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I think wanna start a new business..so which method give most quality i mean when wash the tshirt many times, the colour isnt dull and maybe my design are high resolution and which method are suitable(i mean what i'm design are exactly can be print to that tshirt)..and which brand give most quality tshirt?..
 

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I think wanna start a new business..so which method give most quality i mean when wash the tshirt many times, the colour isnt dull and maybe my design are high resolution and which method are suitable(i mean what i'm design are exactly can be print to that tshirt)..and which brand give most quality tshirt?..
Hi friend,

Good quality t-shirt to be selected at first, could be anyone, because there are many brande tees with good or high quality, like hanes, gildan, AA, etc.

Screen printing, heat transfer, DTG are more popular used for design printings on tees. You can use these ways to print your designs.

Pls show us any design picture of you if possible, will try to give more advice.

Bill
 

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err..before this i'm using silkscreen printing but after wash that tshirt 4-5 times then it's design colour become dull..so how about dtg and heat press?..how about their quality?..
 

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err..before this i'm using silkscreen printing but after wash that tshirt 4-5 times then it's design colour become dull..so how about dtg and heat press?..how about their quality?..
Hi,

We didn't do DTG printing at present, but the freshness of printing color w/ heat press is better than screen printing. But the color fastness isn't good than screen printing.

Hope where some experts can replenish more advice about DTG printing.

Bill
 
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