Direct-to-garment (DTG) is a digital printing technique commonly used for printing intricate designs onto textiles, particularly T-Shirts.

Using specialised or modified inkjet technology, DTG printers squirt water-based inks onto the garment, absorbed by the fibres.

The process offers high detail and a broad range of colours.

It is most cost-effective for small batches or single items, perfect for personalised or custom designs.

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