With direct to garment (DTG) printing, ink is applied using inkjet technology directly onto garments such as t-shirts. Because this process uses a printer, it's possible to achieve a lot more detail than traditional screen printing methods. In addition to detail, merchants have a lot more color options because an inkjet printer can print multiple colors as easily as a single color.
With sublimation printing you can achieve vibrant and highly detailed results, but you are limited to material choices being able to print only on 100% white polyester or polymer fabric.
In general, compared to screen printing you can expect:
- Thinner inks
- More details
- Larger color variations
- Slightly less vibrant colors (unless using sublimation)
If you are printing lighter colors on darker fabrics with DTG, you may see some ghosting around the design from the white underbase. This is typical.
How to customize products at ChefsAlert.com?
Select your desired product(s)
Choose the position(s) for your print(s)
Upload the logo in sufficient quality for the best result:
JPG and PNG files supported (300DPI)
Maximum size 50MB
Minimum width 4500px
You can optionally determine the height, width and/or alignment per print
Add the article(s) to the shopping cart and follow checkout instructions
You will receive a digital sample for approval within 48 hours.
After your approval, production will start and you will receive an expected delivery date from us
Custom products cannot be exchanged. We therefore advise you to first order a sample (1 piece) for larger orders to assess the quality.
We are not responsible for loss of quality due to incorrect logos or spelling errors in supplied texts
The delivery date can only be issued after confirmation of the digital sample and is always subject to change.
- Actual product or customization color may vary from the images shown. Every monitor or mobile display has a different capability to display colors, and every individual may see these colors differently. In addition, lighting conditions at the time the photo was taken can also affect an image's color. ChefsAlert cannot guarantee that the color you see accurately portrays the true color of the product.
Do you have any further questions? Please do not hesitate to contact us.