T Shirt printing is one of Adlogo’s primary specialities and every job is completed by us in house. We don’t outsource any of our work as this makes it harder for us to keep customers items to our high standards that we have come to expect by completing every order in house.
We have a vast knowledge of t shirts and are able to help every customer in many ways, from helping to choose the right type of t shirt, whether its lightweight t shirts which are ideal for bulk orders and good for promotional uses, or fashionable t shirt’s for people that are looking for a more modern and fitted look. Adlogo have a wide range of t shirts available to print on from Fruit of the Loom, Gildan, Finden&Hales, Kariban to B&C our stock t shirt.
There are three options for getting your t shirt printing order completed but knowing which is best for you can be a bit of a minefield, so if you’re really stuck you can always contact us, or continue reading and it might explain things in more detail and help you understand the complicated world of t shirt printing.
Screen Printing is one of the most commonly applied t shirt printing methods that there is, being ideal for larger designs where most of the t shirt is taken up by the design. Screen printing is best for larger runs of 50+ as it’s not so economical for small orders. With Screen Printing there is a setup charge for the screens, but this is a one off charge and if you need more t shirt printing done later then we can use the screens again, as long as your design remains the same.
Transfer Printing doesn’t really have any of the ink absorbed into the clothing directly, as Transfer printing is where a transfer is applied directly on top of the garment. Transfer printing is ideal if you’re looking for short runs or single coloured logos to be applied to clothing as it gives a sharp and neat finish. You’re able to wash transferred printed garments up to 40 degrees C compared to screen printing which can be washed at up to 60 degrees C. However we and produce transfers specially for workwear which can be washed up to 90 degrees C.
DTG Printing or Direct to Garment is ideal if you’re looking for a low run of t-shirt printing under 50, but we are flexible on this number. DTG t shirt printing works best on white, light coloured and dark garments combined with a photo style or multi coloured image. DTG printing works like a giant inkjet printer and will print high quality images 600 x 600 dpi directly onto the t shirt. Direct to garment printed t shirts can be washed at 40 degrees C.