Digitizing is the art of creating a file that provides instructions to the embroidery machine on how to sew your design as thread on a garment.
We charge $10.00 per thousand stitches. An average logo left ches or small up to 4" is 7,000 to 9,000 stitches.
At Full Quality we have different printing techniques, each one of them is used according to the quantities and requirements of the art.
Consists of transferring ink directly to the garment have color limitations and is used
for flat or solid designs and few details. The recommended technique for large quantity orders at a lower cost.
Is the best option for quantities over 50 pieces, is faster, good quality and low cost option.
Direct to Film
Is a technique used when the design has many details like gradients or small things.
There is no minimum or maximum amount of
Recommended for small quantities and design that are full color
- Used in small design or Arts
- Large quantities of colors
- Large Quantities
Can I Order Just one?
You can order a single product in any of the techniques, but depending on the one selected, setup fee costs may apply.
Can I do my design online?
Yes, it's easy and free; You just have to click on the customize button under the product description and there you access the design editor, in which with simple tools you can add text, images from your phone or computer and achieve the design you want so much.
Is a printed t-shirt durable?
Of course, the techniques that we use for printing are the same as those used for boutique t-shirts, you just have to wash them following the care instructions on the label.
Do you have Bulk Disccount?
From retail purchases to large quantities, we offer a table of discounts starting at 20% up to 60% off.
Write to us at firstname.lastname@example.org or call to speak with one of our wholesale sales representatives.
How long does it take to make a t-shirt?
Production times depend a lot on the quantities and printing techniques selected.
But we offer Rush services 24 - 48 and 72 hours for those last minute projects.
Can I speak with someone for help?
Our entire customer service team is willing to help you throughout the process.
We have different channels, such as email, phone calls and Live Chat, you will find them all here in the contact section.