How to Direct-To-Garment (DTG) Print on Different Kinds of T-Shirt Material  | Screenprinting.com

How to Direct-To-Garment (DTG) Print on Different Kinds of T-Shirt Material

Sage Larson
Are you looking into the ins and outs of direct-to-garment (DTG) printing? It's good to know the processes for DTG printing on popular kinds of shirt materials like 100% cotton, 50/50, and triblend. DTG experts weigh in to share best practices to ensure you'll produce high-quality products for customers.
Guidance for DTG Printing on Triblend Garments  | Screenprinting.com

Guidance for DTG Printing on Triblend Garments

Luke Ryerkerk
Last, but not least, it's time to learn how to Direct-To-Garment print on triblend garments! DTG Extraordinaire Luke Ryerkerk will share his wisdom on the topic so you can crush your next print job.
Tips for Printing on 50/50 Garments with a DTG Printer  | Screenprinting.com

Tips for Printing on 50/50 Garments with a DTG Printer

Luke Ryerkerk
After learning how to DTG print on 100% cotton garments, it's now time to learn how to Direct-To-Garment print on 50/50 garments (50% polyester, 50% cotton). Learn the ins and outs from DTG expert Luke Ryerkerk so you can crush your next print job.
Tips for DTG Printing on 100% Cotton Garments  | Screenprinting.com

Tips for DTG Printing on 100% Cotton Garments

Luke Ryerkerk
Like in screen printing, the type of garment will affect how you print via Direct-To-Garment (DTG). This week, expert Luke Ryerkerk dives into the specifics about printing 100% cotton on a DTG printer. 
Six Questions to Ask When Buying a DTG Printer  | Screenprinting.com

Six Questions to Ask When Buying a DTG Printer

Luke Ryerkerk
Last week, Ryonet held a webinar that highlighted the six questions you should ask when you buy a direct-to-garment printer. Special guest Snarky Cancer joined to share his experience of adding digital to his shop. In case you missed it, here are the specifics of what you need to look for in a DTG printer.
What to Ask When Buying a DTG Printer  | Screenprinting.com

What to Ask When Buying a DTG Printer

Sage Larson
Purchasing your first direct-to-garment printer or DTG kit? It's a big investment, one you probably don't want to do on a whim. If you're looking t...
Your Guide to Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing  | Screenprinting.com

Your Guide to Direct To Garment (DTG) Printing

Sage Larson
Ryonet's DTG expert Luke Ryerkerk sat down with Printavo to talk about all the ins and outs of DTG. An hour later, Luke shared a ton of great cont...

Allmade and Direct to Garment Printing

Charlie Veuleman

Founding Allmade 2016 was a pivotal year in my wife and I’s shop. We took on several new pieces of equipment and a whole slew of challenges, signed a lease on a new building, got approval to initiate a Direct To Garment Demo Program in our Shop, and joined Ryonet in founding Allmade. There is […]

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Getting The Most Out Of Garment Creator

Ryonet Collaborator

One of the great features of the Epson F2000 is the RIP software that is included with it – Garment Creator.  RIP stands for Raster Image Processor, and is the name for the type of software that converts a digital image into a format the printer can understand.  While Garment Creator is not graphics software […]

Is DTG Right For You?

AR Department

If you have browsed industry forums or visited a trade show in the past few years, you know that Direct-To-Garment printing is shaking up the industry and providing a plethora of new options for garment decorators that were not available a decade ago.  While adding DTG as a profit center is a great fit for […]

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A Little Maintenance Goes A Long Way With DTG Printing

AR Department

Direct to Garment (DTG) printers use inkjet printheads to “print” onto the garment. The ink itself is made up of water, pigment and other proprietary materials. The printheads force little chunks of pigment out of a tiny nozzle and can cause some issues that we need to be prepared for. White ink is the biggest […]

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Printing With A Direct to Garment Printer From Start to Finish

Cody Scherer

A (DTG) direct to garment printer is a digital printer that, you guessed it, prints directly onto the fabric. Direct to garment printers are great because they have the ability to maintain high detail, have full vibrant colors and result in beautiful prints. Sound easy enough? It can be if you do it right and […]

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