We don't really do corporate work as we an online retailer - so I'm not sure how much help we can be on pricing.
However your true costs are likely to be:
Ink and consumables for a white Tee - 10p - 30p
Ink and consumables on a dark Tee - 30p - £1.20p
Electricity for drying 12p assuming an Adelco dryer and runs of 30+ (because of warm up and cool down time)
Labour Cost = Hourly rate divided by 14-20 garments an hour depending on design
Based on the costs for maintenance proposed by Kornit in the UK you also need to add a further £8750.00 per annum divided by the shirt numbers per year. So if you print 10,000 then it will add a further 87p to your shirt cost. If you think that's unrealistic then contact me as we are trying canvass opinions to respond to Kornit
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