DTG Printing with Lofty Creations

We offer Direct To Garment printing throughout the UK and Europe using top quality DTG printers.

We can achieve incredible print quality at an affordable price for small & large print runs.

Direct to garment printing is a fabric printing method where the ink is printed directly onto the fabric which results in exceptional soft feel, and offers the flexibility to print on any colour garments with a fast turn-around time. We are able to offer full colour printing onto all colours of fabric.

We have printing solutions for all requirements from contract printing to overflow printing we can come up with a specific price and print process to suit your requirements.

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What are the benefits of DTG Printing?

Fast Turnaround

With DTG printing, we can take a design and run off a print within seconds of saving the design.
DTG printing just requires the file, the printer and you’re off!

No Minimum Print Runs Or Setup Costs

You can print as many or as few of each design as you like, if you want a single print or 500 prints then DTG can handle any size order – while you will benefit from bulk discounts, there are no setup charges meaning that printing a single unit is still financially viable and very affordable.

Multiple Colours

We don’t charge by the colour, so unlike screen printing where you will pay per colour, with DTG printing you could have a single colour, or 100 colours in your design and the price will remain constant.

Complex Designs Easily Printed

As this print method is digital, complex designs can be printed with ease – for example full colour photographs, intricate designs or small text which other print methods would either find impossible or very difficult to print.

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White Vs Coloured Printing

When printing onto a white garment, our machine will print the entire image just using CMYK. This means that the ink will ‘soak’ into the fabric to give a very soft feel comparable to a sublimation print.

When we are printing onto dark or coloured garments, the machine must first print a white underbase to allow the ink to sit above the garment fibres and ensure a vibrant print. This means that the print will feel slightly more raised than a white garment print but will not feel heavy or overly rough like a screen print would do. The water based prints will also not crack and will stretch with the fabric!

Please contact us for our very competitive pricing structure