Screen Printing is a good economic choice for a high-quality print, bright colors, on multiple shirts.
One or more colors:
For each color in the design, a separate screen is needed.
1-color printing costs less then multi-colors.
NO Screen/Set-up Charges:
1-color printing - 12 shirts minimum
2-color printing - 24 shirts minimum
3-color printing - 36 shirts minimum
4-color printing - 48 shirts minimum
Screen/Set-up charges apply:
(only if do less than the minimum of 12 shirts required per screen)
$35 per screen (and that includes film, set/up etc)
The more you order, the better your price will be per shirt.
Larger sizes cost more:
XXL (2X) and larger sizes are $2.00 more each
Cotton / Polyester / 50/50:
100% cotton, 100% polyester, moisture management, moisture wicking... or a 50/50 blend is your choice.
We assist with artwork, design, adding text etc. (see also Bus.Cards/Art/Logos/Design)
On 1-color jobs we usually don't charge for artwork unless it's very involved.
When color-separations are needed, or more time will be spent on getting the graphics
ready, there will be a charge for time spend in getting the artwork ready (we will let you know in advance!!)
Vector files are preferred if we have a choice!!
Pockets cost more
Shirts with a pocket are $1.00 more.
Color of shirt - price difference
Colored shirts cost more than white shirts.
Printing on dark shirts (with light ink) often needs a second 'cover' of ink, that's also why dark shirt cost more.
Front and/or back
Print on front (full or pocket area), back, sleeve. There are endless possibilities
depending what we print on. Each area is a separate location/separate print.
Orders take about 10 working days (count roughly 2 weeks). If you need something sooner there might be a RUSH! -charge of $25.00 (if it's busy and we are able do it) and/or we might have you pay for the shipping of the shirts to our location.
Q: How does it work?
The image is printed in black on transparancy film. Each color on the shirt requires a different film.
The transparancy film is used to burn the image into a screen.
Ink is then pushed through the screen with a squeegee onto the shirt and creates the print (white in this example on a black shirt; then red was printed over white using a different screen).