E L Tonkin
py7elt at bath.ac.uk
Wed May 9 15:06:59 UTC 2001
Okay, who's done t-shirt printing on a large scale before?
The prices I see for it are:
Adult standard weight tshirts:
For less than 12: 6.50UKP (65FF, about 20DM, about 10 Euros)
For over 500 copies: 3.00 (30FF, about 9DM, about 5 Euros
Nice heavyweight ones, add about 1UKP (10FF, 3DM, 1.5ish Euros) to the
cost. Long sleeved, about the same. Sweatshirts, poloshirts, hooded tops,
etc, also possible, as are baseball caps (6UKP per cap for under 12
copies, under 3UKP for over 300...)
(These prices are from www.carillion.uk.com)...
Possibly not the cheapest, and one wold have to add a bit for postage
within Europe. But you get the idea. Oh, and you have to pay initial setup
So to set up this theoretical tshirt printing, ladies and gentlemen, a few
things are required:
1) to get as many requests as possible since it gets cheap fast
2) to sort out payment (somehow)
3) to find initial capital to the tune of...
40 UKP setup + several hundred pounds capital in order to pay for the
printing + maybe 30 UKP for delivery. Any ideas where to get that?
We could have these printed for LinuxTag: I'm sure they'd sell.
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On Wed, 9 May 2001, Frederico Muñoz wrote:
> Bernhard Reiter wrote:
> > On Wed, May 09, 2001 at 02:35:40PM +0100, E L Tonkin wrote:
> >>>>> A very high quality Logo from Anja.... very nice indeed....
> >> I said it before; if you can't use it as a logo, but if it's a good image,
> >> use it for a tshirt print or whatever. Don't let high quality work go to
> >> waste ;-)
> > Actually this is a good idea!
> Here here; I understand the reasons to reject it as a logo, but
> honestly, I thing it's a ver well done design and would look
> very, very, *very* nice on a t-shirt.
> I would buy two, if anyone is already doinf the maths to have them done ;)
> Frederico Munoz
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