Pennington provides direct-to-garment or custom digital t-shirt printing.

DTG or direct to garment is also sometimes called digital garment printing, digital apparel printing, and inkjet to garment printing. The difference between direct-to-garment printing (DTG) and other types of printing such as iron-on print style transfers is that DTG produces incredibly high-quality artwork that will stay put for years to come.

With iron-on printing, the apparel results are infamous for fading and cracking after a single wash. Your shirt smells good but the graphics look crackled. The trade-off isn’t worth it. Thankfully, this process of printing graphics onto textiles and garments — most notably tees — uses modified inkjet technology to print whatever graphic you want onto the shirt (think of it like a giant inkjet printer for shirts).

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