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Looking for a t-shirt printer who is relatively cheap

Discussion in 'Printing & Print Design Forum:' started by kwilson1203, Jan 23, 2013.

  1. kwilson1203

    kwilson1203 New Member

    I am looking to supply t-shirts using my designs and looking for some who can supply quickly and is cheap to use so that I don't have to charge ridiculous prices.
    There are a couple of printers close by to me but they're quality isn't great.

    Any help would be appreciated.

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  2. manchester_guy87

    manchester_guy87 New Member

  3. kwilson1203

    kwilson1203 New Member

    Hi Mark,

    Thanks for your help.
    I used to deal with t-shirts years ago but only for embroidery and it was either Fruit of the Loom or Gildan we used, but I've had a few t-shirts printed in the last few months and the quality has been really poor so looking for a recommendation now. I don't actually think these shirts had a name on them.
    I give your link a try and see how it goes.

    Thanks again
    Kelly
     
  4. Mgdingo

    Mgdingo New Member

    Mark,

    You can try a few different t-shirt importers of notable quality. Either Continentalclothing.com, or orotoro.com. Both, in my opinion, have great quality. I'm a small time ethical screen printer based in the South West but I only like to use decent blanks. These two as far as i'm concerned rise above the others. In fact you'd find that most small reputable brands in this country use a version of these... dephect, fourth element, sutsu, anyforty ...

    if you ever want some screen printing advice then please give me a shout. mark@greenthouse.co.uk . I might not be too local to you but happy to give some advice where needed.

    Mark G
     
  5. kwilson1203

    kwilson1203 New Member

    Thanks for that Mark, I'm not in a rush for these so will get a look over the next couple of weeks.

    Cheers,
    Kelly
     

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