Screen printing is the best option when it comes to printing more than 50 T-shirts. This technique is very fast and can create numerous garments in very less time and at a very low cost. However, with this technique just one colour can be applied at a time. As a result, it is best to limit the number of colours on a t-shirt to four, as each colour needs more time, another stencil and screen, and eventually, increases the price. Thus, this technique works best for simple designs with one solid colour. If you want more than four colours, then it is best to go for DTG.
DIRECT TO GARMENT PRINTING
As the DTG printer is as accurate as a printer, you can print images in much-advanced detail than screen printing, irrespective of colour. As the printer can print any image, you have a wide range of options to customize your design. However, when compared to other methods of printing DTG can be a pricier option. Therefore, in the cases of bulk orders, it is typically reserved for smaller orders (20 to 25 units).
Vinyl/Heat Transfer Printing:
This printing methods involves printing your designs on a special paper and then transferring this onto the garment by using a special heat machine. Vinyl printing is ideal for small and medium orders.
After printing your designs we are able to pack your garments in safe and secure bags. There is an extra 20p charge for packing per garment, please contact us for more details.
We are able to relabel your customised garments with your branded labels. There is an extra £0.35 charge per garment for relabelling. For more details please contact us.