Which shirt are you going to use? ("high quality" means different things to different people, and they are all different prices).Maxxer said:I'm new to this, but trying to get an idea (very general) of what it will cost me to print one T-shirt. What I'm thinking about is a good quality T-shirt, Plastisol Transfer, and Pigmented ink using heat transfer. Can anyone give me a ballpark cost for printing one (include other costs if I missed any, but not cost of HT machine)?
Plastisol transfers are cheaper the more you buy. So it depends on how many shirts you are planning on printing.
If you can give more details, I am sure someone will be able to help you with a general estimate.