DTG and DTF also known as  Digital Garment Printing or Direct To Film printing is the latest technology in fabric printing. It is printing an image directly onto a fabric without the necessity of positive films, screens, set up or anything else that is required for screen printing.
The ECO friendly water based ink is printed directly onto a film and presses any fabric which results in exceptional “soft feel” print as well as offering more flexibility than screen-printing in terms of color variation and turn-around time (especially for smaller orders). The quality of your image / design has a direct effect on the outcome.
Beware that there are many ordinary paper printers modified to print on fabric but only the printers that are made for garment film printing would produce quality prints and just like any other equipment in the market, there are low quality and high quality ones hence we have chosen the best in the industry to guarantee your satisfaction.
DTF Garment Printing:
The new technology enables us to print a full color image on "almost" any fabric, from 100% cotton to 100% poly and other mixes, without having to use screen, films , multiple set ups, etc.

DTF files:
The higher the resolution and quality of the file, the better the outcome.
Note: Gradient (color fade out), very thin lines and dots, very small text may not come out right. 
 Files have to be:
* 200 DPI or higher resolution
* To the size that you want them to be printed
* Transparent background.

DTF Pricing:
It is all about the size of the image and not number of colors in your design therefore we need to:
1- See your design and know the size "in inches".
2- What type of fabric we are going to print on.
3- What style of garment. 

Here are some actual samples and of course there's a lot more but we have promised to safeguard our client's designs. 
DTG with no white base:
Looking for a no feel print on white shirts and don't mind a bit muted colors then DTG might be a good choice for you. An image can be printed on a white fabric without needing a white base since the fabric is white. Imagine painting a white wall, you wouldn't need a white under base. You can also request no white base on very light color fabric (see images of Texas state below). The only issue is that the color of the fabric will change the tone of colors in your design, also the white area of your design will be the color of the fabric.
The darker the fabric, the less you'll see true colors therefore we recommend using a white under base on color fabrics to show your design in its best possible way.

White background vs. Transparent background

DTG Printers print anything that is in the image, especially the white background of a pictures that you may not want. Therefore your design must have a Transparent Background. Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator are the best to adjust your designs.