Revolutionizing Fabric Printing: DTF vs DTG vs Screen Printing

Revolutionizing Fabric Printing: DTF vs DTG vs Screen Printing

In our quest to uncover the best fabric printing solution, we stumbled upon the PUNEHOD A3 DTF Transfer Printer with Roll Feeder. This innovation combines the convenience of direct to film printing with the quality of preheating technology, resulting in superior prints on both dark and light clothing. Compared to traditional DTG printers, the A3 DTF Printer+Oven offers a more cost-effective and efficient method for producing intricate designs with vibrant colors. We were truly amazed by how this printer revolutionizes the fabric printing industry, providing a hassle-free experience without compromising on quality. Say goodbye to the limitations of screen printing and join us as we embrace the future of fabric printing with the PUNEHOD A3 DTF Transfer Printer.

Sublimation Printing vs Heat Transfer: The Ultimate Comparison

Sublimation Printing vs Heat Transfer: The Ultimate Comparison

When it comes to printing designs on t-shirts, there seems to be a never-ending debate between sublimation printing and heat transfer methods. We recently tested the Hiipoo Heat Transfer Paper 8.5×11″ Iron-on Transfer Paper for T-Shirt, and we were blown away by the results. The 30 sheets included in the pack are printable, washable, and perfect for dark fabrics. Our designs came out vibrant and detailed, with no fading or peeling even after multiple washes. Whether you’re a seasoned pro or a newbie in the world of custom t-shirt printing, this transfer paper is a game-changer. Stay tuned for our upcoming blog post where we delve deeper into the comparison between sublimation and heat transfer methods.