A printing technique where mesh is used to transfer ink onto a garment, except in areas that are blocked out. Think of a 'screen' basically as a stencil for each color of your design. For every color printed, a squeegee is moved across the screen to fill the open mesh areas with ink. That color is then dried and a new screen with a different color and part of the design can be added. This process is then repeated for every color and location required.
Screen printing requires a 12 piece minimum for both new and re-orders. All 12 pieces must be decorated using the same design, at the same design size and in the same location.
Pricing is based upon the quantity purchased per design and how many colors and locations are printed on the garment.
NEW SCREEN CHARGES
INK CHANGEOVER FEES
We reserve the right to deny rush orders, dependent on current production schedules and inventory availability.
*Must confirm with sales on the exact type of garment and recommended decoration method.*
It is not recommended and varies on each piece. After inspection of the garment, we would advise on printing quality and associated costs.
Yes. If the garment is made primarily from polyester (dr-fit), special ink colors would be required or a white base would be needed. Adding this base, would increase costs as if printing an additional color/location.
Yes, as long as the design stays the same and at the same size on all pieces. If you need to change ink colors, an ink changeover fee would apply.
Yes, just not in house. We would work with one of our partner factories who specialize in these fields, so we can keep your costs down! And depending on the quantity, we could work with the manufacturer prior to product assembly, to create a fully custom product.
STANDARD STOCK INK COLORS
SPECIALTY INKS (charges apply)
CUSTOM PMS COLOR MATCHES
MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF COLORS