Contract DTG printing Sea/Tac

Largest DTG printer in Puget Sound

Decosource is the largest DTG (direct to garment ) printer in the pacific northwest. They have be in business since 1977 starting out with one embroidery machine. The now do screen printing, DTG printing, Embroidery, custom sewing and whatever you can put a needle into.

Because Decosource is a contract printer you can bring your own garments in for decoration. This is a convenient way to save money because you can buy the apparel from a distributor. (we recommend Sanmar located in Preston Wa. Sanmar will ship your order to Decosource free freight. This cash savings goes directly to the bottom line.  Decosource does all the work  and all our customer has to do is sell.

Small orders are very easy to do because the printing is digital. The process is such that our customer sends us their finished art work and we do the rest. All you have to do is go to Costco and save money.

Note: The art work must be clean and sharp. We ask for 300 dpi.jpg so it will print clear on the garment. We really like vector ready art because we can size it and make any changes if needed.

Deco has the state of the art equipment. We use only the Kornit printers which are made in Israel. Israel is known as the world center for printer R&D. This is why it was a natural to develope and manufacturer theprinters in Israel where the best talent is available. You might note Amazon and Fanatics use Kornit printers exclusively

Custom small orders means you can have multi-color designs and not have a screen set up. A small screen order which has 6 colors will cost at least $120.00 for set up. With digital the set up is$40.00 (one time only). This allows you to come back and order the single piece you forgot with the original orders. This is a big plus because we haven’t experienced too many perfect orders.

If you have to go back to your original screen printer you will be paying additional set u charges.

 

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Author: Jim Mickelson

Jim Mickelson is the pioneer in the custom apparel industry since 1977. Jim is the CEO of NW Custom Apparel and Decosource and writes for industry blogs and trade journals throughout the world. Jim's work has been published in Impressions and Prntwear magazines. Jim is available for onsite consulting services when his schedule permits.