A Guide to Understanding Minimums

2019-02-11T15:33:24+00:00

Alright, let’s talk minimums.  Minimum is the smallest number of items we will produce per design.

The other term that you’ll need to be familiar with is set-up.  Set-up defines the conditions that go into getting the project ready for production.  For example, this may include making stencils, mixing inks for screen-printing, digitizing art and/or choosing thread colors for embroidery.

Because every project is unique, we can be flexible in certain situations.  Give us a CALL or EMAIL to inquire.

Below are our general minimums, keep in mind these are per design.

Department/ServiceMinimum UnitsDescriptions
Screen-Printing50 unitsThis includes the fixed dimensions, print location, print colors and garment color and material. Garment size isn't a factor.
Embroidery30 unitsThis includes the fixed dimensions, embroidery location, embroidery colors and garment material. Garment size isn't a factor.
Embroidered Patches100 unitsThis includes the fixed size and color.
Woven Labels200 unitsThis includes the fixed size and color.
Tees Printed Size Tags 100 unitsThis is total units with no less than 10 units per size.
Fleece Printed Size Tags 100 unitsThis is total units with no less than 10 units per size.
Poly Bagging 100 unitsTees and Fleece can be combined. Size is not a factor.
Customer provided garments 100 unitsIn some cases, we'll accept customer provided garments at 100 units.