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Small quantities and designs with lots of colours or gradients
Coloured and gradient designs
In most cases, screen printing will be the most budget friendly option. However, that can change depending on the circumstances. Many products have a predefined printing technique, for the ones that do not, there are a few things to look for to determine the price. The most significant factor in the final price is the amount of units ordered, the bigger the order, the lower the price! For screen printing, the price is also affected by the amount of colors in your design, getting more expensive with each extra color. We know, this is all very confusing, but we are here to help! That's why under the description of each products, you can find a price per unit depending on the amount of colors in your design and the number of products. If you still have questions, don't hesitate to contact us!
Direct to Garment (DTG) printing is generally one of the quickest printing techniques Camaloon offers. However, DTG is mostly recommended for smaller orders. Not to worry, whichever the printing technique or size of order, we guarantee a fast delivery! When checking out your order, you will be presented a few different delivery options, depending on the size of your order and the country of delivery. Select the option that best suits you, and we will guarantee that it arrives on time!
Digital forms of printing are less wasteful than other kinds of printing, Camaloon uses DTG as its digital printing. DTG requires less resources than other techniques, as the products simply go into a printer, thus creating less waste and being more environmentally friendly. Here at Camaloon we care about our carbon footprint, that is why we are always looking for ways to modernize our factory and making it more environmentally friendly!
All printing techniques Camaloon uses ensure high quality, the defining factor is simply what you are looking for. For laser engraving and debossing, this question is simple, since these techniques do not apply any color, there is no doubt that the color quality is guaranteed! The remaining techniques each have their advantage. Screen printing, for example, allows for Pantone matching, but it has a limit of colors per design. While DTG and sublimation printing are the right choice for complex designs or photographs, DTG for textile and sublimation printing for solid materials.