FAQ 1)  is there a minimum quantity required ?
minimum order quantities will depend on the required print method. Digital printing does not have a minimum order while screen printing usually has a minimum order of 20 units. screen printing can be expensive on small print runs due to set-up charges.  The print price is directly related to the quantity at the time of order.

FAQ 2) which print method produces the best print quality ?
There are advantages and disadvantages for each application method.In general but not always, Digital printing is usually used for parties and promotions etc while Screen printing gives the most professional finish and usually used for merchandising. 

FAQ 3) Can a the print size be adjusted for different size shirts ?
Digital print allows for the adjustment of print size, so the design can be made smaller on kids shirts or larger on the bigger shirts.  Screen printing is a fixed width across all size Polo shirt. If a screen print is required across a large size range from kids to adults, several screens may be required.

FAQ 4) Which print method is most cost effective ?
Custom printed Polo shirts cost related to be quantity. Digital printing is the most cost effective t-shirt printing method on small print runs under 25 units.   However at about 50 units Screen printing can become cheaper than digital printing, depending of the number of colours in the design.  Screen printing offers a fixed print width, while digital printing allows for the adjustment of print size. In the current t shirt printing market digital printing is usually used for parties, promotions, while screen printing is usually used for large volume print runs, merchandising and resale items.    

FAQ 5) Which print method is the most durable ?
All Polo printing methods produce durable and long lasting prints, the durability of the print depends directly on the experience of the printer.

FAQ 6) Water types of ink are used in screen printing ?
Digital printing uses “waterbase” inks while Screen printing use both waterbase and “plastisol” inks.