GLOSSARY OF TERMS

Checking out apparel or accessories and wondering what Waterproof is vs. Water Resistant or what Rib Knit & Jersey Knit mean or what the difference is between Pima and Combed Cotton? Well here is where you can find your answer. Below you will find descriptions/definitions for everything from Antimicrobial to…

What does the weight (e.g. 6.1-oz) of apparel mean?

When you are looking at the various blank apparel to use for your printing or embroidery project, you will notice that most of them have some weight associated with them. And this will vary greatly by the type of apparel. You might see a t-shirt that is 4.3-oz (ounce) or…

What is Vector art or what does Vectorization mean?

When artwork is created as vector art (normally in something like Illustrator or CorelDraw creating .AI or .EPS file formats) it is created something like a blue-print.  This blue print can be read by software such as Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator or Corel Draw.  Unlike Bitmap artwork (JPG, GIF, etc.) which…

Turnaround Time

When it comes to turnaround time, we do our best to process orders as fast as possible, no matter what it is. Please be aware turn around time can be affected by the quality of artwork you provide, or extra needed steps to ensure your job is completed to the…

Q. Are there Price Breaks on Embroidery?

Yes, we have a minimum quantity of 6 pieces for Embroidery and then additional Price Breaks at the following Quantities:
35, 50, 100, 250, and 500.
Anything over that you would need to contact us directory for special pricing.
We also have discount pricing for education, community, charity, and religious…

Q. Are there Price Breaks on Screen Printing?

Yes, we have a minimum quantity of 24 pieces on Screen Printing and then additional Price Breaks at the following Quantities:
35, 50, 100, 150, 200, 350 and 500.
Anything over that you would need to contact us directory for special pricing.
We also have discount pricing for education, community,…

Photoshop Tip | Create Print Ready Art

Here’a video to help instruct you on how to create print ready artwork on Adobe Photoshop.
For quick reference, we accept the following type of files:
- eps, ai, psd, jpg, bmp, tiff, tif, gif, cdr
- Must be in at least 300 DPI or Resolution
Questions this post may…