DTG works in the same way as an inkjet printer American Made Zac Brown Band Trade Mark shirt. just like the ones in your office and home. The ink is simply applied to pre-treated fabric instead of paper. Injection printers were invented in the Fifties and were commonplace by the Eighties. It was a natural step for people to look at other applications for the technology. The first commercially available DTG printer appeared in the Nineties, invented by Matthew Rhome. Quite aptly named ‘Revolution’, it offered new possibilities – the birth of digital direct, straight to garment printing.
American Made Zac Brown Band Trade Mark shirt, hoodie, sweater, longsleeve and ladies t-shirt
The t-shirt is a navy 100% cotton Next Level t-shirt in a medium American Made Zac Brown Band Trade Mark shirt. It is very light and the cotton is very soft. Quite appropriate for the hot and humid climate where I reside. I like Next Level tees. They are slightly baggier than standard American Apparel t-shirts. The original tags are on the t-shirt so we know that it was manufactured in US. The print itself is one color and slightly grungy looking so it is very difficult for me to judge the quality. The white print on the dark shirt is vivid enough though so I have no complaints and as the design doesn’t use so much ink (plastisol is my guess) it is soft.
Simple designs usually make a tee wearable and this shirt is no exception but as I said above, this t-shirt looks a bit like a vintage label or logo and generically so. So unless people have watched they TV show, the t-shirt will more than likely not make an impression or be a conversation piece. Unless of course you bring it up yourself and that’s just weird. The tee is wearable, but it’s just not special. I haven’t seen many Vikings inspired t-shirts but even if I was a big fan, I can’t honestly see myself buying this one.