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I am looking for people's opinions on which company to use to start producing some of my company's shirt designs on. I need it to be good quality since they are going out as samples to friends, family, co-workers to get our name and products out there.
I am also looking for a good printer someone can recommend. So many things so little time. Thanks all for your help.
 

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I need it to be good quality since they are going out as samples to friends, family, co-workers to get our name and products out there.
"Quality" is a bit of a relative term since different people define a quality t-shirt in different ways. Check out this thread for reference:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/showthread.php?t=5065

You can find lots of t-shirt brands and suggestions in the wholesale t-shirts forum: http://www.t-shirtforums.com/forumdisplay.php?f=17

I am also looking for a good printer someone can recommend.
What kind of printer? You mean like the actual desktop printing equipment, or a screen printer/heat press printer?

We don't do printing service recommendation posts here since so many of our members are printers of some type. Sometimes people can get tempted to recommend themselves :) Once you have 15 posts, you can make a service request in the Classifieds section of the forum.

If you meant a "desktop" printer for printing heat transfers, you can find a good thread with suggestions here:
http://www.t-shirtforums.com/showthread.php?t=4605
 

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Destructive said:
I am looking for people's opinions on which company to use to start producing some of my company's shirt designs on.
Thanks all for your help.
If you post some images of your designs, some peeps here can at least recommend printing processes etc.... this will narrow your search some.
 

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There are tons of shirts available out there with different weights, blends and designs.

Most of the customers I deal with want a heavier weight (thicker) shirt because they think it is better quality.

I started out with getting the cheapest I could find to get product out and available, but have since moved on to a nicer brand I found at the PrintWear show in Indianpolis.

Long story short, get some samples and find what you like, then listen to your customers.
 
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