One of the oldest decorating processes, screen printing can cost more on the front end because of the preparation involved. In screen printing, an image is reproduced by separating the design into a series of individual colors. The number of colors affects the printing cost because each color needs to be “exposed” onto a screen, and then each screen needs to be set up on a press and aligned so that all the colors register properly. If your shirt quantity is small and you want to print a three- or four-color design, this method is not as cost effective as some of the other processes. However, as your quantity increases, the setup costs become less of a hindrance, because once it’s set up you can print as many shirts as needed.
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