The process of clothes printing is an affordable way to add custom designs to your wardrobe. Screen-printing uses a mesh material, usually made from synthetic materials, and a stencil. After the mesh has been cleaned, ink is spread over it with a squeegee. The excess ink can then be wiped away with a rag.
Epson DTG inks are safe for babies, children and adults, and are OEKO-TEX certified for environmental protection. This technology also provides high-quality prints. Epson DTG printers have a limited on-site warranty to cover any problems that may arise. This warranty covers the cost of consumables, including ink.
Direct-to-garment printing (DTG) is a newer technique for clothing printing. This method uses a high-resolution digital printer to print on fabric without the need for a polymer layer. In addition, because the ink is directly applied to the fabric, it can yield highly customized designs. However, this method is only suitable for small-scale orders and does not work well on dark-colored garments.
Another option is screen-printing. This method is great for artists or those looking for unique clothing. The only drawback is that the results may not be as perfect as you had originally imagined. However, if you’re looking for a creative way to personalize your clothes, screen-printing is an ideal choice.