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What is direct-to-garment printing?
Direct-to-garment printing is a printing process where ink is applied directly to the fabric. This allows you to print complex designs and more colors without a minimum run length.
Wholesale T-Shirt Printing in 2 Styles for Youth
These cotton shirts are one of the most popular choices to print on. They’re perfect for tough everyday wear.
100% preshrunk cotton jersey
8.8 oz./lin. yd
These T-shirts are heavier and thicker. They’re considered the most form-fitting choice of the three.
100% preshrunk “Ultra-Cotton"
10 oz./lin. yd
Choose a Location
Left Chest (1”x1” to 4”x4”)
Looking to print your client’s logo? This is the perfect location. These custom printed T-shirts look neat and professional.
Full Front (1”x1” to 8”x8”)
If your client has a beautiful custom T-shirt design full of details, opt for full front printing to maximize the impact.
Custom Printed T-Shirts in 2 Colors
Disclaimer: This is intended to be a guide only, and while we do our best to ensure all our sizing is consistent, you may find that some styles vary in size.
Create high resolution artwork at 300dpi, or 72dpi with extremely large image dimensions.
Save artwork from Photoshop or export from Illustrator as PDF to ensure transparent background.
Design or convert artwork to RGB if already CMYK
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How to set up multi-page files properly
File Orientation Guide
How to set up proper orientation for your files
File Orientation refers to the orientation of the artwork files submitted. Ensure that they are submitted to back up properly to produce the intended result.
Flat Artwork (Postcards, Flyers etc.)
How To Set Up Your Files
Learn how to set up your files the right way.
General File Preparation Guidelines
Download our guides to ensure a more optimal print result.
Each job (including multiple paged projects) must be submitted as a single PDF file. Ensure that all pages are the same size.
Files must be submitted with proper orientation to ensure proper back up.
It is best to try to avoid using borders in your design. If a border is too close to the trim, the trim may be slightly off-center.
File must consist of 1/8" bleed and all important art and text must be within the safety margin.
Ensure that your PDF is high res and that all images are CMYK at 300 DPI.
Black type should have the following values: C0, M0, Y0, K100.
Embed or outline all fonts.
For best colour results, supply a CMYK only files.
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