Company Logos

Embroidery

Set Up Cost

A set up cost of $ 82.50 is charged to digitise your logo into a DST file (Digital Stitch File). This is the format required to embroider your logo.

If you already have a DST file of your logo in the correct style and colours, then a setup fee will not be charged and we can use the file if you email it to us. These files can be sent to sales@ritesafe.com.au

Note: If you require the same logo but larger for the back with a phone number, an extra new set up charge is required.

Embroidery Cost

Basic front Logo prices start from $ 6.05 per embroidered logo.

Back Logo will be confirmed on application – Basic back Logo’s start at $10.00 – All prices will be confirmed once we have reviewed your logo required.

Please Note **

Minimum Orders for Embroidery are 5 Garments per order.

Logo to be emailed must be a JPEG or a PDF format

Colour Changes required are for whole colours ONLY and will depend on how the originally colours were set up within your logo, or new sets up will apply. Contact us to discuss further.

All garments not supplied by Ritesafe must be New and Clean – No worn or second hand garments can be embroidered due to Health Regulations.

These prices are to help to determine a basic price for embroidery. As there is many variables in the process it is better to send us your logo to get a confirm price as
In some situations – Line Text and Small Logos may be different than prices quoted above

Sublimation Printing

So, what is sublimation? Well, simply put, sublimation is a process by which sublimation dyes are printed onto a transfer medium with a specially prepared inkjet printer. Thereafter, those dyes are then transferred from the medium to an object or garment under the heat and pressure delivered by a commercial heat press.

Sublimation only works on garments made of polyester, or on specialty objects made of polyester or given a polyester coating. When the heat and pressure are applied, the dye on the transfer medium sublimates, or becomes a gas, and is then absorbed into the polyester itself; the print is a part of the garment/coating. It doesn’t fade easily, wear, or have any texture or weight.

Sublimation only works on garments made of polyester, or on specialty objects made of polyester or given a polyester coating. When the heat and pressure are applied, the dye on the transfer medium sublimates, or becomes a gas, and is then absorbed into the polyester itself; the print is a part of the garment/coating. It doesn’t fade easily, wear, or have any texture or weight.

So, what does all of this mean to you, our customer? There are many benefits to the process:

  1. Full colour on small runs. Unlike screen printing, there is no need for separate screens, films, or a great deal of setup for sublimation. Though you may well need to have us refine your art, the process thereafter is straightforward, and on smaller orders may prove less expensive overall than screen printing.
  2. Less need for minimum orders. We are more likely to be able to accommodate a smaller order or re-order when you sublimate, due to the reduced amount of setup needed to print your item.
  3. Lighter hand. The nature of sublimation means that prints are never heavy or thick. The garment is unchanged by the process, save for the addition of your art.
  4. Durability. There is no cracking or peeling in a sublimated print, they last as long as the garment.

I know what you may be thinking, “There has to be a catch!” Well, the truth is, sublimation does have some restrictions, these are the things you have to watch out for:

Restrictions

  1. White/Light garments only. Sublimated colour blends with the colour on which they are printed, so the best result comes from printing on white garments.  Black and dark colours CANNOT be sublimated onto.
  2. Logo’s sublimated onto Hi Visibility orange or yellow will change the original colours of the logo’s as the Hi Visibility colour will absorb into the logo’s colours and change slightly.
  3. Polyester / Blends garments only. This process only works on polyester. Cotton garments and some blends cannot be sublimated.
  4. Higher price per piece in large runs. There comes a point when a large enough run of sublimation will become more expensive than traditional screen printing. That said, even if the blanks are slightly more expensive, for small runs, the reduced setup fees often make sublimation more economical for full-colour or photo-realistic designs.

Is sublimation for you? That depends on your job; when you weigh all the facts you can see that if you want a small number of full-colour printed garments, sublimation fits your needs perfectly. If you are a fan of light-feeling prints and performance fabrics, you may find that you prefer it to traditional printing methods.

Please contact us on 03 9770 8272 or send an email to sales@ritesafe.com.au to receive a quote or further information.

Some garments may not be suitable for sublimation – Please phone to discuss what options will suit

All garments not supplied by Ritesafe must be New and Clean – No worn or second hand garments can have sublimation work due to Health Regulations.

Screen Printing – Printed on to Garments

Logo’s to be screen printed are priced per garment qty and by how many colours are in your logo.

Colours printed onto a Dark or Black garment may be a 2 colour print as a white base may be needed first to make the colours true.

One Colour prints are more economical, for more than 3 colours please contact our customer service department to get a quote.

COLOUR/QTY

1-9
10-24
25-49
50-99
100-249
250-499

1 COLOUR

$7.70
$5.35
$4.30
$3.20
Price on Application
Price on Application

2 COLOUR

$9.05
$6.00
$4.95
$3.65

3 COLOURS

$10.35
$6.65
$5.65
$3.85

SET-UP COSTS:            $55.00 PER POSITION, PER COLOUR.

Repeat set-up charges apply  for jobs under 20 units.  $20.00 per colour.

PLEASE NOTE: Colourway Changes of fewer than 50 units incur a $10.00 fee.

Logo must be emailed in an EPS File (High Resolution File) or PDF.

Artwork Charges – any artwork that is not supplied in a usable format will need to be re-drawn at a cost of $50.00 per hour

All garments not supplied by Ritesafe must be New and Clean

No worn or second hand garments can be printed due to Health Regulations.

Transfers – Applied to Garments

Set Up Cost

On Application

Transfer Cost

On Application

Application to Garment

Heat Press Charge is an additional charge to apply transfer to each garment.

Please Note **

Minimum Orders for Transfers is 10 Transfers

Logo to be emailed must be a Hi res vector file or eps file  , if you do not have one available or your image is unsuitable we can have it redrawn for you and a proof supplied in a PDF format .

Redraw Charge is $55 per hour

Types of Transfers

There are many types of transfers available to enhance and promote your logo.

These can be Reflective, Basic and also Complex cut.

Please contact us on 03 9770 8272 or send an email to sales@ritesafe.com.au to receive a quote or further information.

Some garments may not be suitable for transfers – Please phone to discuss what options will suit.