T-Shirt Printing

Standard T-Shirts

Pricing for Standard Unisex 6.1oz 100% Cotton T-Shirt (Gildan 2000) | Available Colors: White, Ash & Light Tan | Available Sizes: Small to Extra Large. Add additional $3.00 each for sizes XXL and XXXL.

Gildan-2000

One-side:
Print size up to 12”x12”:

  • 10 – 20 = $12.00 each
  • 21 – 30 = $10.00 each
  • 31 – 40 = $9.00 each
  • 41 – 50 = $8.00 each
  • 50+       =  Please ask

Two-sides:
Print size up to 12”x12”
plus small left chest print:

  • 10 – 20 = $16.00 each
  • 21 – 30 = $13.00 each
  • 31 – 40 = $12.00 each
  • 41 – 50 = $11.00 each
  • 50+       =  Please ask
 Fashion-Fit T-Shirts

Pricing for Unisex Fashion-Fit T-Shirts (Canvas 3001) | Available Colors: White, Ash & Heather Tan | Available Sizes: XSmall to Extra Large. Add additional $4.00 each for sizes XXL and XXXL.

Canvas-3001 

One-side:
Print size up to 12”x12”:

  • 10 – 20 = $14.00 each
  • 21 – 30 = $12.00 each
  • 31 – 40 = $11.00 each
  • 41 – 50 = $10.00 each
  • 50+       =  Please ask

Two-sides:
print size up to 12”x12”
plus small left chest print:

  • 10 – 20 = $18.00 each
  • 21 – 30 = $15.00 each
  • 31 – 40 = $14.00 each
  • 41 – 50 = $13.00 each
  • 50+       =  Please ask

*We do not mark up our shirts, you get the wholesale price!  We do not print on shirts supplied by the customer.

Frequently Asked Question About Our Process:

What is Direct-to-Garment Printing?

Direct-to-Garment (DTG) Printing is the process of printing garments using a state-of-the-art printer that sprays environmentally friendly textile ink directly onto a garment. Unlike screen-printing, the ink becomes a part of the shirt, adhering to the 100% cotton fibers after being heated. The result is a shirt with a beautiful, full color image, which feels very soft to the touch.

No Set-Up Charges – What does that mean?

Let me explain. Traditional screen-printers charge anywhere from $25.00 to $35.00 dollars per color in order to cover the cost of preparing a “screen” for your print. This extra cost is often billed as “Set-Up Charges”. This could add hundreds of dollars in fees to your final invoice.  Our minimum is only 10 shirts!!

What is the difference between DTG and Screen-printing?

Screen-printing uses plastisol ink, which is composed primarily of two ingredients (PVC resin (a white powder) and plasticizer (a thick, clear liquid). It is then applied to the shirt, one color at a time. Each of these colors is pushed through an individual screen that holds the design. These screens, the time to setup the job and the post-job clean up normally make up the “screen” and “setup” fees. Our method does not use screens. Instead, a Direct-to-Garment printer prints directly onto the shirt using environment-friendly textile ink. This means no limits on colors and no costly screen or setup fees. If your artwork meets our basic requirements (see below), we can print 1 to an unlimited amount of shirts.

What brand shirts do you print on?

We print using the following shirts/styles:

  • Gildan 2000 – 6.1 oz – 100% cotton
  • Canvas 3001 Unisex shirt for Men and Women – 4.2 oz – 100% combed ringspun cotton

Can I provide my own t-shirts?

No, we’re sorry!  We only print on specific shirts shipped directly from our wholesalers.  We provide our t-shirts at the same wholesale pricing we receive.  We do not mark them up, so you save!

What formats or files do you accept?

We prefer a Photoshop Document (PSD), but we can also print using other formats such as EPS, AI, PNG, BMP, TIFF, JPG and GIF.  The image must be the size you want printed, as well as at least 300 dpi.

What are some of the images people have printed on shirts?

We have printed logos for businesses, mascots & graduation shirts for schools, event shirts and even shirts for wedding parties! We specialize in making your shirts beautiful and something you are proud and excited to wear!