Embroidery is an exquisite form of garment decoration that involves various colors of thread being
sewn into the garment. Just like screen printing, the cost of the job goes down as the number of prints
DTG involves printing directly onto the garment using a state-of-the-art printer. The ink binds into the fibres of the cloth, instead of sitting on the top resulting in a very short but soft-to-the-touch finish. There is no limit to the number of colours you can print and there are no minimums
Heat transfers involve the use of pre-printed and/or pre-cut materials which are transferred/pasted onto the garments using the heat and pressure of a heat-press. This method’s primary use is in small number prints which cannot be done using Direct-to-Garment.
Screen printing is the traditional method of printing garments used for decades. This method can make prints of multiple colours and the cost per print decreases significantly as the number of prints goes higher.
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