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It’s a fact but its true ! Everyone thinks of a DTG , a very costly setup and that too with a poor quality. Isn’t it ? Our suggestion is not to trust any of such articles before you  visit Creative Graphics. Check out what best we have in DTG.
We never say it’s manufactured in India. But YES, its a fact that it is the most economical & one of the top DTG Printers assembled in India. No matter what certification we have or what make is its head of, we focus on quality production that too with economical cost. We don’t call it a cheap but yes it’s really economical.

DTG Printer cost

Is DTG a value added services to your business ?

DTG realities and facts accepted by printing industry.

Problems in DTG Printing

DTG Ink cracks.

Yes its a true fact. But let us tell you one important thing about it. DTG should never be used for bulk orders of particular design. There is no catch for Screening Printing when it comes to production with multicolored print. No matter how costly the machine is. DTG Is a non contact printing printing process, meaning the ink head spreads dots of inks on a tshirt. Whereas in screen printing the ink directly comes in contact with a tshirt while printing. This process is a contact printing process by which ink is forced through a screen opeing. As a result screen printed inks or prints have better adhesion power than any other types of the transfer process.


DTG is an expensive Technology.

YES ? NO ?

No, it’s not. It depends on for what quantity and purpose you use it. For example, Screen printing involves making of screen, a die, which takes at-least 20-30 min. If the quantity to be printed is one or two, investing a time in making a die is huge. If we compare the same print in the case of 10 or 20 number of garments the cost of the screen is divided by the quantity of the colors. Even the steps are less in numbers, they need ample amount of time and manual work to do so. We call DTG the best fabric printing process to print less number of garments or t-shirts. Probably one to 10 or even 100.

DTG is not so easy or quick process to be very clear. It involves

  1. PRE-COAT ( Making the fabric surface ready to accept ink )
  2. Printing
  3. Drying

What are the Benefits of DTG Printing?

• High-quality printing with attention to details
• DTG printer does not require charging of the color; therefore, full-color printing is easily
• The prints made by a DTG printer keeps its initial brightness and intensity over a long
• The prints made by the printer are highly accurate and incredibly detailed
• DTG printing is the best option for prints that require a combination of multiple colors
during printing
• DTG printer prints faster than other printers
• The DTG printer does not require artwork to be color separated

Common Drawbacks

What are the Drawbacks in DTG Printer?
The major drawback of the DTG printer is the high cost of purchase. The regular DTG printer
costs as much as over 9 Lakh. The other drawback includes:
• Not all clothing materials can use DTG printing. Clothing materials with low cotton
content such as polyester garments and sports clothing are not advisable for DTG
• Printing onto a dark and colored materials can appear to be less vibrant and colorful

Why Im’Presso ?

One of the best DTG Printers in India.

Low cost DTG Printer

DTG Setup cost & quality.

As discussed above, DTG was an expensive & low quality technology till date, we would love to share some of the facts of Im’Presso overcoming the disadvantages of Digital Garment Printing       (DTG) Industry. Check out some of the best features of our DTG Printer.


DTG printer Like Never Before

Direct-to-Garment T-shirt Printer makes use of highly modified inkjet to apply garment inks, which are heat set with a tunnel dryer. What sets it apart from the other forms of printer is the direct application of inks on the clothing material with the help of an inkjet printer. The DTG printer is like the desktop inkjet printer, with the only difference been that desktop printers print on papers while DTG prints on clothes. One of the main highlights of the DTG printer is the reduction in labor-intensiveness associated with other forms of printing. Also, since the design from a DTG printer is being printed directly from the computer, it enables more accuracy and more attention to details when printing.

What are the Advantages of Im’presso over other DTG printers?

The significant difference between Im’presso and other DTG printers is the cost of purchase of the printer itself and associated components.

Cost of purchase:
Regular DTG printers cost as much as 9 lakh to purchase while the Im’presso DTG printer costs just 3 Lakh. This means a buyer can save up to over 6 Lakhs for other purposes.
Cost of purchasing printing Ink:
The cost of buying printing ink for the regular DTG printer per every 250ml is 6200/- and 3600/- for white and CMYK, respectively. On the other hand, the cost of purchasing printing ink for the Im’presso printer goes as low as 3800/- and 1500/- for white and CMYK, respectively.
Pre-coat cost:
he cost of purchasing pre-coat for regular DTG printers is 2500/ liter, while for Im’presso is 1400/liter.
Cost of printing:
The cost of print A3 deep color on a dark garment for the regular DTG printer ranges from 150 to 200 Rupees. Im’presso, on the other hand, costs just 70 to 120 Rupees. The cost for the same printing on a light garment ranges between 80 to 120 Rupees and 40 to 80 Rupees for the regular DTG and Im’presso, respectively.
Cost of replacing Head:
The cost of replacing Head for the regular DTG printer varies between 1 Lakh and 4 Lakh while the cost of replacing Head for Im’presso costs just Rs. 9000

In conclusion, Im’presso DTG printer is a more affordable and efficient printer that offers the same depth of printing color that has been achieved with the regular DTG printer. For the consumers, this means lower cost of printing without compromise on the high-quality of color depth and accuracy. For printing corporation, this means more affordability and a further reduction in the labor-intensiveness.