Direct To Garment (DTG) If the previous types of digital screen printing used intermediary media to transfer design images to t-shirts / fabrics, in DTG printing, designs were printed directly onto the shirt.
Polyflex screen printing In polyflex digital screen printing, the artwork / design is set on a computer that is connected to a special machine. Furthermore, there are 2 types of processes that can be selected for polyflex screen printing, namely cutting and printing.
Transfer Paper This digital transfer paper screen printing uses special paper as a medium to transfer artwork / design to the surface of the t-shirt. The design is printed using a printer onto transfer paper and then transferred to the surface of the t-shirt / fabric through a pressing process with a temperature of 100 -150oC. There are 2 types of paper used, namely, for light colored fabrics and for dark colored fabrics.
Sublimasi (Sublimation) Like transfer paper screen printing, sublimation screen printing prints designs on sublimation paper using a commonly used home inkjet printer (with special modifications for certain brands), then pressed using a hotpress with a temperature of 200 – 250C. Sublimation screen printing uses special sublime ink, or for better quality you can use special sublimation paper.