Can you print gradients, transparency and fades with OGO?
For t-shirts, we use a print process called Direct-to-Garment (DTG). This process does allow for fades and gradients, even when printing onto coloured t-shirts that require a white underbase.
Results may vary, though, depending on how the gradient is done and the level of transparency. We do recommend you sample the designs first before selling. https://ogo.com.au/samples/
For sweatshirts and many of our new or yet-to-be-released products, we will be using a process called Direct-to-Film (Digiflex). Similar to DTG but is better with solid colours. Due to more adhesive and underbase, it doesn't do gradients and fades well, so we recommend avoiding that style of design for DTF, and instead using techniques such as half-tones.