There's always a special feeling when you touch your creative side and craft something for yourself or for your loved ones, isn't there? Imagine the proud feeling you'll get when you wear your own designs! We make that possible with our range of T-shirts designed by you.
Our exciting range of custom t-shirts includes Unisex round-neck tees, which are perfect casual t-shirts, Bulk round-neck tees, which are attractive if you're in a band, a team or even plan an outing with your colleagues. You can even customize a range of Polo t-shirts as well, and choose from classic, regular or premium polos. You can learn a lot more about them in the respective product pages.
We, at Printo, give an immense priority to the perfect printing types for all our products, and apparel isn't an exception. We always ensure printing using the best-in-class machinery for every t-shirt that leaves our warehouse. All printing equipment and t-shirt materials are checked and maintained regularly.
A guide to various printing types
DTG or Digital printing
The working of this printing technique is in the name - it prints the design directly on the garment - a lot like an inkjet printer. It's one of the most popular methods of garment printing. With this printing method, you can basically print just about anything with tremendous accuracy in colour and design. It's easy to achieve high levels of design detail and resolution with this method of printing.
Print-and-cut method of printing
The popular number 10 on the jerseys of Sachin Tendulkar and Lionel Messi come from a type of transfer printing method, named print-and-cut where vinyl is put onto a piece of fabric using a heat press. Computer-aided design is often used to precision cut the vinyl as per customer's design specifications. With print-and-cut printing, it's possible to transfer designs to almost any part of the t-shirt including on the sleeves.
This method of printing is over a millennia-old but was first used on t-shirts in 1959. The concept is simple - every design has a set number of basic colours used in them. These colours would be separated and based on the design, different proportions of these colours would be allowed onto the fabric with the use of a mesh-like screen; hence the name. It's one of the most inexpensive types of printing considering the only significant expense is for the ink. Hence, if you have a bulk t-shirt order, this is the type of printing you should go for.
This is a printing technique where there isn't any actual printing done in the conventional sense. In the embroidery technique, a sewing machine sews the design into the fabric. Almost every polo t-shirt uses this method to print designs. We can see embroidery popularly on corporate workwear. With embroidery, the custom design becomes a part of the t-shirt fabric itself, and hence is as long-lasting as the t-shirt. Moreover, nothing looks as great as a design embroidered onto a cloth. It's professional and looks very elegant.