When selecting the printed option for your garment you will notice the 1st option is Full Colour.
Then 1-colour, 2-colour etc.
When full colour is selected this prices the garment up to be DTG printed in full colour. On smaller quantities of garments that have a lot of colours this can be the cheapest option.
If there are not many colours in the logo and you need 50 or 100 garments screen printing would be the best way to decorate the garment.

When we screen print we have to make a screen for each colour and mix the inks up.
When we print digitally "DTG" we just print straight from the artwork file you send us directly on to the shirt.

You can see the price difference by changing between the options when you have loaded up your art file.

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