So we have come out with this FAQ to provide a better understanding of our services and the technical issues you might encounter.
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Your all-inclusive Wanna Ink price is primarily calculated by four things:
1. Type - which garments are ordered.
2. Quantity - the number of garments you order with the same design.
3. Colors - the number of colors in your design.
4. Locations - the amount and locations of printing on the garment.
Other factors such as personalization or special requests also affect the cost.
Savings tip: The easiest way to reduce the cost per item is to increase the
quantity of your order. Consider ordering a few extras to maximize your
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a. Type: Price varies for various products, but we use our purchasing power to get you the best possible deal on blank apparel. We buy all over the country and do so in large quantities. Then we transfer those savings to our customers.
b. Quantity: Our printing process dictates that if you order a greater quantity of shirts, you’ll save money. It’s simply less expensive for Wanna Ink to set up and print a large number of the same design than it is to set up and print a small number of a single design.
c. Colors: The process of screen printing requires us to make a separate screen for every color in your design. The fewer colors in your design, the less expensive producing the design becomes for us and for customers.
d. Locations: Each printing location on a piece of apparel (i.e. front, back, sleeve, etc.) demands a specific set-up in order to execute. Therefore, multiple printing locations on your apparel will raise the price.
e. Adding individual player names and numbers will increase the cost of your shirts as well.
b. Use fewer design colors: The screen printing process requires us to make a separate screen for each color in your design. The less screens we have to make, the less expensive it is to print your apparel.
c. Increase order size: The more shirts of the same design that you order, the less expensive it is for us to produce them. Since each color and each printing location means a new screen set up; dividing this cost among many shirts rather than just one or a few means savings per unit for you.
d. Decrease printing locations: Simply put, the fewer screens we have to set up for one apparel order, the less expensive that apparel will be for the customer. Each printing location on a garment requires separate screen set up, so printing just on the front of a shirt versus printing on the front and back will reduce your overall cost.
We understand that you would like to see what your design will be like on tshirt before your custom order gets printed, so we are happy to provide picture proofs to review for every bulk orders.
Once you place your order, Our artists will review your design thoroughly to ensure a quality print.
After our rigorous review process, we'll email you a picture proof showing the detailed design as we plan to print it, along with anything else we’d like to bring to your attention before proceeding.
We offer two different methods of printing, in order to provide a process that best suits your artwork. We offer traditional screen printing for the majority of our products, as well as digital printing on selected items.
Screen printing involves creating a stencil (printers call this a 'screen') and then using that stencil to apply layers of ink on the printing surface. Each color is applied using a different stencil, one at a time, combined to achieve the final look.
1. Pigment ink - This is a water-based method of printing which is possible only on white or light color garments. Printing can be ironed upon.
2. Plastisol ink - Ideal to print on light/dark garments, has good opacity. There are special plastisol printing machines for this ink, fine lettering and alignments are easy to attain. This is the most popular technique of printing the world over. Printing cannot be ironed upon.
Direct to Garment printing also known as DTG printing, Digital Garment Printing and Inkjet to Garment Printing is a much newer process that involves your artwork being processed by a computer, and then printed directly onto the surface of your product using specialized or modified inkjet technology.
Digital printing is not a heat transfer or applique, as the ink directly adheres to the fabric of your shirt. Each printing process has its strengths, and our artwork team will weigh these when deciding which to use for your design.
Digital printing is best used for items that required high amounts of detail, and orders of a smaller quantity. As the ink is applied thinner (to achieve such detail), digital printing is best used on lighter colored shirts to allow the design to shine through.
Screen printing is the best option for designs that require a high level of vibrancy, when printing on dark shirts, or specialty products. The ink in screen printing is applied thicker than digital printing, which results in brighter colors even on darker shirts.
However, both methods of printing are high quality and we are proud to stand behind each printing method.
Currently our designer studio only allows you to upload these image formats: PNG, GIF, JPG, BMP. We suggest your files to be setup at 300 DPI. The higher quality image, you upload the better the finished design will look. Please also note that your file needs to be under 10MB in size for your file to be uploaded.
Bulk Order Recommended Design Format: PNG, PDF, PSD (photoshop),CDR (corel draw), ai (illustrator)