Screen Printing

Price Factors

1. Type of Garment: For almost every product type we have an inexpensive, mid-range, and high end option, and there are many styles to choose from – not just t-shirts!

2. Quantity Ordered: Due to the setup involved in screen-printing, the more shirts you order, the lower your price will be as you pass price break points.

3. Number of Locations Printed: Each location requires new setup and runs for your imprint. A front print only will always be cheaper than a front and back print.

4. Number of Colors on Each Design: The number of colors in each design affects the run time and setup for each location. A one color print will be less expensive than a three color print. If you have a lot of colors and tones of colors in your design, a process print may be a cheaper solution.

5. In-Hands Date: Orders are produced on-demand for your due date. Garments needed in a few days from your order placement date will be more expensive than those needed in a few weeks.

Screen Printing

LOGO Print Company uses the power of a state-of-the-art production equipment and the creativity of our celebrated design team, we have become one of the top custom t shirt screen printing companies in the area. We transform your ideas into custom apparel that gets noticed, then remembered. At LOGO Print Company, we make custom happen your way.

From custom printed shirts for sports teams to cutting edge custom hoodies for student organizations, we strive for perfection on every project, regardless of size. Our in-house team of graphic design artists can bring to life any custom t shirt design you can envision. We don’t recognize limits. You think it. We make it happen.

Our knowledge of screen printing and attention to detail is the key to guaranteeing you the highest quality products possible. We offer automatic and manual screen-printing capabilities to give you consistent quality and fast turn-around on small and larger orders. We have the latest, state-of-the-art technology for printing high-quality, multi-color designs, ensuring that every order is done quickly and to your standards.

Spot Color Printing

The most popular type of printing, spot color printing uses a full-tone of color to create an image. Each color in the image is printed separately on its own screen, affecting the cost, but up to 12 spot colors on one location can be printed.

  • Yields Vibrant, Professional Quality Prints
  • Print on any color garment
  • Price: Less Expensive to More expensive, depending on the number of colors printed and the quantity ordered
  • Used For: Most standard print of logos, graphics, and text
Half-Tone Printing

A commonly used technique in printing that allows lesser amount of ink in a certain color to be used, allowing it to mix with the garment color or other print colors to create the illusion of more colors than are actually being printed.

  • Yields more muted, lighter tones of color
  • Print on any color garment, recommended for dark prints on light color garments for best results
  • Price: Each half tone of a color is no more expensive than its full tone - a great way to save money when an additional color is needed in some situations
  • Used For: Gradients, Background images, Using a Single color to look like its more than 1 color
Grayscale Printing

An inexpensive way to make a photograph or other multi-color image into apparel. A grayscale of the image is created using full and half-tones of black. Then the image can be printed in that "grayscale" version on a garment in any print color you choose.

  • Yields a Combination of Vibrant and Muted Color, Quality depends on size and resolution of photo
  • Print on any color garment, recommended for dark prints on light color garments for best results
  • Price: Inexpensive - the cheapest way to print a photograph or multi-colored image
  • Used For: One color versions of photos and multi-color images
Simulated Process Printing

When printing a full color logo with many shades and tones of colors and a more vibrant, sharp print is desired, a simulated process is used. Unlike the 4-Color CMYK process, Sim-Process prints use a combination of spot colors and half tones to create all the colors in the image.

  • Yields vibrant, professional quality prints
  • Print on any color garment
  • Price: This is a more expensive option to print multiple colors and shades than the 4-Color CMYK process, but it is still less expensive than using individual spot colors for every shade. Typically it involves the use of 4-8 colors to create the design.
  • Used for: Full color images with many tones of color when printing on a dark shirt
Distressed Printing

In order to achieve a cracked, worn-in, eroded look, artists utilize filters prior to printing to remove parts of the images in a way to give it that vintage look.

  • Yields professional quality, eroded prints
  • Print on any color garment, recommended for dark prints on light color garments for best results
  • Price: There is no additional fee for making a print look eroded
  • Used For: Vintage-looking prints