Most important factors will be the quantity of garments and the number of colours in your design - this will dictate the best method of producing your garments.
This is the preferred method of t-shirt printing due to the excellent print quality and detail; most t-shirts you see on the high street are screen printed. Shirtworks have been screen printing garments since 1986, our years of experience mean we consistently produce high quality printing.
Gives a professional long lasting print, the cheapest way to produce high volumes.
Not suitable for small orders, say less than about 10, due to the time it takes to set up the print run and screen costs.
This is a great way of producing low volume personalised garments with complex colours, it is also the quickest way but is expensive to produce. We require a minimum order of one item to create a t shirt in this way, but, depending on the complexity of the design or you may prefer to opt for vinyl cut lettering processes.
Multi colour designs can be achieved without large set up and screen costs.
No significant savings when you order more items.
This is where a plotter cuts out letters or numbers and then they are heat applied to the garment; simple logos can be produced.
Great for producing individual names and numbers.
Only suitable for small quantities. Limited detail.
Great for jackets and small print runs involving more than one colour print when DTG is not an option
Ideal for jackets and other non cotton products
can be expensive on large designs