Know More About The Direct To Garment Printers

Direct-to-garment printing (DTG) is a method of printing on textiles that employs specialised aqueous inkjet technology. The print head of Direct To Garment printers generally uses a platen to keep the cloth in place while the printer inks are jetted or sprayed onto it. To use the Direct To Garment printers, the garment must normally be pre-treated using a PTM, or pre-treatment machine, which enables the following:

● a stronger connection between the coloured inks and fabric fibres.

● lays down loose fibres to create a smoother substrate.

● combines chemically with the inks to accelerate blistering and drying.

A special curing procedure is needed for the aqueous textile inks used by Direct To Garment printers. Printing on raw textiles including cotton, bamboo, hemp, and linen is ideally suited for D2 inks because of their water-based composition. Before printing, the garment is frequently given a pre-treatment. The pre-treatment causes the fibres of the personalised t-shirt to lay flat when it is heat-pressed into the garment. The pre-treatment also enables a stronger connection between the water-based inks and the fabric. This is crucial when printing with white ink on dark clothing.

When the bespoke garment has been appropriately pre-treated, such as a t-shirt, it is placed onto a platten system that holds the material in place. The pattern in the printer queue is then digitally printed onto the garment.

You should take into consideration your company strategy, capacity, and budget while shopping for the ideal DTG printer for your operation. A bad DTG printer purchase might cost you money. But if you pick the correct DTG printer, you'll be on the right track to achieving your company objectives.

DTGPRO offers three levels of Direct to Garment printers such as:

● Entry-Level DTG Printer, which costs between $5,000 and $10,000 approximately. Direct-to-garment printers that are commercial off-the-shelf are used in this process. These are inexpensive DTG printers ideal for start-up businesses. The quality of these entry-level DTG printers is competitive, and they can print hundreds of garments every day for a very low cost.

● Modest DTG printers cost between $10,000 and $40,000. The mid-range DTG printers are totally constructed by their manufacturers. While providing almost the same quality and output, this makes them more expensive than entry-level DTG printers. Mid-scale DTG printers are frequently marketed to bigger businesses as well as to mid-level print firms.

● $40,000 and above for corporate DTG printers are Industrial DTG printers designed for high-volume printing, as the name suggests. The demands and company model also influence the best industrial DTG printer.

DTGPRO has years of experience developing and maintaining specialised printing equipment for several well-known OEM companies and distributors. When you purchase DTGPRO, you are doing it directly from the manufacturer, avoiding the markups associated with other brands' marketing, distribution, or beautiful packaging, all of which frequently result in unjustified price increases. DTGPRO, on the other hand, emphasises function and outcomes at value-driven pricing.