Merchfits provides the best quality product for some of the best prices in the industry. If you're ready to place an order with us here are some things you will need to have ready!
✓ Design Files*
✓ Brand of Shirt
✓ Quantity of Shirts per size(s)
✓ Number of colors per design(s)
✓ Number of placements per design(s)
✓ Date of delivery for the order
✓ Shipping Address
✓ Payment information
If you have all of this information ready and you are all set to place an order, feel free to give us a call or send us an email to get started with your order!
We accept payments via www.paypal.com and as well as credit card or a check/debit card. AMEX / VISA / MasterCard
You can also send a mock-up of your design on a t-shirt image to show placement and size. It is also good to tell us how large you want your file printed on the garment in inches. If you do not provide us with this information we will use our best judgement based on the mocks provided. You can download our t-shirt mock up files below.
>T-SHIRT FRONT TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD LINK< (Photoshop .PSD)
>T-SHIRT BACK TEMPLATE DOWNLOAD LINK< (Photoshop .PSD)
If you do not know how to create these types of files, Let us know and we'll be happy to assist you with your T-Shirt Mockup. If you need custom artwork created for you, take a look at the graphic design firms below.
Accepted File Types:
PhotoShop ( .PSD / .PDF / .TIFF)
Illustrator ( .AI / .EPS / .PDF)
CorelDRAW ( .CDR / .EPS )
All artwork supplied must be submitted in either High Resolution (300 dpi) raster images (.psd / .tiff ) at the actual print size or a Vector (.eps or .ai) file where all text is converted to curves (Corel Draw) or to Compound Paths (Adobe Illustrator). Images taken off the internet are mostly low resolution 72dpi images and WILL NOT make a decent t-shirt graphic. However, we do offer Vectorization of drawlings and other low resoultion images. There is a fee for the service. Once you submit your graphic, our art team to look it over and estimate the fee. Once approved, it usally takes up to 24 hours for the file to be redrawn.
What is RASTER? What is VECTOR? CLICK HERE!