Yes, you can! As long as the print locations and other specifications are the same, we can swap your print file for a different graphic or color graphic for an additional $12.50 flat on top your over all order costs.
Direct-to-film (DTF) is an emerging and state of the art garment printing technology that allows us to create long lasting and durable custom t-shirt prints using special films right here in our shop. It’s a unique process that combines only the best parts of digital inkjet printing and transfer printing.
Take advantage of of price breaks! They’re available by the dozen. The more you get, the more we can reduce your per unit costs significantly. Alternatively, feel free to ask one of our team members if there’s a more affordable shirt model alternative that still suits your needs.
Different shirt colors are acceptable as long as the ink colors are the same. If we need to change ink colors, print file swapping fees will apply.
We do not print on customer supplied stock. If you have a particular type of paper you were interested in getting printed, please feel free to contact us about it and a team member will help you find the best fit to match your desired stock.
A print ready file for paper printing means that your file is fully designed with no alterations needed, your file is set to size and proper bleeds and margins have been built into your file.
If you have concerns about your print’s appearance, request to receive a printed proof before we being production on your order. If you’re a company with set branding guidelines, especially in regards to color, be sure to send us your branding kit so we can ensure we’re meeting the color specifications.
To prevent your prints from having white lines around the border, you must set up your print file with bleeds. Bleeds refers to an extra 1/8” (.125) of image or background color that extends beyond the finished size of your printing piece. The print file is printed on an oversized sheet that is then cut down to size with the appearance that the image is “bleeding” off the edge of the paper.
It is not necessary to include crop marks in your print files. We prefer that you send your print file to scale as a PDF without crop marks or multi-upped on a sheet.
We request that you do not multi-up your own files; just send us your original file set to size. The sheet size that we choose to print your project on varies on multiple factors. If you let us multi-up it for the appropriate sheet size, we can ensure we’re getting you the best quality and price for your order.
We offer coil/spiral binding, soft cover (perfect) binding, and magazine binding.
Our standard sheet sizes for our digital printer go up to 13×19″. Our wide format printer can print paper on a roll as large as 36″ wide.
We do not print on customer supplied stock. If you have a particular shirt that you were really wanting printed, we have options of hundreds of different shirts from trusted name brands and we would be happy to find your perfect match.
We have many shirt options ranging from basic Gildan cotton tees, to moisture wicking polos, to American Apparel fashion fits. Let one of our team members know what you’re looking for and we’ll find your perfect match for your style, fit and budget.