Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: open(/home/content/90/5243390/tmp/sess_al2posqepgd5fb2uuthb9g6oh3, O_RDWR) failed: No such file or directory (2) in /home/content/90/5243390/html/account/include/session.php on line 46
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cookie - headers already sent by (output started at /home/content/90/5243390/html/account/include/session.php:46) in /home/content/90/5243390/html/account/include/session.php on line 46
Warning: session_start() [function.session-start]: Cannot send session cache limiter - headers already sent (output started at /home/content/90/5243390/html/account/include/session.php:46) in /home/content/90/5243390/html/account/include/session.php on line 46 SPM | General FAQ
Yes, you can mix and match different sizes & colors. Your price per piece will only change between dark or light color shirts. Dark Color shirts are more expensive to print than light colors. Back to top
No, because it is not 100 quantity. It is two orders of 50 quantity and that is how it would be priced.
Orders are based on graphic setup, (SCREENS) not total quantity. This situation results in twice the setup, twice as many
screens, and twice the run time. Back to top
Yes, but as it involves slightly more sophisticated technology, there is a different pricing structure
and minimum quantity order. Contact us for color photography reproduction.
Do not hesitate to call if you have questions. Back to top
Thirty six (36) garments is our minimum order. You may combine any number of shirt colors
or styles to meet this minimum. For example, order 8 Beefy T-shirts in red, 8 in black and 8 in navy as long
as we dont have to alter the setup. Or you may order 12 t-shirts and 12 tank tops.
Back to top
A lot of the colors you create in RGB mode are not achievable using standard four-color process printing.
If you submit your job in RGB color mode, we will convert it before it goes to press, which will lead to color shifts
that you may not be happy with. It is always best to create your document from the start in CMYK format to ensure that
you have a better idea of how your colors are going to print. Back to top
Monitors display colors in RGB... not CMYK. As well, most monitors are not calibrated for color
accuracy. There is also a wide range of gamma differences in PCs, Macs and various manufacturers of monitors.
Room lighting can also have an impact of your perception of color. Leave the color to us - we're the experts! Back to top