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DTG Printing

DTG Printing


There are no setup costs with DTG printing, as compared to traditional screen printing.

nO minimum

Better for small and full color orders at very affordable prices compared to screen printing.


As DTG printing doesn't require screen setup it is a faster process for small quantity orders


DTG offers an endless color palette, with no ‘charge by the color’ like screen printing.

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DTG printing stands for Direct To Garment Printing. is the latest custom printing method where a digital image is printed directly onto your apparel.

At Yes We Print we know how difficult it can be to choose the type of printing for your customized products. In this blog, we will explain the main characteristics of digital textile printing, also known as Direct to Garment Printing. It is the best custom t-shirt printing method for a full-color design. 


  1. What is minimum order? NO MINIMUM
  2. Do you do Same Day DTG Printing? Yes we do.
  3. Maximum DTG printing size: 14×16 inches.
  4. Recommended material for DTG printing: 100% cotton, but we can print on 50%50
  5. When to choose DTG printing: When your order is less than 12 Units. Full-color designs of photographic quality or images with many colors in small amounts. When you need an image with photo quality and high resolution in colors and details

DTG Printing processes

Step 1:

Our professional team reviews every order before starting printing procedures. If the image you provided is not high resolution, to start, we ask for the highest resolution image to be provided. The higher the image resolution, the better the results!

Step 2:

Every design is thoroughly inspected before printing for quality assurance. If everything is ok with the quality of your image, then we prepare a visual proof file and send you for your approval. Once you approve, we start printing.

Step 3:

Printing nyour order and sending e send yu a notification email and prepare the order to send via post or make it ready for local pickups.



Direct-to-garment printing (DTG) is a process of printing on textiles using specialized aqueous ink jet technology. DTG printers typically have a platen designed to hold the garment in a fixed position, and the printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto the textile by the print head. DTG typically requires that the garment be pre-treated with a PTM or Pre-treatment machine allowing for the following:

  • Stronger bond between garment fibers and the pigmented ink
  • Lays down loose fibers to provide for a smoother substrat
  • Chemically reacts with the inks to promote drying and curing


Unlike screen printing, the DTG printing does not require the screen setup which is a long process. Cleaning frames and other adjustments increase the cost of screen printing when printing small orders. That makes the DTG very competitive with respect to the Screen Printing.

In addition, the technical requirements for digital processing of the images are more flexible. You can print any image or photograph without going through a vector conversion or a screen-printing polychrome.

recommended fabric-cotton

It should be noted that the DTG is special for use on cotton garments thanks to the fact that their inks are water-based. As Direct to Garment printing is environmentally friendly, it is recommended to print it on 100% cotton garments.  However, you can use garments with blends, up to 50% cotton minimum, since if the percentage is lower the colors will lose vitality. It is also important to use fabrics of good quality with closed fabrics. These are ideal to obtain the best results in terms of definition and vividness of the colors.

Another aspect in favor of this technique is the great durability of the prints, lasting up to 80 washes without losing vividness in the colors. 

ADVANTAGES of dtg printing:

  • Soft-touch printing.
  • There are no configuration costs.
  • Digital textile printing can be used on light or dark garments.
  • Great durability of the prints, lasting up to 80 washes without losing vividness in the colors
  • Allows to print designs with blurring or transparencies, achieving spectacular results


  • It is not possible to use Pantones, although the designs can be digitalized, and very similar colors can be obtained.
  • The price is medium-high for bulk orders due to the cost of ink. It is a technique focused on designers or complicated designs.
  • Long delivery times for large runs. 
  • It does not allow stamping complicated garments, such as hats, raincoats, polar, umbrellas, etc.


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