Yes but are you sure that plastisol prints are the most durable? Acutally sublimation is the most durable and as far as i know plastisol transfers are just screen prints on silicon paper, they pit adhesive poweder on it directly after the screen print. I read hundreds of articles about screen printing in the last days and they all say direct screen print is more durable.Most of the shirts you see in the shops are actually plastisol printed.
It's the most durable method of printing shirts, but you need to print 100 or more copies to make it cheap. Many places just stock plastisol transfers and apply then on shirts on demand. You can print CMYK + White (5 colors) with it, and even more colors if you want, but price goes up with each color you are adding.
Sublimation on tri blends dould be a cheap method and its the most durable and has by far the highest resolution. Of course only if you want that vintage effect which alot of people including myself wear.
Plastisol transfers can be a chesp solution as well if you buy like 80 of them and in 2-3 colors max which is enough in my mind. So a mix of sublimated shirts and plastisols can be a good solution. I however want so try basic and cheap screen printing myself, i just use sign vinyl instead of the UV burning but of course you are limited to basic logos and fonts in one color, some designs dont need more. I also have sublimation equipment and HTV Equipment at home but more as a hobby