DTG (Direct To Garment Printing)

Direct-To-Garment is a printing method that involves printing your design directly onto the garment. We use industry leading Kornit™print systems, in order to guarantee the most vibrant full colour prints and best feeling products.

Quick Turnaround Times

DTG printing offers a significant advantage in terms of speed. Once you have your design ready, it can be printed straight away without the long setup times associated with traditional printing methods. This means less waiting time, and more efficiency for your project.

No Setup Costs

Whether you need just a few prints or hundreds, DTG offers the flexibility to accommodate an order of any size. Because there are no setup costs, pricing is simple and even smaller batches are very affordable. Check out our pricing page for a full breakdown.

No Limits On Design Capabilities & Colours

The unrestricted colour palette of DTG printing enables you to bring even the most complex designs to life. Direct-To-Garment excels at reproducing intricate designs, full-colour photographs, as well as the smallest of details. With DTG, the possibilities for creating vibrant and visually appealing designs are boundless.

Environmentally Friendly Inks

Our NeoPigment™inks are eco-friendly and water-based, making DTG a sustainable printing method. They afford excellent resilience, high elasticity and non-cracking attributes. The inks are biodegradable, non-hazardous and non-toxic, meaning we actively contribute to reducing the environmental impact associated with printing your garments.

Screen Printing

Screen Printing is a technique that involves using a mesh screen to transfer ink onto the garment. The ink bonds to the outside fibres of the shirt to create a very hard wearing product.

Superb Colour Opacity & Vibrancy

If your design requires vibrant and highly saturated colours, this printing method is ideal. The inks used are typically thicker and more opaque, resulting in bold prints that can withstand fading over time.

Robust Durability

The ink used in screen printing forms a strong bond with the fabric, making it resistant to wear, fading, and cracking. Screen prints can withstand multiple washes and retain their quality, making them suitable for garments that will undergo regular washing & use.

Cost Efficient On Larger Batches

Screen printing is often a cost-effective option for large production runs. Once the screens are set up, the cost per print decreases as the quantity increases. This makes screen printing suitable for bulk orders and businesses looking for economical solutions for high-volume printing.


Embroidery is a technique that involves stitching onto fabric using specialised embroidery machines. It is an elegant and timeless technique that adds texture, dimension and depth to your design.

Durability & Longevity

The thread used in embroidery is resistant to fading, making it ideal for garments and products that will undergo frequent use and washing. Embroidered designs withstand the test of time, and maintain their appearance even after multiple washes.

Ideal For Different Product Types

Embroidery can be done on a wide range of products, including t-shirts, hoodies, and hats. The finish that embroidery gives on these products in unique and gives a lasting impression of quality.

Add Texture, Dimension & Depth

Embroidery adds a touch of sophistication to your garments. The raised and textured nature of embroidered designs creates a three-dimensional effect, enhancing the visual appeal of the product. This makes it particularly suitable for fashion brands, uniforms, and corporate designs.

Vinyl Printing

Vinyl is a printing method of applying vinyl material onto the garment. It involves cutting designs or letters out of vinyl sheets and heat pressing them directly onto the fabric. The main use for this method is for designs with lettering, one colour and simple shapes, and comes in a variety of textured finishes such as puff and flock.

Create Big & Bold Designs

Vinyl printing is particularly well-suited to single solid colour blocks, such as bold statement designs or text based designs. Available in a spectrum of colours, this application creates a vibrant and opaque finish, creating a bold, eye-catching product.

Wide Range Of Textures & Finishes

If you are looking for an on-trend texture for your prints, we offer all the currently popular finishes, such as puff printing and flock vinyl. The use of vinyl is particularly effective when a similar colour is used to the garment itself, as the texture of the vinyl creates a subtle contrast (as seen in the image to the right). The range of finishes also extends to metallic, glitter and pearl effects so you’re sure to find something to suit your project. 

Ideal For Personalisation

The production method of vinyl printing lends itself perfectly to personalisation. For instance, if you require a different name on each garment, this is easily achievable with vinyl printing without having a massive impact on the printing costs.

DTF (Direct To Film Printing)

Direct-To-Film is a digital printing method that involves transferring ink from a printed film directly onto the garment. It is a relatively new technique that offers flexibility in relation to designs and order quantities.

Excellent Colour Accuracy

DTF printing enables the reproduction of vibrant, full-colour prints with high resolution and fine details. The direct application of ink onto the film layer allows for accurate colour representation and excellent colour saturation, resulting in visually appealing and professional-looking prints.

High Washing Durability & Stretchable Properties

The durability of DTF is greatly improved by the specialised inks and adhesive powder used in the printing process. The prints retain their integrity without cracking, even when stretched, and boast a remarkably soft finish attributed to the use of water-based inks.

Suitable For Cotton, Polyester & Sport Performance Fabrics

If you are looking to print on a wide range of fabrics including cotton, polyester blends, or specialised performance fabrics, DTF is a flexible printing technique that is suited to these requirements.