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Screen printing t-shirts


Do you need custom screen printing for your company shirts, event, or advertising? Bender Apparel offers high quality screen printing and our graphic designers can create unique artwork to fit your needs. Customized screen printed t-shirts are perfect for making your staff a team and presenting a unique corporate image.

Why screen printing?

Custom screen printing is not only for small businesses or large corporations; schools, churches and even family reunions can benefit from screen printing.


Screen printed shirts also make affordable promotion and collectibles. Our customers range from walk-ins to large corporations with MINIMUMS STARTING AT 12 SHIRTS.

SCREEN PRINT PRICING is determined by a number of factors. Colors in your artwork, number of garments, and print locations are things that will determine your pricing. There are also multiple styles of screen printing each offering special characteristics. 

screen printing styles.

The most common style is basic spot color printing. Spot color printing is artwork divided by shapes and ranges from 1-8 colors. Vector artwork is the only criteria needed for spot color printing which can be supplied or created by our artists.


Process printing is a form of screen printing used to create detailed and/or photo-realistic art. In this style colors are blended to create a full color range.


Bender Apparel Screen printing
Spot Color

4 Color Spot Print. On this particular design we save the customer money by not printing black and using the shirt color as part of the design. Any other shirt colors they are charged for the black. 

Radio station t-shirts
Fast food restaurant t-shirts
Process Print

Process prints use 8+ colors. Due to its complexity the art process is generally longer.


Bender Apparel has artists ready to bring your idea to life. Vector artwork is necessary for most screen printing designs. Send in pictures, a sketch, or just explain your idea to our sales team and our team will do their best to create something you'll be pleased with.

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