Direct to Garment Printing

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Serving the Chicago and tristate area, we have partnered with ROQ US to provide the next generation of direct to garment printing. As a result, with ROQ NOW digital printing technology, you can expect speed and quality with no minimums or inventory. This is the next evolution in DTG.

What is Direct to Garment Printing?

Direct to garment (DTG) printing is a process of printing directly onto garments using specialized inkjet technology. It is an on-demand printing method. For that reason, it allows for no minimums and higher quality prints than traditional screen printing. DTG printing, unlike traditional screen printing, doesn’t require screens. For this reason, DTG offers more design flexibility, allowing for complex designs with multiple colors and intricate details to be printed on garments quickly and easily. With this in mind, DTG printing allows businesses to produce custom garments in small batches or even one-offs without the need for expensive setup fees. Without a doubt, this makes it ideal for creating unique pieces of clothing that can be sold on demand or used as promotional items.

What are the Benefits of Direct to Garment Printing?

DTG is ideal for lower quantities and full-color prints. The DTG process is fully digital and allows for any high-resolution image to be printed within a matter of minutes. As a result, there is no minimum quantity required. Which means you do not need to maintain inventory. If you are looking for high volume, then click here to learn about our screen printing services.

Our portfolio of work is growing daily. You can see some of our work at DTG printing is an affordable and fast option regardless of the event, quantity, or budget.

direct to garment printing ROQ NOW

Direct to Garment with ROQ NOW

Featuring an inline process, the NOW takes the garment from the pre-treatment to final finishing in one touch, a critical innovation in the DTG printing process.


The ROQ NOW DTG machine is the latest in technology! Watching it run is almost as impressive as the prints that it produces.