Our minimum orders quantities are: T-shirts / singlets / hoodies: 20 piecesTea Towels: 100 piecesTote Bags: 50 piecesJackets: 12pieces (embroidery only) Aprons: 30 pieces
Ink Colour ChangeIf you are ordering a mix of light and dark colour garments there is a possibility we will need to use a different ink colour (E.G changing white ink to black). For each colour change there is a $25 fee for each colour you change.
If you are not sure on what method is best for your job, we can help! Click here to find out more information and to find out what will give you the best results and what will get you the best bang for your buck!
Pros- 1 - 2 Colours (can do up to 6 colours for an extra cost) - Superior Bright Colours- Pantone Colour Match - Large print area of 320mm W x 450mm H- High detail
Cons- The more colours in your artwork, the more expensive the print will be.
Screen Printing is what we specialise in at The Print Room.
Pros- Full Colour Print for the same price as a 1 colour Screen Print.- Vibrant print colour with exact colour matching.- High detail.
Cons- Limited to 100mm x 100mm (pocket sized prints only)
Supa Colour is perfect for printing your school crest and artwork with a large number of colours. It also leaves you with exact colour matching, high detail and the look and feel of a Screen Print. If you require a crest print or high colour artwork we would suggest using Supa Colour.
Pros- Up to 12 colours - Perfect for outerwear garments- Hard wearing
Dye Sub Patches are perfect for detailed school crests and logos. These look really sharp on hoodies and rugby jerseys, sewn on with a zig-zag stitch.
Pros- Full Colour Print- Vibrant print colour with exact colour matching.- High detail.
Specify the size of your artwork in millimetres. If you don't know these, we suggest the following: Left/right chest: 80 - 100Centre Front: 260mm WideCentre back: 280mm Wide Max Print Size: 380mm Wide x 450mm High
Each price is per unit. If you are not sure what ink type to select, click here to find out more information. Most customers choose plastisol.
PlastisolPlastisol is the most common type of ink used in our industry. It's great for colour matching exact colours and providing really detailed artwork. Over a long period of time plastisol can have the dendency to crack as it sits on top of the garment.
Ink Characteristics:Colour Vibrancy - 5/5Colour Accuracy - 4/5Soft feel- 3/5Washability - 4/5
Eco Ink - WaterbasedOur Eco Ink is an environmental ink that has an amazing hand soft touch feel. The ink dyes the fabric, as opposed to sitting on top of the garment. This in turn, results in a ultra long lasting print and will wash extremely well.
Ink Characteristics:Colour Vibrancy - 4/5Colour Accuracy - 4/5Soft feel- 5/5Washability - 5/5
Woven Ink Our range of Woven Inks essentially bleaches the garment's fabric at the same time as printing it. The benefit of using our Woven Inks is that there is a super soft hand feel to these type of prints. We can only use these inks on 100% cotton garments. Because of the nature of this print technique we cannot Pantone woven ink prints. Some t-shirt fabric colours are not suitable for using Woven.Ink Characteristics:
Colour Vibrancy - 3/5Colour Accuracy - 3/5Soft feel- 5/5Washability - 4/5
Split Fountain Screen PrintingFountain Screen Printing is a technique we do on the hand carousel with plastisol inks. It is when 2 - 3 colours are put into the screen and pulled through the silk screen. Therefore no two prints will be the same as the gradients of colours change as more tees are printed. These method is slightly more expensive as once the colours become too mixed the screen needs to be cleaned and more inks added.Ink Characteristics:
Colour Vibrancy - 5/5Colour Accuracy - 2/5Soft feel- 3/5Washability - 4/5
Glow in the dark inkDo you want your artwork come to life at night? Glow in the dark ink is perfect for that. It is a speciality ink that we apply over top of your artwork, usually over a plastisol ink print. It will have your customers 'glowing' over your tees! Ink Characteristics:
Colour Vibrancy - 5/5Colour Accuracy - 4/5Soft feel- 3/5Washability - 4/5
CMYK ProcessCMYK Process is when where use four screens to create any image, inlcuding photographs. Magenta, Cyan, Yellow, and Black are the four colours used to create images. We use plastisol ink for these prints. Ink Characteristics:
Colour Vibrancy - 4/5Colour Accuracy - 4/5Soft feel- 3/5Washability - 4/5