What kind of custom apparel do you need?
HOODIES BAGS T-SHIRTS ANYTHING ELSE?
At Ramp, we’re known for printing great quality screen-printed custom apparel for teams, events, groups and companies with free shipping in UK, Europe and USA. Just check out our amazing reviews on Google and Facebook!
We print a variety of custom clothes like hoodies, bags, vests, sweatshirts, prints with non standard placing on the printed garment and basically anything else you can screen-print on (find out more about the screenprinting we use and what is the difference between digital printing and screenprinting).
So, here’s a quick run-down of what you can get from us:
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So, which t-shirt to print on?
There’s a lot of choice when it comes to t-shirt brands. We’ve simplified the process for you by choosing three great options on our main ordering page, but we know sometimes it’s good to get the lowdown on all the options on how to choose which t-shirt to print on. We’ve rounded up the contenders from American Apparel, Gildan, Fruit of The Loom and Continental below – these are ordered from lowest price to highest.
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Screen Printing vs Digital Printing
We’ve previously written about what screen printing is, but there’s another type of printing that you may have heard of called Digital Printing (which is also known as Direct To Garment, or DTG).
At Ramp, we use screen printing to print your t-shirts. Why? Well, we think it’s the best, most tried and tested method. But let’s look at DTG too.
What’s the difference?
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Screen printing (or as it’s sometimes known, silk screen printing) is how we print your t-shirts here at Ramp.
So why do we use screen printing, and what is it?
Silkscreen printing gives you the best, sharpest results when your artwork is transferred onto cotton. Let’s take a look at the process.
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So, you’ve been tasked with organising the t-shirts.
Team t-shirts might be needed for a charity fun run, a team-building away-day, or for a conference. Or you might have come up with a great idea for a cheeky slogan that you think people might buy from you in their thousands, or you might be a band on tour.
Now you have to do the hard part. Firstly, you’ll need to contact printers to get a quote. This can be a time consuming process itself, and I’ll address this in a later post — it’s why we’ve built the fastest, smartest t-shirt ordering website in the world. But one of the main questions you’ll definitely be asked, and often the most difficult to answer is