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Quantity 1-14 will be Vinyl and pricing will vary.
Custom plastisol heat transfer Size 12.5″ x 13″
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Film & Screen Fee Per Color
Flat Shipping Fee and discounts
There is a flat fee of $15.00 shipping per order. No Coupon Codes or discounts allowed with Plastisol heat transfers.
Color change within a run
$20 dollars per color change (Same screen/design and using another color to create the same design while still on press).
Submitting Print Ready Art Work
Print ready means that the art work that you have sent is ready to be outputted and printed when we receive it. Submit your artwork here!
Print Ready File Requirements
Customer supplied print ready art work will be entered into production as “as is”. If you choose to supply your own print ready artwork, it will be assumed that the artwork were sent approved, proofed and are print ready. Into The Wild Screen Printing is not responsible for any errors that may occur from the use of customer supplied print ready artwork.
Print ready artwork must be sent or uploaded electronically and must meet the specifications outlined below and is one of the following.
Adobe PDF (If Vector formatting is retained)
Raster and Pixel Art
Adobe Photoshop (Preferred Layard artwork)
Can accept the following but may require some work: PNG. TIFF and PDF
You can always send in your artwork for a free evaluation to see if it is print ready! If it is not we will help guide you through the steps of making it print ready.
All formats listed must be submitted at final print size.
All formats must be 300 DPI or higher for resolution.
Unless the artwork is used as a visual reference for artwork recreation (when we take your none vector or acceptable artwork and create a vector or acceptable artwork to be printed).
Accepted Media Sharing
Electronic Filing such as E-mail
Flash Drives, USB
Clean hard copies (this will require us to vector the image)
All fonts must be in vector format or print ready, if not we will match the font as close as possible (Having the name of the font is highly recommended)
Using font sizes smaller then 12 (THIS SIZE) for dark shirts may result in the print not being legible.
Using font sizes smaller then 14 for light shirts may result in the print not being legible.
There are a number of fonts with different variations of sizes that will not be legible when printed at the above sizes. When printing smaller font avoid the following:
Small thin lines
letters Varying line weights
Thin serif fonts Thick letters with small openings inside the letter shapes
All the above type of fonts should only be used when printing a much larger size font.
Art Charges for files that are not print ready
$20 Dollars per 1/2hour (30 minutes minimal charge) for the following:
Clean up supplied art work
Lay out of art work (Putting multiple images to fit into each transfer sheet).
Changing the layout of existing artwork
$40 dollars per hour (60 minutes Minimal charge) for the following:
Creating new simple graphic designs including text.
Recreation of low resolution simple graphic designs.
Updating, changing current artwork.
$50 dollars per hour (60 minutes minimal charge) for the following
Creating original complex graphic designs
Recreation of complex graphic artwork.
CMYK, four color process, (photo realistic, fine art, abstract artwork). CMYK is for light color garments only and cannot be used with our plastisol heat transfers. We print these directly onto your garment of choice. We can print CMYK onto a dark garment but the Image will appear dull and not as vibrant as a light garment (Keep in mind, some business choose to print on dark garments for this reason). We suggest simulated printing for darker colors.
CMYK Pricing: $50 dollars per hour (60 minutes minimal charge)
Spot White Ink
All areas in the art that are to be printed in white ink, must be shown in the artwork by using a false/spot white that looks different then the background. If the background of the image is white and you want the image to have white ink, you must use this false/spot white so we know that you need white ink and are not just printing on a white t-shirt or garment.
Make sure to label the Spot/false white in your layers
Change the color of the white to a different color that is not in your design (Light Blue, light pink, light yellow ect.) where we can identify where the white Ink will go.
Inform the sales representative that you require white ink in your design
Make a note in your design, email, or file stating that the spot color you have chosen ((Light Blue, light pink, light yellow ect.) is to be printed in white. For Example: please print all colors in light blue in white ink.
Designs using halftones for Dark garments (Using a half toned white underbase). Simulated printing is not currently available for custom heat transfers. We do offer simulated printing when directly screen printing a garment.
Pricing: will vary on the complexity of your design.
Four Color Process Files
Four Color Process files must be sent in high resolution (300 DPI or higher) your file needs to be color separated and will be reviewed by a color separate specialist. Currently the four color process is not available for custom plastisol heat transfers. We do offer four color process when directly screen printing a garment.
Spot Color Inks
please see our custom in stock ink color chart and most popular inks:colors in stock
Need a different or custom color that we do not have available? We recommend that you select a color from the Solid Coated Pantone formula guide here (Panton Colors). We can mix any of the PMS colors that you select from that list. Once you have found and selected the PMS color of your choice, please indicated each color chosen by using the corresponding pantone number
PMS Color Matching
We can match the PMS number you had supplied with our in-house matching by hand for $30.00. As stated above this is matching by hand and is matched as close as possible.
If you require an exact PMS matching, It will need to be done by our ink manufacturer for $75.00 per match.
Many inks are not opaque enough for the ink to be place onto dark garments, causing dye migration or bleeding (The color of the shirt bleeds into the design, causing it to be darker and then intended) If printing onto dark garments, a white underbase is recommended to ensure your designs pops and looks as intended. Having a white underbase helps keep the design achieve a higher level of brilliance and opacity (Thickness/fullness). Most designs that are being printed onto a dark garment should have a underbase, unless a blending or color tone look is desired. The heat transfers underbase will not be as opaque as garments being directly screen printed on top of a flash cured white underbase.
Because each under base is unique to itself, we cannot accept artwork requiring an underbase as print ready. Therefor there is an art charge of $20.00 per design requiring a white underbase.
Line weights refers to the thickness of a line or stroke (Any area of ink) and the thickness of space between two lines or any area of ink to allow the garment color to show between the ink areas. We are not responsible for any lines that do not transfer onto the heat transfer/garment as a result of thin lines.
Line weights for inks to be used on white or light garments
All lines, strokes and open areas between lines to allow the shirt to show though must be at a minimum of 2 Pts in visible width. Seeline weights
Line weights for inks to be used on black or dark garments
All lines, strokes and open areas between lines to allow the shirt to show though must be at a minimum of 3 Pts in visible width.
If you are using gradient or fades in your spot colors, the image will be converted into multiple dots. Halftones help create the illusion and depth within your design. Though halftones are not recommended for plastisol heat transfers, they can be used, but larger halftones dots should be used. We are not responsible for any lines/halftone dots that do not transfer onto the heat transfer/garment as a result of thin or tiny dots.
See example: Gradient for a view of halftones through gradients.
Shades or tones above 50% or below 10% can be problematic when printing or during application/pressing
You cannot place 100% of one color over 100% of another color to create a third (3rd) color. You can place a shade/tone or fading halftones onto another color to create the illusion of a third (3rd) color.
There are multiple manufacturers causing each and every heat press is going to vary in pressure and heat. We recommend you order extra custom heat transfers to test your machine to dial in you pressure and heat temperature.
If you apply a transfer and it does not print properly, Stop and adjust your press. Test your press with the same (already printed) garment using various pressure and heat temperature until the problem is resolved. Don’t waste new garments for testing!
Solutions to problems when pressing
Check your temperature
The temperature of your heat press will fluctuate once you begin pressing, as the heat press metal platen will transfer heat to each garment you print. It is highly recommended to continue to check and monitor the heat of your heat press during a production run, and allow the heat to rejuvenate if the heat begins to drop. Usually there is a temperature gauge on your heat press but it is still important to check the temperature of your heat platen manually. An accurate way to manually check your heat platen is by using a digital pyrometer. When checking your heat platen check for the following:
The temperature results matches the heat press gage temperature.
Even temperature through the entire heating platen
Check for “Cold Spots” – sections or spots in the heat platen that is not being heated.
Edges and outsides – check the edges of the heat platen to see if your desired heat reaches the edges of the Platen.
Check your pressure
Make sure you have medium to heavy pressure when using heat transfers.
Keep in mind that these instructions are guidelines and it is the customer’s responsibility to adjust and configure their heat press.
We reserve the right to either accept or reject any job. Pricing and delivery charges are subject to change.
When custom orders are printed with supplied artwork to the customers specifications, the customer shall hold Into The Wild Screen Printing harmless from liability for copyright, trademark, patent infringement, property rights violations, claims if libel, scandal or obscenity, invasion of privacy, or other personal rights violation.
Product overages and shortages
Occasionally you will receive an overage or shortage on your order, due to the manufacturing process and our quality standards there will be overruns and occasional short runs. The industry standard is +/- 10%. We at Into The Wild Screen Printing do our best to minimize such occurrences, but we do however reserve the right to ship, bill or credit your account up to +/- 10% over or under the desired quantity.
We guarantee the quality and workmanship of our custom heat transfers for four (4) month. We will issue a credit for the cost of the transfers for any quality related issues within the four (4) months of the original purchase. Prior to issuing the credit, we do ask you send your transfers to our facility to be tested via our quality control department (to make sure the transfers are the problem and not the surrounding factors). If it is found that the heat transfers are having issues, we will issue credit in the amount of your purchase. Into The Wild Screen Printing is not responsible for any damaged garments or goods as a result of these custom heat transfers (including laundering and the application of the custom heat transfers) . Into The Wild Screen Printing is liability to our customers is limited to defective heat transfers that were purchased from us. test your custom heat transfers using non production garments or goods to insure they are not damaged.
Before sending your custom heat transfers in attempt to resolve your issues with the above trouble shooting solutions or contacting our support team.
Claims for damaged, defective or shortage of your custom heat transfers must be made within five (5) days after receiving your order. For damages that may have occurred during shipping, your packaging for the order must be kept in order to file a claim with shipping.
Since each and every order is customized, we are unable to accept returns. Thank you for your understanding.
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