Pricing varies for almost every order, because our discounts are based on the total quantity of garments, number of print locations, colors of ink we use per print location, and the color of the garment itself. Unless it's an order of less than 12, we do not charge shop fees or setup fees. Please get in touch with us for a custom quote today!
Pricing varies for almost every order, because our discounts are based on the total quantity of garments, number of embroidery locations, and the total stitch count of each design. When we embroider a design for the first time, there is an initial digitizing fee that is based on the total stitch count of the design. Please get in touch with us for a custom quote today!
We keep all of our screen printing and embroidery art on file, and we work quickly with re-orders. Usually about 5-7 business days from the time the order is approved.
Typically this takes a bit longer than a re-order due to initial artwork setups and proofing. New orders usually take about 7-12 business days from the time the order is approved. If you're in a pinch, we offer rush orders for an additional fee.
Vector Art - AI & EPS
Vector art is layered art, in which objects can be scaled to any size without losing the integrity of edges, outlines, and other important design elements. Specialized software like Adobe Illustrator and CorelDRAW are used to create these files and save them in the correct format. Vector art is the best file type to use for screen printing, because it produces the cleanest and sharpest finished product. If you've had a logo professionally designed for you, there's a good chance it was designed using this method. You can save time by requesting your vector art file from the original artist/company. These file extensions are: .ai & .eps
Pixel-Based Art - JPEG, TIF, PSD, BMP & PNG
Pixel-based images, at the smallest level, are simply huge grids of color blocks (or pixels). Pixels are non-scalable, so the higher the resolution, the more pixels an image will have, and the better the image quality will be. A low-resolution image will appear grainy like the image on the right. These files, for the most part, can be acceptable for embroidery but not for screen printing, because small details in an embroidered design are typically limited by thread diameter rather than the resolution of the art file.