Frequently Asked Questions:
You have a weird company name.
That's not really a question is it?
How much does a shirt cost?
Details make a HUGE difference on this one.
The possible combinations of details are endless, and it all affects the final price.
What Payments do you accept?
When do I pay?
For custom orders, at least 50% is required upfront.
Local Delivery/Pickup: Remainder is due before or at time of delivery.
Shipments: 100% is due before shipment.
Allowances are made for large organizations such as schools that issue POs.
All orders ship from Oklahoma City.
Small orders usually go out via USPS. Larger orders usually ship via FedEx or UPS.
Being centrally located allows most shipments to reach anywhere in the continental US within a few days.
How long does it take?
Turnaround times depend on the specific project and current scheduling.
Basic T-shirt Orders - Usually 1-2 weeks
Small-Medium Button Orders - Usually 2-4 days
Everything Else - Request a quote
Screen Printing Questions
What is the minimum order?
For most items, it's 1 dozen pieces per ink color & print location
Can you do individual names and/or numbers?
Yup, but they're not screen printed.
For individual names and numbers, it's much more cost effective to use transfer material and heat press them onto the garments. It's the way most sports jerseys are customized.
All kinds of transfer materials are available these days. Everything from thin, super soft fashion films to the old-school heavy vinyl and flocks.
How large can you print?
Usually 12in x 12in. Depending on the design, it's sometimes possible to sneak it up to about 12.5in wide by 15in tall.
Some garments present their own odd limits. Ladies tees and tanks might be really narrow, hoodies have a limited vertical space between the collar and pocket, etc
Some larger sizes are possible on objects like posters, but anything over 12.5" x 18.5" has much higher setup costs.
What kind of art do I need to send?
Almost anything can be be used, but professional print-ready art is strongly preferred.
The best is properly prepared Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator files (.PSD or .AI).
Napkin scribbles and low quality images take a lot more labor to prepare for printing, and might even be completely unusable.
Can I provide my own shirts?
Most likely "No." Not all shirts are created equal, and more often than not customer-supplied shirts cause problems.
Crazed Lemming uses quality garments intended for the imprinting industry. Almost every possible style is available.
What is this "Setup Fee" and "Art Fee" business?
Whether the end result is 10 items or 1000 items, there's a lot of labor and supplies that go into a project before anything is printed.
The Full Process: