On Demand Branding Options

Building a brand is more than just selling T-shirts, we offer a range of services that can convert a basic T-shirt into a fully re-branded garment. Our services include: Swing Tagging Custom Packaging Order inserts (Stickers / Leaflets etc) Neck Label printing Custom packing slips

Do I need to setup my SKUs in a set format?

No! Some suppliers require all of your products to be setup in a set format so that their systems can read them, when designing our system we quickly realised that this just made everything more complicated for everyone, our systems don’t require SKUs to be setup in anyway in particular

Can I supply my own garments?

For our Print on Demand service to be efficient it requires that all of the products we use are setup in our production systems, because of this we can only allow customers to provide their own garments in certain situations. If the garment is available from one of our trusted […]

Artwork Mapping

One of the key aspects of your products is the artwork, in order for us to print your products we need to know which artwork to use on each garment, and then also which artwork to use on each of your colours. To manage your products visit https://print.dtguk.com/manage Clicking a […]

Paying for your Orders

For ease when submitting orders daily we use a credit based system for all of our payments. You can either pay as you go on a per order basis or load up your account with credit which we will automatically charge when you submit orders into production. Order refunds In […]

UK Postage Pricing

See below our most up to date postal pricing UK Postal Prices T-Shirts / Vest / Baby Clothing Hoodies / Sweaters / Mugs / Bulky Items Service 1st Garment Additional Garments 1st Garment Additional Garments Royal Mail 48 £1.35 £1.35 £2.60 £1.75 Royal Mail 24 £1.60 £1.60 £3.20 £2.00 Special […]

Why am I asked to select my garment colours?

When we import your products into the system we import all of the sizes and colours that you offer on each product, we ask that you “map” the colours you offer to the ones available on the garment. This is so that if you offer “Blue” as a colour you […]