Are there any minimum quantities?
Wether you need 1 or 100 shirts, we've got you covered. Only print what you need.
What is your turnaround time?
We offer super-fast turnarounds with no screen fees or setup fees. Standard turnaround is 5 business days with 2 and 3-day options available.
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. You can also print one color t-shirts as well. The sky is the limit.
What clothing brands do you print on?
For our full color direct-to-garment printing, we use premium garments from Next Level Apparel made from 100% cotton for a super soft comfortable wear. For our wholesale/contract customers we print on a variety of different brands that are at least 60% cotton.
What type of clothing can I provide to print on?
We can print on any t-shirt, long sleeve t-shirt, tank top, crew neck, or hoodie that is made up of at least 60% cotton. We cannot print on tri-blends or moisture wicking polyester at this time. For best results, choose garments that are 100% cotton with a very tight weave. Preferred brands are Next Level and Bella Canvas.
How much will my order cost?
Cost varies by product. Total cost is calculated on the product page and in the shopping cart. For a price list, visit our price guide page. For wholesale/contract customers, click here to estimate your project.
When do I pay for my order?
Payment can be made by credit card or PayPal at checkout.
What shipping services do you use?
We ship most packages using USPS and UPS.
I don't know how to design, how do I customize a shirt?
No design? No problem! We work directly with our customers to format their artwork or design new artwork based on their sketches or ideas. Additional fees may apply.
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. Screen printing is the best option for large quantity printing and for designs with only 1 or 2 colors.
Direct-to-garment (DTG) printing processes artwork digitally and then is printed directly onto the garment using print head technology similar to a laser jet printer. Inks are 100% water based and environmentally friendly. DTG printing is the best option for small quantities, print on demand, and full color artwork.
What file formats are preferred when submitting artwork?
Transparent PNG files are preferred but we also accept PSD, JPG, EPS, AI, SVG and PDF. Please make sure your files are at least 300 dpi or in vector format at actual size for optimal output.