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Digital Print Service Across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide and Perth CBD

What is Digital garment printing?

Digital garment printing, especially Direct-to-Garment (DTG) printing, revolutionizes how custom apparel is created. This advanced technique involves printing digital images directly onto textiles using specialized inkjet technology, delivering high-quality, detailed prints ideal for custom and small-batch productions.

What are the Pros and Cons of Digital Printing?


High-Quality and Detail: Digital printing offers sharp, high-resolution images with excellent color accuracy, making it ideal for intricate designs and photographs
Customization and Personalization: Digital printing  allows for easy customization and personalization of each printed piece with unique information, such as names or specific images

Versatility: Digital printers can print on a wide range of substrates, including paper, cardstock, fabrics, ceramics, glass, and metal, providing flexibility in product offerings.


Limited Color Matching: While digital printing has improved significantly, it may still struggle with exact color matching.

Durability: Depending on the substrate and ink used, digital prints may not be as durable as those produced by some traditional methods, particularly for items that require heavy use or frequent washing, like garments.
Ink Costs: The cost of specialized inks used in digital printing can be higher than those used in traditional methods, potentially increasing overall production costs.

How Much Does Digital Printing Cost?

One Location                  $9.50 ea

Two Locations                 $12.50 ea

Three Locations               $14.00 ea

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Prices include GST. Minimum of 15 garments per order.

Suitable For
100% Cotton, 100% Polyester, Poly/Cotton Blends

Production Time

Once artwork is approved, lead time is approximately 8-14 working days* plus shipping 
*Production time may vary for larger orders

Will permanent vinyl stick to clothes?

Digital print vinyl, commonly known as heat transfer vinyl (HTV), offers a reliable and durable solution for permanently adhering designs to clothes. By following proper application techniques, including preparation, heat, pressure, and post-application care, you can ensure a long-lasting bond between the vinyl and fabric. Investing in high-quality HTV and selecting compatible fabrics further enhances durability.

How do I care for digitally printed garments?

To maintain the quality of garments with heat transfer vinyl (HTV) designs, follow these tips: Wash inside out with cold water and mild detergent, avoiding bleach and fabric softeners. Hang dry or use a low heat setting in the dryer, and iron inside out on low heat if needed. Store away from sunlight and rough surfaces. Testing a small area before cleaning is recommended. These steps ensure the longevity and vibrancy of HTV designs on your garments.

DTG Printing vs. Screen Printing which method should I choose?

When choosing between DTG printing and screen printing, consider your design complexity and quantity needs. DTG printing suits intricate designs and smaller orders with quick turnaround times, while screen printing is best for high-volume projects requiring precise color matching and vibrant colors. Your decision should align with your project's requirements, including budget and desired print quality.


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