In this video, we talk about the white underbase in DTG. Or, how to print on black and colored T-Shirts with direct to garment printing (DTG printing).
- Do you ever wonder how it is possible to print on dark and colored T-Shirts?
- After all, if you would draw with a colored pencil on a black cardboard, you would not see anything.
- As you may correctly guess, the secret is the white ink that is used in Direct to garment printing.
- In today’s video, we are going to have a closer look at the underbase and how to generate it.
- Afterwards I am going to talk about two ways to enhance the underbase:
- One way is if you are a printer and you want to save some money
- The other way is if you are a designer and you want to create better T-Shirts.
- Wait!!! How about, save some money AND make your prints look better.
- I would say this is a Win-Win situation, so make sure to stick around until the end.
So the secret is the white underbase! We are going to discuss what it is the white underbase in DTG, why you need it, and what you can do to make it look better and save some money.
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