Wholesale Base Price:
Wholesale Base Price:
Calculate Print Costs using the chart below.
Inks can be mixed to closely simulate swatches from the Pantone Matching System. We keep a copy of both the Solid Coated and Solid Uncoated guides in our studio.
Once printed, the main type of inks we use are similar swatches from the Solid Coated book. The inks are slightly glossy and reflect a bit of light, so it’s not possible to simulate Solid Uncoated swatches with our current ink process.
Both the Solid Coated and Solid Uncoated books contain inks printed onto paper. Screen printed inks applied to textiles behave a little bit differently due to difference in the ink and the texture of the garment, so it’s important to note that it’s not possible to perfectly match a Pantone Swatch, only to closely simulate it with the different ink type. There are optical differences due to the variables between ink and garment.
Ask your Account Executive for more details when exact colour accuracy is a concern!
The availability of every garment fluctuates due to many factors. Get your order started and our purchasing department will confirm up-to-date colour & stock availability.
Wholesale Base Price:
|1-Colour Print||2-Colour Print||3-Colour Print||4-Colour Print||5+ Colour Print|
|25+ Pieces||+$6.50ea||+$9.50ea||Not Available||Not Available||Not Available|
The minimum quantity per garment style is x25 pieces and there is a $15 flat-rate charge per additional style to mix in different garment types or colours while still combining the quantities for a larger price break.
We’re pretty loose about charging the fee though; mostly only when the mix demands extra logistics on our end like if the garments are coming from two different suppliers.
The charge is always applied if we require stopping on press to adjust between styles.
Some styles cannot be combined. Like t-shirts and hoodies, apparel and tote bags, shirts and pants, etc.
Handling supplied blanks introduces many challenges. It’s typically the same cost when we source the garments, but the logistics of the order are way more streamlined when the garment sourcing and screen printing are done together. This type of order process is best suited to clients with prior experience ordering screen print services. We accept new clients for this service on a case-by-case basis.
We can’t source everything, so we recognize that some situations require supplied garments. These guidelines will help the order process roll smoothly when supplying garments for printing.
The four biggest requirements for supplying garments are these:
We cannot take on these orders if we have to sort garments, or prepare designs. It’s critical that designs and details are ready to go.
Spoilage & Under Run Allowance
Custom printing is an art form, We are experts at our craft and we do our very best to deliver, at minimum, the ordered quantity for each and every size on your order. Our overall spoilage rate is less than 1%. However, printing mistakes can and do happen.
If a specific quantity is required, we advise clients to supply +3% of the total amount of garments as a spoilage buffer. For example, if exactly 100 pieces are required we recommend supplying at least 103 pieces.
All of the garments we carry and supply are tested in-house to work with our processes. We cannot make this same guarantee with garments that we do not source ourselves. For these reasons, Supplied Garments carry no guarantee on print, or garment.
Supplied garments do not qualify for any refunds, replacements, or credits.
Supplying the Garments
A huge amount of garments flow in and out of our studio daily. These guidelines will help ensure your garments are received and processed quickly and accurately. It is crucial that your Order arrives separated by design, and split by size.
Print Pricing and Minimums
Contract Orders do not qualify for waived set-up fees at any quantity and are subject to a minimum order quantity. Contract Order quantities are based on one style garment in any variation of sizes per order. Please consult your Account Executive for custom pricing details when planning to get the same print across several different garment styles. Some garment mixes require extra considerations on press which may carry extra costs, or minimums.
Some garments and print locations are tougher and slower to produce. These charges are typically built into our markup on the individual garments.
For supplied garments add +$1 per piece, per print, for the following:
The absolute best way to try a garment is to purchase a blank sample. A blank sample lets you wash, wear, and truly test the garment. We don’t have any blank samples to borrow from our studio.
Let your Account Executive know what you’re looking for and we can get Blank Order started for you.
If a blank sample isn’t in the budget (or timeline!), your Account Executive can help recommend the perfect garment for your needs.
*Some brands are not available for blank purchase.
Every garment has a Base Price. The prints vary for each project, so our Print Costs are separate from the Base Price.
The Base Price covers much more than the blank cost of the garment. Base Price covers everything from your first email, to the first print on press:
Amplify your message or brand by adding a sleeve detail, a full size print to the back of your garment, or even just a small detail below the neck.
Put the final touches on your custom apparel order. Develop your brand with our specialty finishing additions like:
Choose from nearly 40 Stock Ink Colours for your screenprinting order, free of charge.
Is colour consistency part of your brand recognition? Looking for something outside our Stock Ink Colours? We offer custom Pantone simulations from the Solid Coated Book. Accurate colour communication is key!
Need a little help getting your graphic onto a t-shirt? Every order is overseen by experienced screenprinting designers.
Need a custom design? Our in-house design team specializes in the screenprinting process.