The transfer price is determined based on the total number of transfer prints, the size of the transfer, and the number of colors in the design.
Yes, the minimum number of transfers required for an order is 12.
Yes, for no additional fee.
It depends on the artwork. Once the artwork has been deemed print-ready (vector/high resolution, transparent, & color separated): 1 color transfers take 2 business days, 2-3 color transfers take 3 business days, and 4-6 color transfers take 6 business day to produce.
Orders take 1-3 business (including Saturday) days to arrive after production is complete, and are shipped via USPS Priority Mail or UPS Ground.
No, our pricing is all-inclusive. The only additional fees are for color changes, PMS color matching, and artwork editing.
$15 per color.
Yes, for $15 per color.
Artwork must be sent as either a vector (AI, CDR, or EPS file) or a transparent, rasterized high-resolution bitmap (PSD, EPS, PDF, or PNG) image. Artwork should be color separated into layers, with each layer representing one color. Artwork must be CMYK (not RGB).
No, however we do provide artwork templates and design tools, including our Online Product Design Tool.
Our Online Product Design Tool and design templates make creating a design a breeze.
A vector image uses lines and curves to create a design, and it can be scaled easily without losing image quality. A bitmap image uses pixels (small dots) to form a design and therefore cannot be scaled easily, as it loses image quality as the size increases.
A high-resolution bitmap is 300 DPI (Dots Per Inch) or larger. High resolution bitmaps are easier to scale, but are not guaranteed to be print-ready.
Conduct a stretch test by pulling the print horizontally. If the ink does not crack, then the design is cured onto the garment. If the ink does crack, then the design needs to be pressed again with Kraft paper for half of the original time.
Problem: There are creases, lines, or weak opacity after pressing with Kraft or parchment paper.
Solution: Stop using Kraft paper when it begins to darken and stop using parchment paper that has yellowed or has creases.