To assist you we have listed below an ordering process that will ensure we have all the information required to guarantee the outcome you desire.
Should you need further help or would like to speak to one of our friendly staff give us a call or drop us an email.
The ideal file for transferring logos or non photographic images is a Vector File. This type of file has to be in a high resolution setting and does not contain pixels, hence producing higher quality prints. The vast majority of artwork will have been created as a vector file, should your artwork contain text we will need the text to be converted to lines as opposed to font.
For your convenience we do provide a graphic design service.
A Vector File can be saved and supplied by way of:
As you can see in the example below there can be quite a difference in the quality of the image based on the file in which the image has been saved.
Not all fabrics are equal, some fabrics are not suitable for screen printing. Our experience has proven that printing on some types of fleece, blend cottons, wool and other synthetic fabrics results in a lesser quality finish.
We can appreciate that you may have t-shirts or garments that you want to use for printing, however we prefer to print onto garments we supply to ensure there will be no printing or curing issues at time of production. The garments we supply and recommend are perfect for screen printing and achieve the best possible printing results.
Should you wish to source your own garments please let us know the brand along with garment particulars and we can let you know if they are suitable to be printed!
Please keep in mind that we are unable to guarantee the same results if you provide us with your own garments.
Print sizes remain constant across all garment sizes, however you need to keep in mind the garment shape when choosing the size of the print and it’s location. You will also need to keep in mind that two print sizes could be necessary if the garments range from kids to adults.
Our standard print sizes for adult garments are shown below.
There is a diverse range of inks and finishes available. We will work with you to determine the right ink and effect to produce the result you desire. Should you already have a desired finish or ink in mind please note it in the relevant section of our order form.
When screen printing we can match almost any colour using the Pantone Matching System (PMS).
Listed below are examples of the basic colours commonly available. If you have specific colours in mind simply click on the link below to view a more extensive range.
Once you have chosen the appropriate colours please advise of relevant Pantone colour code.
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