When you create your files to be printed on apparel/clothing using DTG (direct-to-garment) technology, there are a few things to consider.
- Submit files in PNG or JPEG format with at least 150 DPI
We recommend using PNG for designs with a transparent background.
- Create files in the sRGB color profile
To ensure your design looks the same when printed as it does on screen, make sure you create your print file in an sRGB color profile.
Tips for best results
- Avoid semi-transparent designs
We recommend using solid colors or simulating semi-transparency by halftoning. These are semi-transparent graphics (or elements with lowered opacity) that don't print well with direct-to-garment printing. in DTG printing.
- Create designs with the necessary resolution (DPI)
Ensure that your print files have high enough resolution. Just increasing the number of pixels/resolution won't result in a better print. The best approach is to recreate the design with the necessary resolution. The ideal resolution is 300 dpi.
- Use transparency for better-looking designs
Black ink will appear gray on black garments because of the white under base used during printing. Leave these areas fully transparent when designing black garments.
- We don't print white ink on white garments. Any designs containing white color will have areas with no print on them.
- White ink elements on bright-colored garments might look tinted. This is most evident in Red, Maroon, and other similarly colored garments.
- There might be slight discrepancies in print placement.