involves creating a stencil, known as a screen, and then using that screen to apply ink on the printing surface. Each individual color is applied using a different screen, one at a time, combined to achieve the final look. The more colors a design has, the more screens that are needed, and the more setup time required. The ink in screen printing is applied thicker than digital printing, which results in brighter colors – even on darker shirts.
Type of Garment For almost every product type we have an inexpensive, mid-range, and high end option, and there are many styles to choose from – not just t-shirts! (Tanks, t-shirts, long sleeves, jackets, active-wear, aprons, baby clothing, bandannas, and so much more!)
Quantity Ordered Due to the setup involved in screen printing, the more shirts you order, the lower your price will be.
Number of Locations Printed Each location requires new setup and runs for your imprint. A front print only will always be cheaper than a front and back print.
Number of Colors on Each Design The number of colors in each design affects the run time and setup for each location. A one color print will be less expensive than a three color print. If you have a lot of colors and tones of colors in your design, a process print may be a cheaper solution.
In-Hands Date Orders are produced on-demand for your due date. Garments needed in a few days from your order placement date will be more expensive than those needed in a few weeks.