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What's the difference between screen printing & digital printing (DTG)?
Digital Printing, or direct-to-garment (DTG) printing is a process where essentially a large inkjet printer prints specialty ink directly onto garments, instead of paper. With darker garments, a white underbase layer is also applied.
The Screen Printing process is a little more laborious, and involves pressing ink through a stencil. Each colour in the design is printed separately with its own stencil, and a white underbase is also applied if the garment is darker.
Both processes produce comparable, retail-quality prints, and each have different strengths and finished looks.