T-Shirt Printing

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  • PhoenixFlames 10 Jan 2009 19:57:57 9,261 posts
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    I am looking for a site to get 10 t-shirts designed.

    I have found loads where you can create your own design and order 10 shirts, but I need 10 shirts with the same thing on the front but something different on the back of each one. It's for a group holiday.

    I could place 10 separate orders on one site but I thought there might be something out there that allows me to order all 10 different designs in one go, perhaps for a discount.

    Anyone know such a site?
  • PhoenixFlames 11 Jan 2009 08:12:09 9,261 posts
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    *Morning Bump*
  • DaM 11 Jan 2009 08:49:50 14,001 posts
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    I would search for digital t-shirt printing - most of it is done by screen printing which involves a print to be produced, therefore a set-up cost per design.
  • Master_Miller 11 Jan 2009 10:14:18 1,640 posts
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    I dunno, Zazzle maybe?
  • warlockuk 11 Jan 2009 10:22:30 19,262 posts
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    Only one I know of is CafePress (I think that's what their name was) - from what I can see they now have a UK version, too...

    ...though the prices really aren't that great.
  • FWB 4 Dec 2011 13:01:16 48,056 posts
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    Does anyone know if home printing is any good? That paper you print on and then transfer through ironing? Is the result alright? Does it last?
  • MrTomFTW Moderator 4 Dec 2011 13:07:42 41,729 posts
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    The results of home printing are variable at best. The transfer doesn't last that long either.
  • elstoof 4 Dec 2011 13:12:00 9,235 posts
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    It's not so great in my experience from a while back. You end up with a firmer patch of t shirt where you stick the image to the fabric that washes away and cracks over time but things may have changed. There was another product I seem to remember where you print onto regular paper then paint this gloop on it and place it on the shirt, the ink runs through the stuff. Pretty blurry though and the ink in printers isn't designed for this kind of thing.
  • FWB 4 Dec 2011 13:14:53 48,056 posts
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    Ahh fair enough. Shame. Guess the likes of Cafepress do a good job?
  • elstoof 4 Dec 2011 13:40:44 9,235 posts
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    Never used them but it looks like they should be decent enough considering the price they charge. At least you can get one on its own to check the quality.
  • espadachin 4 Dec 2011 14:46:49 2,209 posts
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    I'd try spreadshirt, they are a European version of cafe press
  • Trowel 4 Dec 2011 14:52:16 18,586 posts
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    I was doing some research on the sites last month and Zazzle seems generally to be thought to be better quality than CafePress.
  • binster 4 Dec 2011 15:37:04 552 posts
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    I found these guys to be good - nice quality printing, good quality shirt, decent price.

    http://www.streetshirts.co.uk/
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