Printing Methods

Printing Methods

Battle Buddy Design’s products are printed using 2 main printing methods, DIGISOFT® and Dye Sublimation. Our clothing products are printed using DIGISOFT® and our drinkware is printed using Dye Sublimation.


What is DIGISOFT®?

DIGISOFT® is a digital print method engineered to solve the deficiencies of today’s most common print methods: DTG (direct-to-garment) and the newer DTF (direct-to-film). It combines the speed and scalability of DTG printing with the high-definition durability of DTF. The true power of DIGISOFT® is in its speed, versatility, & consistency – you will see the same unrivaled print quality regardless of garment material, color, or design complexity. It is truly the next generation of digital printing.

How is DIGISOFT® different from DTG or DTP?

DIGISOFT® technology combines the streamlined manufacturing power of DTG printing with the print vibrancy, clarity, & durability of DTF printing, vastly improving the print quality & durability from that of DTG while also upgrading the color quality & hand-feel of a DTF print. The result is a ground-breaking product that’s visually-stunning, impossibly durable, surprisingly versatile, & objectively superior to other print methods — delivered at a speed today’s world demands.

DIGISOFT® is currently used to print all apparel products in our catalog & some accessories: cotton t-shirts, activewear, sweatshirts, and hoodies.

Dye Sublimation

Dye-sublimation printing is a digital printing technique that uses heat to transfer dye onto various products. Dye Sublimation is used on most of our home essentials that include our drinkware products.

What is Dye Sublimation?

Dye sublimation is a digital printing technology that uses heat transfer to apply an image to the intended substrate. Also referred to as digital sublimation, the process is commonly used for decorating apparel, signs and banners as well as other items with sublimation-friendly surfaces.

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