How is my price determined?Chris Willets2020-10-02T14:53:32+00:00
Print-cut has a limited roll in our library of print finishes.
It’s great for 100% polyester apparel. Try to limit the size of the print-cut as it doesn’t breathe
We have used print-cut vinyl to great effect on denim jackets. Imagine full-colour record album covers, but only 4 inches x 4 inches.
Denim jackets don’t get washed, when you stop to think about it. The material doesn’t stretch or contract, which makes print-cut the best approach.
Are there minimums?Chris Willets2020-10-02T14:51:28+00:00
That’s correct. Many people have visited our Logan Avenue Studio, and waited while personalizing their favorite players jersey with their name and number.
There is no such thing as a job that’s too small. Vinyl is perfect for small quantities at a reasonable price. Vinyl gives us the ability to print simple designs on just one shirt – which is something that most print shops won’t do.
How do I pay for my order?Chris Willets2020-10-01T19:15:56+00:00
An invoice will be created after your order is submitted through the Website.
If you emailed us directly the customer service rep we’ll write up the details of your order and send you an invoice. Your invoice can be paid online directly. For small orders (under $100) we require a 50% deposit. You can also visit us at 401 Logan avenue to pay in person by debt or credit.
If I place a reorder, do I have to submit all of my art again?Chris Willets2020-10-01T19:08:40+00:00
Mistakes occur when details are taken for granted.
Make no assumptions as yours will be one of many orders being printed at any time. With each new order we ask you to start a new email thread. Please re-attach your art files, or refer to the invoice number you want us to reproduce. If you need us to match a colour of any kind, please notify us. If you need an exact match from a previous print order, we ask you to provide us with a sample shirt, or refer to your previous ‘print library file’ where we permanently store (this only applies to customers who request the service) one of your tees from a previous order, for a $10 fee.
What file format should I submit my design in?Chris Willets2020-10-01T18:53:00+00:00
We prefer: EPS, AI or PDF. If you don’t have a vector file, we recommend 300dpi or larger in one of the following formats PSD, TIF or JPG. If you need us to match a colour of any kind, we need you to notify us.