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DTG Printing Service

Direct-to-garment printing (also known as DTG printing) is a great way to create colourful custom clothing.

DTG Printing
DTG printing is a bit like using an inkjet printer to apply a design directly onto the fabric of your chosen garment.

We use state-of-the-art DTG printers to produce high-quality printed garments with a professional finish. We also offer vinyl heat transfer printing if you want even crisper, more vivid results.



Direct-to-Garment Printing: How It Works

DTG Printing
1. We start with a blank garment (usually made of cotton, as this gives the best results)
Direct to Garment Orinting Service
2. In some cases, the garment will need to be pre-treated before printing. This ensures that the ink sits on top of the garment rather than penetrating through the fabric.
Direct to Garment Digital Printing
3. Next, we take the custom image that you uploaded when you placed your order and print it directly onto the garment using our advanced DTG printing machinery.
Digital Garment Printing
4. Finally, we ‘cure’ the – this involves the use of heat or UV to ensure that the printed design is made permanent.
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How Much Does DTG Digital Printing Cost?

The cost of your embroidered products will depend on the size of your design and the level of detail it requires.
Our prices are as follows:
Number of Applications
Price Per Application
1
£7.50
2-9
£6.50
10-34
£5.50
35-99
£4.50
100-249
£3.50
250+
£3.00


We offer bulk discounts, so the more applications you request, the less you pay for each application.

EXAMPLE: You order ten T-shirts, each featuring two printed designs. Since each T-shirt requires two applications, you will be charged for 20 applications in total, at a cost of £5.50 per application (‘10-34 applications’ price band).

View our Pricing Guide for further details.



Digital Garment Printing FAQs

What are the benefits of direct-to-garment printing?

DTG digital printing is fast and produces great results. We recommend this technique for large bulk orders because of the quick turnaround time.

What are the drawbacks of DTG printing?

Direct-to-garment printing can only use a limited variety of colours. We recommend vinyl printing if you want a higher-quality finish with more vivid colouring.

Will the printed design fade in the wash?

Not if the printed garments are washed on the recommended setting. Check the product’s care label before washing, tumble drying or ironing.




Contact Class Workwear today if you have any further questions about our DTG printing service!
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If you have any questions, please call us on 020 3730 6663
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