Are there any minimum quantities?
With our full color direct-to-garment printing, there are no minimums for our black or white premium Next Level unisex t-shirts. There is a 12 shirt minimum for all other colors. With our screen printing process, there is a minimum of 50 garments.
Are there any color limitations?
With our direct-to-garment printing there are no color limitations. You can print full color artwork, photos or any other full color images.
What clothing brands do you print on?
For our full color direct-to-garment printing, we use Next Level Apparel. For our custom bulk orders, we have access to Gildan, Anvil, American Apparel, Hanes, and many other brands and can screen print on cotton and blends.
Will you print on products that I provide?
Yes. We work closely with online retailers and resellers and can print on garments you provide. Please make sure your garments are at least 60% cotton. We do not print on polyester or silk. A minimum order of 12 garments is required.
How much will my order cost?
Direct to Garment (DTG) full color pricing:
- 1-4 t-shirts: $25* each
- 5-9 t-shirts: $20* each
- 10 or more t-shirts: $15* each
* Cost is for single sided printing. Add $5 per location for a small chest or back print. Add $10 per location for a second full side print.
Screen print pricing:Request a quote by clicking "quote" on our website menu and fill out our quote request form on our website or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
When do I pay for my order?
Your payment must be received before we order your shirts. Any delay in payment will delay your turnaround time.
How long does it take to get my order?
Full color DTG turnaround time:
- Stock items print in 24-48 hours
- Items provided by customers print within 5 business days
Screen print turnaround time:
- 2 weeks from the day artwork is approved and shirts are ordered
I don't know how to design, how do I customize a shirt?
No design? No problem! Use our online builder to create your custom t-shirt design. Choose from thousands of fonts and images or edit one of our design ideas. Or, work directly with one of our designers and we'll create artwork for you free of charge.
What's the difference between screen printing and direct-to-garment printing?
Screenprinting involves creating screens of artwork and then using those screens to apply ink to the garment. Colors are applied individually using different screens. The more colors required, the more screens needed to finish printing the design on the garment. Screenprinting is the best option for quantities greater than 50 garments.
Direct-to-garment (DTG) printing involves your artwork being processed by a computer then printed directly onto the garment. Because the design is printed digitally and there is no physical setup, it allows for quantities as small as one. DTG printing is the best option for small quantities, fast turnarounds or for full color artwork.
What file formats are preferred when submitting artwork?
PSD, EPS, PDF, JPG or PNG formats are preferred. Please make sure your files are at least 300 dpi or in vector format at actual size for optimal output.