Can I supply my own garments to be printed?

Yes, you can supply your own garments. We will however reserve the right to not print a garment if it’s made from unsuitable fabric or it’s an unsuitable style. Please note that while every care is taken to supply a full print job with no ‘seconds’ it is advisable to supply a couple more t-shirts in case of any errors.

What is your largest print area?

45cm width x 58cm length

How many colours can I include in my design?

We can print up to 12 colours in a design. Remember, white bases and
 hilites are also considered colours and are almost always necessary on 
dark coloured t-shirts.

What is your standard turn around time?

We generally ask for 10 working days to turn a job around. If you require a quick turnaround we offer a fast service that may include an extra charge.

Do you provide press checks?

If you want to see a test print prior to the run starting, we can either arrange a digital image to be emailed/messaged to you, or you can come to the factory to view a sample. Please note, the test print does not allow for alterations to be made to the print. We send a digital e-proof where we expect you will make any changes you think are necessary.

Do you arrange interstate couriers?

Yes, we can ship anywhere in Australia.

How do I supply artwork?

Please see our guidelines in the ‘Resources’ section that covers
 artwork specifically.

What is the set up charge for?

The set up charge is to colour separate your image and then to create a stencil onto a screen for each colour. Please note the physical screen remains the property of Machine Screenprinters.

Do you offer a sampling service?

Yes, we offer a full sampling service to enable you to produce SalesMan Samples [SMS]. We have worked in the fashion industry for over 15 years and are very experienced in timeframes and seasonal requirements.

How can I achieve a soft-feel with a t-shirt print?

Soft feel printing is the most requested method of printing in recent times.
 We have perfected this form using specialty inks such as discharge and also solvent free water based inks. Soft feel is achievable on both dark and light coloured t-shirts and because of its technical requirements is charged at a higher price.

What are your minimum print runs?

Our recommended minimum print runs are based on the number of colours within your design. We suggest a one colour design has a minimum of 20 units, a two colour design has a minimum of 30, a three colour has 40 and so on. This recommendation means that your unit price is a reasonable, cost effective rate. Importantly, we can always print LESS than the recommended minimum but this does mean the unit price increases. Minimum runs assist in allowing us to cover set up times but also assist you in covering your set up costs.

Can I print anywhere on a garment?

You can print on most areas of a garment however some placements don’t allow us to create a smooth surface area to print.

Do you offer digital printing?

Yes, we work closely with a local DTG printer who we believe is the best in the business. We are happy to arrange your print job for you using DTG as we are offered great wholesale prices that we pass on to you.

Can you supply Australian made t-shirts?

We can supply Australian made t-shirts however we believe that our current suppliers offer the best styles and colours available worldwide.