Apart from the set of costs of getting a heatpress machine. And plastisol transfers are still a very long way from being the be-all-and-end-all of shirt printing.badalou said:Why are you not doing your own plastisol transfers. There is no set up or art work charges if you have vector art. How many shirts are you doing?
Some people like money more than othersMrApolloBu said:Prices ranged from 100 dollars setup and 4 dollars a shirt to 60 dollars setup and 2.15 per shirts. why such a large price gap?
Again, screenprinting is the same as any industry: some of the lower end prices are based on desperation, the ability to do high volume cheaply, etc. and some are based on corner cutting, penny pinching, inferior quality. Price alone (whether high or low) won't tell you if a printer is good or bad (or can/can't be trusted).MrApolloBu said:should i not trust the lower prices competetors?
OK, I couldn't tell if you have a heat press from the other posts that you've made on the site, but if you did.....MrApolloBu said:thanks solmu hehe... and to answer Decal Designs we have up to 4 colors in our designs and white and black tshirt.
You are responding to a message that is over 7 years old. You might want to start a new thread.I am also looking to do around 100 or so shirts , with a few colors. What is the cost of a decent heat transfer machine ? Can the shirts be 100% cotton or must they be a blend in order to get the best visual quality ? Many thanks.