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

Much better than we imagined

"The tees... they are perfect!! Much better than we imagined! Thanks heaps for doing them, they're awesome."

Cheryl Gledhill - Moltn Digital

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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 is the difference between a bitmap and a vector file?

Bitmaps (also called "raster") are made up of pixels, while vector images are composed of mathematical formulas that consist of curves and points. As such, they can be resized at will without losing quality. Making a bitmap larger makes the pixels larger too and the result can be blurry and jagged. Photos are bitmap images, and so are file formats like bmp, jpg, and psd.

Vector images have crisp lines and can be resized as big as a house without losing any image quality. Vector images are created in programs like Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand and Corel Draw.

Can you design the logo we want printed?

Yes, We have a talented design team to create the look you are after. From a t-shirt design to a complete corporate image we can give your business, band or organization a professional look.
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