Screen Printing Production (Add-On)
If you're ordering blanks directly from our website and want the easiest process for smaller orders, you need to order an 'Add-On' production method alongside your desired blanks. For every blank, there must be an 'Add-On' to ensure you're charged the correct amount and your custom product(s) can be produced by us.
If you're wanting to order more than one screen printed garment we highly stress that you contact us to work out fairer pricing. Given the nature of the creation of screens, they very much do favour a multi order design and as such, we can charge a lot less for any additional garments once the screen is created.
This screen printing 'Add-On' has 2x size options and 3x complexity options - we currently only offer single-colour screen printing for the time being. Please check the below breakdown of each of these options to ensure you select the correct ones. If for any reason we review your order and something doesn't seem right, we'll reach out to see if we have to reduce or increase your charge.
Confused? Feel free to directly email us any questions or visit this page to order manually via the contact form where we'll get back to you shortly to arrange the order and payment.
This is for smaller centre or left chest designs and whilst the option is there to make these complex, they can only be so complex due to the size restrictions. Ie. if you have lots of small text embroidered closely together, they likely won't turn out great.
This is our most popular size and what we've used for the majority of our designs across the years. It enables a fast embroidery that's perfect for central designs that stand out but also don't swamp the whole garment. You can get pretty detailed here without compromise.
For those big embroidery designs with either lots of text or large graphics. They can work great on the front or back of garments and have loads of space for different element. However, they cost the most due to the time taken and the amount of stitches required.
A simple word, phrase or extremely simple graphic (ie. a line drawing). If you think your design might be on the cusp, it's likely you'll have opt for one of the other two options.
Most designs will fall under this category and it also has a slight correlation with design size (a small or medium design will usually always fall into this category)
If your design has a lot of text, a more detailed graphic or simply a lot going on, it'll be classed as complex. This category usually correlates with thread colours.
Screen Printing Explained.
A staple in the streetwear industry and one that is by far the most ethical choice of garment application. Screen printing involves putting a water based clothing ink onto a mesh screen with the ink then being pushed through an emulsion template onto your garment.
Screen printing can utilise many ink colours and can also achieve a 'puff print' finish using additives. Most suppliers will only accept larger garment runs but we can happily do lower quantities at an affordable rate. We do however, charge one-off fee per new design as the process involves burning your design into an emulsion coated screen.
This method of decorating is very suited to large, bold and single colour designs. Tote bags, t-shirts and posters can achieve some of the best looking results with screen printing. It also works a lot better with larger production runs, especially given the additional fee required for the screen creation.