With 2012 finishing up and the end of the world as per the Mayans not happening yet, you still have time to get your last-minute Christmas custom t shirts. While many companies offer custom holiday graphic shirts and do a good job at coming up with creative designs one stands out above the rest. With there on staff graphic design team and online web site that offers screen printing, digital direct to garment printing, embroidery you can design or have us design your dream designs. The pre-print designs are upload to this site monthly and cover many categories. For example, holiday sweaters, car club shirts, people T’s, dirty pick up lines t-shirts, funny shirts, and humor shirts to name a few pre-print designed apparel. With all that being said ORDER TODAY! You still have time to give a great personalized custom shirt gift for anyone. Below is a one of my favorite shirts designs for my best friends. This custom funny shirts screams out when my friends are wearing it “Hey What’s Up.”
When you walk into a department store or a boutique you expected to be greeted by a friendly member of the staff and immediately asked if you need any help. Well even though we are not a department store like Macy’s, although I think we carry more items, here at Precision Graphics we still expect our customers to feel noticed and comfortable when they walk into our showroom. A simple smile and cheerful greeting can change someone’s attitude in a matter of seconds and that is what you receive when you walk through our showroom doors. It is easy to forget how much those little gestures mean to people until you have a really horrible experience at a company. I have helped many a customer that has come into our showroom and they had felt like other processes were so impersonal and they were happy to be able to sit down with a person and get their order done. The biggest part to our success is giving every customer the easiest and most enjoyable experience we can provide. Everything we produce is completely unique to each customer so each person that walks through our doors has a different goal or project for us to produce. Here at Precision Graphics we have printed everything from uniforms for sports teams to shirts that have appeared on The Price is Right and everything in between! So the next time you need something printed and a great customer service experience come to Precision Graphics or give us a call and we would love to help you with a smile!
People ask me all the time, why should I go digital printing or direct to garment versus screen printing?
For me, it all depends on the design, the type of shirt, and the color of shirt it’s going on.
In lower quantity orders such as 1-36 pieces, digital can be a great way to produce a design digitally with a lot of colors at a lower rate. You can reproduce photos, print over seams and zippers and also print on those hard to get to places such as on hoodies, over pockets and so on with direct to garment printers. The drawback to digital is that it is water based ink.
So, all polyester performance fabrics are not available for digital printing at this time.
Polyester is meant to wick away water, not absorb it like cotton would during the digital printing process.
The last thing to consider is what color of shirt you are wanting to print on. Standard digital printers are meant to be printed on lighter colored garments such as white, gray, light blue t shirts etc.
Think of it like you are putting a colored piece of paper inside a color printer. If the paper is yellow and you print a photo, the face will be yellow.
Many of the misconceptions on digital direct to garment printing is that once the garment is washed, the design looks faded out. It’s actually the cotton fibers that are now sticking up making a layer of cotton fuzz on the shirt that is blocking you from seeing the design. The design is still there. It’s just seen through fibers.
When considering services screen printing on your t shirts versus digital direct to garment with a low quantity of shirts that you have a lot of colors in your design, go digital!