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JJ75 July 9th, 2012 12:09 AM

Quality of Print
 
Not sure if this is the right place, or if people even really care but I received a tshirt from spreadshirt last week and I was actually surprised by the quality of the print - it was much better than I had expected.

The design is black, white and red on a blue shirt and seems to be of reasonable quality.. did cost just over 20 but I'm pretty happy with it

Anyone else have positive experiences with designs from here?
http://oi48.tinypic.com/15e8va0.jpg
The Rekohu Kid
http://tinypic.com/r/15e8va0/6

AndreiFyves November 6th, 2012 01:11 AM

Re: Quality of Print
 
I have seen some bad results on youtube some weeks ago.

JJ75 November 6th, 2012 01:16 AM

Re: Quality of Print
 
Are you allowed to post a URL of the video?

I've had a couple of different designs printed and have all been pretty good. The couple that weren't were generally down to poor images to start with (my own fault)

I've used a couple of other online services with worse results, but always open to new sugestions

ZonedApparel February 20th, 2013 10:16 PM

Re: Quality of Print
 
I've bought a few shirts of my own off of spreadshirt and each time they have been of excellent quality!

SpreadshirtFOM March 26th, 2013 12:05 PM

Re: Quality of Print
 
I am happy to hear you being pleased with our quality. We are always working on improving our processes and quality. Even though we have done alot the past year or two in innovations, we always set higher bars again. I personally am one of the key players in our organization for developing . We have much planned for the near future as well.

shmogt July 10th, 2014 04:02 PM

Re: Quality of Print
 
I heard direct print was so awful it should just be banned, but I ordered one and it seemed fine. Flex print was also really good. Only problem other then a shirt mix up was a misalignment. It was supposed to have a white boarder on part of the design, but it went over the design. Just a little so wasn't the biggest deal.

Jm69 August 1st, 2014 02:19 PM

Re: Quality of Print
 
I had a Spreadshirt account but am considering closing it.

First the 10mb file limit is near ridiculous! Makes it so difficult to get a file right and upload it.
Then the weird scaling process and limits of only being able to up file that are 15x15.

If you want the entire length of a shirts printable area you have to up two file of 10mb each which will equal 20 mb anyway,

so why not let me up a 20mb file?
I guess to increases prices?
but then you have to align the two graphics perfect and that doesn't always happen right!

If you have one file you can scale or stretch the graphic to the entire area on tshirt.

The process is very cumbersome and the online software to place the image is frustrating.

One Customer service person that i spoke to was so uninformed that she argued that my uploaded graphic was 72dpi and would be very tiny on a tshirt.

I explained that was impossible! she argued after speaking with another great and knowledgable tech there, I was told she pulled the small JPG off their website and it was 72 dpi, duh.

I wanted to work with them but the file limitations and sizing issues was so limiting, that i have to find elsewhere.


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