We are not new to the printing and design industry. Our parent company DFM Graphics has been making AWESOME products for over 15 years on paper and web. Now we can create beautiful pieces of art on clothing. We are one of only a few companies in the ENTIRE USA who can print your custom design, photo or slogan on any shirt you desire, IN FULL COLOR, WITH NO MINIMUMS using our BRAND NEW digital print process.
Our print process allows our ink to "soak in" and not sit on top of the shirt. This allows you to not "feel the ink" like you would a screen printed or vinyl design. Those can feel quite harsh especially on a softer or thin material. YOU WILL LOVE THE WAY YOUR NEW SHIRT FEELS!
We offer cotton and cotton/poly blends in Comfort Colors, Port & Company, Gildan, Jerseys, District and many other brands . Each shirt material is a little differnt but all are VERY SOFT shirts that will last you for years to come. We concentrate in printing on only nicely made shirts (usually ring spun).
Many people wonder what the difference is between regular and ring-spun cotton. In a nutshell, ring-spun cotton is a tighter weave and feels softer. But why is that?
The processes for creating regular cotton and ring-spun cotton are totally different. Regular cotton is made from soft vegetable fibers that are twisted together to make yarn, which is then woven to make material. Regular cotton is less expensive to make, which means it’s a big seller with chain bulk retailers.
Ring-spun cotton, on the other hand, is completely different. Ring-spun yarn is made by twisting and thinning the cotton strands to make a very fine, strong, soft rope of cotton fibers. Ring-spun cotton t-shirts are more durable and last longer than their regular counterparts, but will also be more expensive, too. Ring spun cotton feels heavier to the touch than regular cotton, even though it isn’t. IT'S MUCH NICER!
These are the Nike Dri-Fit, Under Armour, Augusta, and most other "Sports Shirts". The fibers of wicking materials are hydrophobic, meaning they resist water absorption. They also have a capillary action that moves moisture from areas of high concentration to low concentration, the so-called wicking property. Once the moisture reaches the outside of the fabric, it evaporates.
Many of the wicking materials on the market today are made from synthetic fibers, like polyester, which begins its life as a petroleum product. Some brands are coated with an additional hydrophobic chemical coating.
This type of material is harder to print on since it resists moisture. We are one of only a handful of companies in the WORLD who can print full color images and logos on this type of material. We recommend only using high quality material since cheaper thinner polyester will not give a good of a result.
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