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We know Price is Important! So Talk To Us if any of the below happens (or if you just want to ask us for information about pricing).
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Web Design
Our web design service starts with a free consultation. In-house, over the phone, via email – it’s up to you. The goal of our web design service is to meet your needs, and exceed your…

October/November Website Deal!

UPDATE:  Promo extended until Christmas!
This month we’re focus on our web design. We’ll be running some special deals from now until November. Let our friendly graphic design/web designers help you develop a site that drives you more attention. Not only can we help you design a site, but we…

How is the Price for Screen Printing Computed?

There are so many variables to figuring out the price for screen printing that this is one of the hardest things to do in our industry. We have tried to simplify this as much as possible for out clients by incorporating various components of the pricing calculation into larger groups…

Why do I have to Pay to have the same Color Printed Twice?

Probably the greatest confusion for clients is when they have the same color, but in multiple Design Locations. An example is a client may look at their project and see that they have Gold and Navy in a Design Location on the front of their selected product (e.g. t-shirt, hoodie)…

What is Spot Color, 4-Color Process, and Indexed Colors?

The overwhelming majority of printing on fabric, such as a t-shirts, hoodies, aprons, etc. is performed using what is commonly referred to as Spot Color, 4-Color Process, or Indexed Color. The exception to traditional screen printing is called DTG (Direct To Garment). See What is DTG? article for more information…

What is DTG (Direct To Garment) Printing?

Direct To Garment is a process that uses a special printer, generally a variation on an Ink Jet printer, along with special ink, to print directly from a computer to a t-shirt. This special DTG printer is customized so that you can feed one t-shirt at a time into the…