Candroy digital garment
DTG is the latest technology in fabric
printing which prints any image directly onto a garment or fabric without
needing any set up, screens, mesh, positive films and /or anything else
that is needed for screen printing.
The ECO friendly water based ink is printed
directly onto fabric which results in exceptional “soft feel” and offers
more flexibility than screen-printing in terms of color variation and
turn-around time (especially for smaller orders). The higher the quality
of your image / design, the better the outcome will be.
Beware that there are many ordinary paper
printers modified to print on fabric but only the printers that are made
for garment printing would produce quality prints and just like any other
equipment in the market, there are low quality and high quality equipments
and we have chosen the best in the industry to guarantee your
Play the video to see DTG in action
DTG on White Fabric:
White this printer, any full color image can be printed on a white fabric
without needing a white base since the fabric is white. (Imagine painting
a white wall). This machine can be used for printer on very light color
fabric (see images to the side) the only issue is the color of the fabric
will affect the tone of colors in your design, also the white area of your
design will be the color of the fabric. The darker the fabric , the less
you'll see colors tehrefore recommend using DTG on dark for color fabrics
to show your deisgn in best way possible.
You can use any picture / design for DTG on white / light color fabric,
the better / higher quality of the image, the better the outcome.
DTG on Colored Fabric:
Any light color ink on a dark color fabric requires a white under base
especially if there's white color in the design. We have the best DTG
printer on color shirts since it sprays a white under base before printing
Don't worry if you are not artistically inclined, there are a number of
cliparts and template programs in the marketplace that will streamline the
process for you.
The general rule of DTG printing is that if the image
looks good when printed at the size that you like using your office / home
printer, then it will look good on a shirt. In short, the higher the
quality of your image/design, the better the outcome.
NOTE: DTG on color shirt printers print anything that is in the image,
especially the white borders around pictures that you may not want to be
1- Although JPEG images are printable yet it would be best if your file is
created (or at least enhanced) using a graphic design programs (I.e.:
Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator,...)
2- Your file has to be created in CMYK colors and not RGB, which means if
you give us just a picture to print, we would have convert it to CMYK
before sending for production. Converting RGB to CMYK will result in color
3- A 300 DPI is an ideal resolution but 150 would do the job.
4- If the image is going to be printed on a color shirt, then No
background / Transparent background (The checker background in Photoshop)
is a must. See the picture of the dog on the shirt to get a better idea
why the white background has to be removed.