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The standard turnaround is 7-10 business days from final approval and payment of your order, but there are options available if you need your shirts sooner! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org or pick Rush or En Fuego when you place your order online to request faster service. Turnaround time can be affected by our vendor stock and any finishing services (custom tags, folding, bagging, etc.).
Free shipping is included on our standard orders (7-10 business day turnaround). Rush production and shipping is available for an additional fee.
No. The cost to make your screens are included in our standard pricing.
We want you to order as many shirts as you need so we offer 'tier-less' pricing. Your price per shirt is based on the number of locations that are printed on (front, back, sleeve, nape), the number of colors in each location, and the quantity of items ordered in each design. Your price per shirt will go down the more you buy but it isn't tied to specific numbers.
Yes, our minimum order is 50 pieces of each design, and at least 25 of each style (for example, the same image on a short sleeve and on a hoodie). We can do smaller quantities of reprints (25 minimum), but we encourage you to make sure you order enough the first time. Your price will always be lower the more you order, so if your budget allows, tack on a few extras to your initial order.
While we mainly screen print on shirts, we can also screen print on other items, such as sweatpants, yoga pants, canvas bags, aprons, etc. If you would like to enquire about screen printing another item besides a shirt, please contact us for further details.
Yes. Our Performance selection offers dri-ft clothing in both adult and youth sizes. We also offer polos in men's and women's sizes. If you do not see a style under the Performance category that you like, feel free to contact us.
Yes. The absolute best way to match a garment that you had printed elsewhere is to have an actual physical sample. Pantone color references are also very helpful. Please keep in mind that there are a lot of variables that go into color matching (shirt color, fabric type, ink type/brand, ink opacity, screen mesh counts, press settings, dryer/cure temperatures). But we should be able to get you very close. Depending on the time required to match samples, additional fees may apply. Once we have a color-matched, it will go into our system and we can ensure color consistency moving forward.
Yes! We can remove the manufacture tag and print a custom tag just for your brand. We use screen print transfers for custom tags and will order, inventory, and press the tags for you. Cost depends on tag size, layout, and quantity but they typically cost around $0.75 - $1.00 per item.
Ink Colors and Details
Yes. We will provide Pantone Color Matching for your apparel when your order is submitted
We will provide free Pantone color matching for your garments when your orders are submitted.
However, there is an issue with Pantone matching, and that is that not every color looks the same on every monitor. A certain red on your screen may appear to be a different red on ours.
There is no universal color calibration for computers. It is always best to try to supply your own Pantone colors if possible. The best way to do this, and the most accurate way, is to purchase a Pantone Plus Series Solid Coated Formula Guide. This can be purchased as part of the set (Coated and Uncoated) through Amazon for $92 + shipping.
The reason why it's best to buy the book, once again, is the Pantone guide on your version of photoshop is still using your color calibration, and will not necessarily be accurate.
An underbase is a layer of white ink that is printed under the other ink colors when printing dark garments with plastisol inks. When printing most colors on dark garments the color of the shirt will show through the ink, influencing the color of the ink.
For instance, yellow ink printed directly on a royal blue shirt will look green. To prevent this, an under base of white ink is printed, then flash dried, and the yellow is printed on top.This gives the top colors full opacity.
We use low cure, soft-hand plastisol inks. We chose this ink after doing a lot of research and testing and decided that this ink gives us the best result and is also the best for the planet.
We're able to achieve a vibrant, soft feeling print that will outlive the shirt. Our inks are manufactured by a local company in Kentucky which means they only travel 2 hours to get to us.
So not only do our inks consume less energy to transport, they also require less energy to cure. We also make sure to minimize our waste. We have built in filtration systems that filter out any ink particulate down to 10 microns before any waste water goes down the drain. This ensures we are doing our part to keep our waters clean and our Mother Earth happy!
Yes, we'd love to use your print-ready artwork. Send us your file saved as an .ai, .pdf, .eps, or .svg (or a .psd if that's all you've got). We can't use your designs that end in .png, .jpg, .doc, .TIFF, or .xls.
Acceptable formats include: