Alloys will handle DTG Digital products through their Print and Imaging division, with the product range available for demonstration at the Alloys Business Centre in Melbourne.
"DTG heralds a new era in non-traditional printing for Alloys," said Alloys' Dave Guttman. "Garment decorative printing is one of the largest growth areas in the Australian printing industry and the DTG product offering is number one in this market segment worldwide."
"Garment printing is still in the embryonic phase of its product life cycle. Resellers and their end-users have an unparalleled return-on-investment opportunity by partnering with Alloys and DTG at the ground level.
"It's really exciting to be collaborating with the inventors of the technology rather than a representative of the manufacturer, and our channel partners have a real opportunity to pave the way for new innovations in the Australian non-traditional printer market."
DTG's range of garment printers feature the company's patented WIMS (White Ink Management System) that, according to Alloys, "delivers superior detail and vibrancy, plus a level of consistency unheard of in other direct-to-garment printers".