About T-Byrd Graphics

Total Print Solutions

Here at T-Byrd Graphics, we can supply an entire line of promotional products, and “swag” for your company, or upcoming event. While everyone loves a great T-shirt, you can expand on that with coffee mugs, mouse pads, custom clocks, name tags, prestigious awards, aluminum signs, ceramic tiles, and thousands of other products. Traditional Screen Printing is still the most economical option for larger quantities, single or multi-color prints. Why stop there though? We now have cutting-edge (DTG) a.k.a. Direct To Garment printing. You can now get a full-color graphic printed directly on a garment.

What We Offer


We have 5 years in the DTG industry. We have extensively tested hundreds of garments, and have found which ones give the best print results. We have our recommended brands, and can only guarantee the best product if we help choose the garment you want to print on. You can trust us when we promise you the highest quality DTG product available on the market.
A white underbase is printed under the colors when printed on a dark-colored garment. This makes the colors brighter and is the reason for a major benefit over sublimation garment printing.
Anything from company logos, graphic designs, artwork, and photos can be printed on a variety of garments in vivid color.


With screen printing, the garment choice are almost unlimited. You can screen print on almost any fabric. Though some will yield better results than others.
For larger orders, the price per print can be in the single digits. You pay a screen charge upfront, but each print after that can be very cost-effective. Lower quantity orders can see an increase in price though as the process is designed for long runs.


Dye sublimation printing uses ink and heat to transfer an image onto a material. Sublimation printing transfers full-color artwork onto polyester and polymer-coated substrates.
Sublimation can be used on many materials such as 100% polyester fabric products and specially coated plastics, ceramics, metal, hardboard, acrylic, neoprene, and more.
The process of sublimation uses heat and pressure applied to the ink and transfer paper, transforming it into a gas without passing through the liquid state, which fully embeds the graphic onto the material.

Set Up Your Designs

File format is critical. Please submit files in the following formats
.jpg | .png | .pdf | .eps | .ai
Color Profiles. RGB – I know it might seem strange, but most software for full-color digital RIPs use an RGB color palette. Please submit artwork in RGB color space. Unless it is for Screen printing. Screen printed files are best when submitted in vector format using Illustrator, and separated with PMS-tagged colors as each color has to be labeled in order to print correctly, and reduce the possibility of inaccurate colors. Image Quality. 300 dpi. Open “Image Properties” and make sure the artwork is set to at least 300 dpi, or 300 ppi. This will yield the sharpest image possible.
Image Size. Please check the final inch size of the artwork so we can impose it properly without having to resize the artwork. Setup. If any extra work is needed to make your artwork printable, we will contact you, and inform you of any extra charges. If you have any other questions or need help getting your files prepared correctly, you can always contact us using the button below. We will help guide you along the way, so you get the highest quality print possible and are satisfied with the results.
Screenshots from phones and pictures of a completed product(IE: a picture of a shirt) will not work as a printable image.