Screen Printing


Printing on White Garments
Best Bang for your buck, printing on white garments is the most cost efficient way of printing. It requires less time and energy which can save you money.

Printing on Dark Garments
When printing on dark garments it requires additional steps. An under base of ink must be laid down when printing light colored inks on dark shirts. Then it must be dried slightly before another pass of ink is laid down. This process is called flash curing. Flash curing is done so that white or any other light color print doesn't take on the color of the dark garment. We must flash after the base print and after each additional color is applied.




THIS PRICE LIST DOES NOT INCLUDE THE COST OF BLANK GARMENTS

Quantity 1 Color 2 Color 3 Color 4 Color 5 Color 6 Color
12 $6.75 $7.25 - - - -
24 $4.25 $4.75 $5.25 - - -
48 $2.00 $2.50 $3.00 $3.50 $4.00 $4.50
72 $1.79 $2.29 $2.79 $3.29 $3.79 $4.29
144 $1.51 $2.01 $2.51 $3.01 $3.51 $4.01
Additional Charges
  • Ultra Cotton White T-Shirts Starting at $2.00 Each
  • Flash Curing $ .50 Per Location
    Plus a $20.00 Set-Up
  • Oversize print (bigger then 12"x15") $1.00 Per Location
  • Ink Color Change $10.00
  • Fleece $ .50
  • Long Sleeves $ .50
  • Pocket tee shirts




  • Set-Up
    There is a one-time screen charge of $20 per color and per location. If reordering the same job (within 6 months of previous order), there is no setup cost. Any Job Older Than 6 months $10 per color and per location.




    Artwork
    For best results and in order to minimize art setup costs:
  • We prefer Corel Draw (.cdr) and Encapsulated PostScript (.eps) files.
  • We accept Adobe Illustrator (.ai), and Portable Document Format (.pdf) files.
    The following file may require vectorizing or color separating. Standard art charges may apply.
  • Bitmap (.bmp), Joint Photographic Experts Group (.jpeg), Tagged Image File Format (.tiff), and Portable Document Format (.pdf) files.

    Art Files Can Be Emailed To jorge@coronaprintshop.com




  • Deposit And Balance
    We require a deposit of 50% up front to begin any custom order. This enables us to order the garments from our suppliers and begin prepping your job. Your custom order does not begin until we receive your deposit. The balance of your custom order is due at the time of pickup; no exceptions. Customers must provide a valid sales tax resale number or pay sales tax.




    Production Time
    Orders are scheduled on a first come, first serve basis. Turn around times may vary depending on current production schedule. Standard orders require an average production time of 7-10 business days. This time begins the first day we receive both a 50% deposit and final art approval. A rush fee based on the complexity of the job applies to any order required in 7 business days or less.

  • If an order is needed:
  • 6 business days, add 40% to the invoice total.
  • 5 business days, add 50% to the invoice total.
  • 4 business days, add 60% to the invoice total.
  • 3 business days, add 70% to the invoice total.
  • 2 business days, add 80% to the invoice total.




  • Money Saving Tips
  • Print fewer ink colors (each color requires a separate screen)
  • Print on fewer locations (like front only instead of front and back)
  • Use Light Color Garments (dark colors cost more and require an extra print)
  • Order in larger quantities (price breaks at 24, 48, 72, 150, 300, etc)




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