job is a modern and easy way of laying your artwork onto T-shirts or other items. The heat press machine gives you the opportunity to transfer your individual artwork or designs on clothing materials, garments, tote bags, mouse pads, mugs, T-shirts, Cups and other fabric accessories.
It’s a method of printing that transfers a design into a material or fabric using ink and heat. A design is printed onto special paper. The inks that are used turn into gas when brought under heat, then combine with the fabric and permanently print onto the fabric. The effects are permanent and less prone to fading, as the ink is embedded in the fabric or substrate rather than simply laying on top like a normal print.
Silkscreen printing begins by segregating a multi-coloured design into several single coloured individual designs. Where each single design will represent a distinct colour. Each colour will be applied separately on the garment, beginning with the background artwork and ending with the foreground images. Each ink colour will need to dry before the next colour is applied.
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