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T-Shirt Printing

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02-25-2009, 07:51 AM
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I figured this would be the best forum to create this topic in. What's printing the shirt is hardware after all.

I'm clueless about printing tshirts. I'm looking for a company that can print high quality images onto a shirt in any spot on the shirt. The sites I've been looking at have only the options of chest and the back. The bottom of the shirt or the shoulder isn't an option. And I am also looking to use multiple colors. If someone can point me in the right direction. That would be great.

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02-25-2009, 02:49 PM
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I'm guessing you're going to have go local to do what you want. I haven't com across any online places that will do it.

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02-26-2009, 06:33 PM
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You might have to look around locally for fully customizable shirts. I know a few online companies that do them but not what you are asking for; shoulders, corners, etc.

You could go on their website and e-mail them asking if they charge extra for it, they may do it for an extra fee.

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I've used www.vistaprint.com for simple shirt designs and www.victorystore.com for the more complex.

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I used vistaprint last year and I wasn't very satisfied. I'll check out victory store. Thanks.

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Contact Anthony Bullock (anthony [at] fantasycreative [dot] com). He has his own merch printing system setup.
If he's taking on orders, you could be able to work out a custom deal.

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any company can work on printing t-shirts but some pixels must be seen in t-shirts.

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I've tried Vistaprint and I was happy with the results. To each his own, I guess.

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Local is almost always best for t-shirt printing. That's what I've learned.

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In my opinion, local printing companies are probably the worst to go to. Overpriced, unless of course, it's a rather big company that can cut you some slack.

I printed some shirts through Mammoth Printshop, and they turned out very well. Sold every shirt. Get yourself a quote from them!

(EDIT: I've also seen work by http://www.myspace.com/stemgraphicsapparel and it looks good and probably even better priced)

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