Posts Tagged ‘direct to garment’

Screen Printing vs Direct to Garment Digital Printing

Thursday, May 6th, 2010

 

We constantly get inquiries asking what the difference is between screen printing and digital t-shirt printing. So we put together a short video to explain the differences between the two methods.

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Digital T-shirt Printing – How its done [VIDEO]

Thursday, April 29th, 2010

So there is this relatively new fandangled technology that uses a digital method to print onto t-shirts. It is technically termed – Direct To Garment Digital Printing or DTG for short.

So how does it work?
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So You Want to Start a T shirt Label? – Part 2

Monday, August 31st, 2009

A two part guide to starting your own T shirt label. Part 2, Sourcing and Printing.

By now you should know your market and have developed a suitable image and label for your T shirt printing business. Now it’s time to move on to sourcing your t-shirts and choosing a printing method which does your designs justice.
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Customer Feedback

..thanks for all the work you did..

"Just a quick note to say thanks for all the work you did in helping us with our screenprinting order, all the garments have arrived and we are very happy with them. Thanks again."

Jasmine Hirst - Henselite (Australia) Pty Ltd

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PSI Screenprinting Guarantee

We understand that ordering online can sometimes be a little daunting. Especially when you can’t see a finished product before you purchase.

Our aim is to take all the risk off you and onto ourselves so we can make it an easy decision for you to use us for your t-shirt printing.

This is our rock solid guarantee…

“If we supply you work that is anything other than the proof you approve then we will replace it at our own expense”

So let us take all the risk to show you how easy it is to do business with us.

FAQS

What t-shirts do you use?

Here is a list of the suppliers we can source from. Click to see their online catalogues…

Johnny Bobbin - Premium Quality, Massive range. Great Price vs Quality

Gildan - Premium Quality, Basic range. Great Price vs Quality

Ramo - Great Price, Great Quality

American Apparel - Premium Quality and Style, Made in USA, Massive Range

Bella - Premium Women’s Range, Great Range (ignore retail pricing)

QuOz - Good Range, Good Prices

What does “convert fonts to outlines” or “embed fonts” mean?

Fonts aren’t automatically transferred with a vector file when it is created in a program like Adobe Illustrator. When using fonts in the program, the text is linked to a font file located on your computer. If that text is not converted to shapes or outlines or “embedded”, in the program, when you send that file to us if we don’t have the font installed on our computer the font you have used will be substituted for a different font that is installed on our system.

To get around this you need to convert fonts to outlines or embed the fonts. To do this in Adobe Illustrator you can right click on the text and choose “Create Outlines” alternatively if you go to Type>Create Outlines or finally you can use the hotkeys Shift+Ctrl+O. This will convert all you type to shapes and it will transport within your file.
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