What is your minimum?
MAYB | TMRW currently requires a minimum of 24/pcs to place an order.
There is a 3 color print max on orders under 50/pcs.
What are your set-up fee's?
A.K.A. Screen Fee's. All of our set-up charges have been formulated into our pricing structure and are only charged separately in special cases. This keeps our quoting & invoicing language clear & simple with no surprises.
Standard Screens = $35.00 per screen (12"w x 14"h max print size).
Oversized Screens = $40.00 per screen (16"w x 22"h max print size).
Ink Changes = $10 per change.
What are your price breaks?
Our Price Breaks are as follows //
024 - 049 | 050 - 099 | 100 - 249 | 250 - 499 | 500+
*The more you order the better the price.
How & when do I pay for my order?
Once contacted we will send all quotes & invoices securely via Intuit Quickbooks®.
All orders are required to be Paid in Full upon order to begin production.
MAYB | TMRW Accepts Cash, Check, Credit Card, and ACH/Bank Transfers.
• We do not charge Credit Card Processing Fee's.
• We kindly ask orders over the amount of $5,000.00 are paid via Check or ACH/Bank Transfer.
• Returned checks will be charged a $35.00 fee.
*Production will begin upon cleared payment.
How long will my order take?
Our standard in-house turnaround time is 7-10 business days + shipping time *depending on the complexity of the order. The turnaround time begins once the order has been paid for and all artwork/information to complete the order has been received & approved by MAYB | TMRW.
Orders with additional services i.e. printed tagging, sewn labeling, folding + poly bag, etc... will require additional time that will be listed on your most up-to-date quote and/or invoice.
If you have a deadline for your order, you must let us know upon placing the order as a Rush Fee may apply to meet your target date. MAYB | TMRW will not be held responsible for any delays out of our control such as shipping exceptions or weather delays.
*We always recommend setting your "in-hand" date 1-2 days prior to your actual date.
I only need 48 shirts... should I order 50 for better pricing?
We have narrowed our market down to 2 types of clients to help answer this common question.
Retail Clients who typically purchase custom printed products for resale.
• For your retailers & brands, we always recommend rounding up to the nearest/higher price bracket to receive a lower cost per/pc to increase your profit margin per sale.
Business, Event, & Staffing Clients who typically purchase custom printed products to outfit their crew/event staff while staying within a particular budget. *These clients are typically more concerned with the bottom dollar as opposed to per/pc cost.
• In this case it's a matter of getting what is needed within budget. However, we highly recommend ordering 3-5% extra in each size to account for manufacture defects (read more here about why we recommend ordering extra).
*The amount of reorders we receive for the same run of 25 pieces is amazing... Ordering 50 pieces (if possible) will receive the same amount of product (in the long run) for much better per piece pricing.
Can I mix & match shirt and/or print colors?
We require a minimum of 12 of each shirt or printed design color.
For each time we need to change the ink color an additional fee of $10.00 per color change will apply. *Be aware of the shirt color vs. design color.
Can I mix & match products with the same design?
Sure, however, this doesn't always work in the favor of receiving better pricing based off of the total quantity.
- The same design printed on 25 t-shirts & 25 long sleeve t-shirts would receive 50-99 piece pricing.
- The same design printed on 25 t-shirts & 25 tote bags will be priced as two separate 25 piece orders. This is due to the different settings on the equipment required to print the tote bags.
Can you print high detail artwork?
Of course, but there are some factors to take into consideration to achieve the highest quality/detail print such as: product to be printed, brand, fabric, color of the product vs. the colors in the design, ink to be used, etc...
Printing a white plastisol ink on an economical 50/50 Gildan 5000 t-shirt will not have the same quality results as printing on a more expensive 100% jersey cotton American Apparel 2001 t-shirt.
Products that do not work well with high detail printing:
- Mesh Jerseys/Shorts
- Ribbed Tank Tops
- Burnout Tee's
- Pique Polo's
Can you print over a seam, zipper, or pocket?
To achieve the best printing results it requires a flat surface between the screen (that holds your design to be printed) and the platen (the surface your garment/product is mounted on) to achieve a perfect print every time. Printing over a seam, zipper, or pocket, creates an interruption of the flat surface resulting in inconsistencies such as blotches of ink build up or gaps in the printed design.
Why is there a faint block around the printed design?
This ghost block is sometimes left behind by the pressure of the squeegee moving across the screen when depositing the ink to the substrate. If it doesn't brush away immediately by hand it will surely disappear upon the first wash.
The inside of my shirt is tacky... what is this?
This should break down and disappear after washing.
During the screen printing process, the product to be printed needs to stay fixed onto a flat surface. To do this we use a light spray adhesive on our platens (a.k.a. pallet / shirt board) to assure the shirts do not stick to the back of the screen when printing. Due to the fuzz of the fleece in sweatshirts we use a more aggressive adhesive that can sometimes leave behind a bit more residue on the inside of the shirts.