What is DTG Printing?

Direct to Garment (DTG) is a method where a printer directly applies the ink onto the t-shirt with inkjet technology.  It involves a special printer, which prints the ink directly onto the garment in the desired design. DTG uses specialty inks, which are absorbed by the natural fibers of the garment.

What's the minimum order?

DTG Printing – 1 pc

Apparel for DTG Printing

We offer several brands of 100% cotton items for DTG printing on our websiteFor the best results, 100% combed, ringspun cotton items are highly suggested. Please note that colors may be a different color than what actually displays on your monitor.  We will do our best to match colors requested but PMS color matching is NOT guaranteed. Most shirts are pre-shrunk but it is possible that additional shrinking will occur if the shirt is washed in hot water or put in a hot dryer.  A cold water wash with NO BLEACH OR BLEACH ADDITIVES is suggested.

Can I submit my own design?

Yes. All you have to do is upload your design when ordering.

What format should I use to submit my artwork?

For best results, high resolution at 300 dpi or better, RGB mode is suggested. Transparent backgrounds generally give best overall results.

The following applications are acceptable (PC compatible format):

    Photoshop File .PSD
    Illustrator File .AI
    Vector Art File .EPS

    Corel .CDR
    Other Image File Types: .JPEG, .PNG

How large will you print my logo/design?

Maximum imprint areas are 14” x 18”. We reserve the right to resize your artwork in order to fit the imprint area of the item ordered; regardless of what size the submitted artwork is. However, if you request a specific imprint size, we will do our best to comply, providing it does not exceed the maximum imprint size of the item ordered.

Can I use copyrighted material?

A Logo For You does not take any responsibility to obtain permission for reproduction of logos, patents, trademarks and copyrights. By agreeing to print any submitted artwork, we will not be held liable for any copyright issues under any circumstances. University logos can only be submitted if you submit a license logo release form from the university to avoid any future royalty fees. Fraternity/Sorority logos, or names, cannot be printed unless you provide the required licensing.