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FAQ2019-03-03T01:39:18-07:00
How do I use the online designer2021-03-02T22:15:52-07:00
Are you licensed with Colorado State University?2019-02-21T16:51:25-07:00

Yes, we have a retail license for CSU. Our license allows us to produce retail merchandise. With our license we can supply university departments, student groups, club sports teams, or anyone associated with the university using Colorado State University official logos.

How can I track my package?2019-02-21T14:53:43-07:00

Once order is processed you will be provided a shipping tracking number and the name of the shipper.

Shipping Returns.2019-02-21T14:52:06-07:00

All shipping labels must be provided by the customer returning the item. All production errors or damaged goods we will provide a shipping label.

Where do you ship to?2019-02-21T14:49:18-07:00

We ship anywhere in the USA.

How much are you shipping charges?2021-03-02T21:58:53-07:00

We charge based on weight. Charges will be calculated when checking out.

What can I design with the Online Designer?2019-02-20T21:24:26-07:00

You can design t-shirts, hoodies, caps, polo’s, flasks, wine boxes and much more. Our designer comes with a large selection of fonts and clipart. You can upload your own photos and art to add to your creation.

What’s your turnaround time?2019-02-20T21:06:11-07:00

Turnaround time can range from 1-2 weeks for screen printing. With embroidery and digital printing our turnaround time is less than 1 week during none peak seasons and 1-2 weeks during busy times.

What type of garments do you supply?2019-02-20T20:30:08-07:00

We offer a large selection of garments from a large selection of suppliers.

Can I supply my own garments?2019-02-20T20:24:50-07:00

Yes, you can supply your own garments, but you will not receive free setup and art charges. And, we are not responsible for mistakes made during the production process.

What are your minimums?2019-02-20T20:20:57-07:00

We don’t have minimums, however we do offer price breaks for larger orders. For printing we recommend digital printing for orders 12 and under.

What decoration services do you offer?2021-03-02T22:03:17-07:00

At BT Imprintables we offer Embroidery, Screen Printing, Direct to Garment Printing and Digital Printing.

Screen Printing vs Digital Printing – what is the difference?2019-02-20T20:12:00-07:00

With Digital Printing, your design is printed directly onto the garment using water-based CMYK inks. Like ink jet printers, this technique allows you to print millions of colors making it a perfect choice for full-color photographs. Plus, digital printing allows us to offer custom tees with no minimum order requirement, unlike screen printing, which has a 12-piece minimum because of its extensive prep time.

Screen printing is a more traditional t-shirt customization method in which each color in a design is separated and burned to individual fine-mesh screens. Ink is then transferred to the shirt through the screen. Teams, organizations and businesses usually opt for screen printing because it’s more cost-effective for printing large custom apparel orders.

Both printing methods guarantee excellent durability and wash-fastness over time.

What if I need help with my art files?2019-02-20T14:13:04-07:00

No, problem. Contact us and we will help with all artwork concerns.

What type of art files do you except.2019-02-20T19:36:12-07:00

We except any type of art files. Vector files work best. Example of vector file are adobe illustrator files .ai or .eps. With raster files(.jpg, .gif, .png ect) Keep in mind the bigger the file the better the resolution. Vector files keep resolution when increasing in size.

There are two main type of image files: Raster and Vector. Raster images are created with pixel-based programs or captured with a camera or scanner. They are more common in general such as jpg, gif, png, and are widely used on the web. Vector graphics are created with vector software and are common for images that will be applied onto a physical product.

Vector graphics are scalable

Because vector graphics are not composed of pixels they are resolution-independent. The vector shapes – also called objects – can be scaled and printed at any size without losing quality. It can be printed as large and at the highest resolution the printer or the output device allows.

Raster / Bitmap Images

Pixel-based images represent and edit photographs and photo-like images better than vector programs because they can use an abundant number of different color pixels. By arranging pixels and slowly incrementing or changing the color or shade of the pixels adjacent to them, it creates a subtle gradation from one color to another: nice and smooth color blends.

Raster images’ dimensions are measured in pixels. Because raster images cannot be enlarged without losing quality, printers require that you provide them with files at the correct size: 1 the dimension you want to print your image at, and 2. the pixel resolution for that particular project. The pixel resolution is the amount of pixels within each inch called ppi (pixels per inch).

Raster & Vector Summary

https://vector-conversions.com

How much are your setup charges?2019-02-20T13:33:27-07:00

Setup charge are free if you purchase garments form us. If you provide your own garments setup charges can range from $20-$120 depending how complex your artwork is.

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