The number of colours in the print
The number of prints on the tee i.e. Front only or front and back etc
The number of garments to be printed
So to give you a solid price we need to know these three variables. We will always advise you on how you can reduce your costs by adjusting these variables.
Johnny Bobbin - Premium Quality, Massive range. Great Price vs Quality
Gildan - Premium Quality, Basic range. Great Price vs Quality
Ramo - Great Price, Great Quality
American Apparel - Premium Quality and Style, Made in USA, Massive Range
Bella - Premium Women’s Range, Great Range (ignore retail pricing)
QuOz - Good Range, Good Prices
Note that not all files that have these file extensions are necessarily vector image files. For example you can save a bitmap file as nearly all these file types. The file has to be created from scratch in the programs above.
Vector images have crisp lines and can be resized as big as a house without losing any image quality. Vector images are created in programs like Adobe Illustrator, Macromedia Freehand and Corel Draw.
One time when it is ok to use bitmap images is when you want a full colour print using process CMYK colours. Sometimes bitmap images are ok for single colour prints as long as they are at least 300dpi and already at print size.
To get around this you need to convert fonts to outlines or embed the fonts. To do this in Adobe Illustrator you can right click on the text and choose “Create Outlines” alternatively if you go to Type>Create Outlines or finally you can use the hotkeys Shift+Ctrl+O. This will convert all you type to shapes and it will transport within your file.