Screenprinting is an inexpensive method of applying ink on a t-shirt, sweatshirt or any other garment. We can print your design or logo using up to 6 colors. Some examples can be seen in our screenprinted garment gallery.
Embroidery is a design that is actually sewn directly to the garment. It can be lettering or logo, or a combination of both.
Tackle Twill is most commonly seen on school letterman jackets. Larger "TWILL" material letters are available in many sizes and styles. They are sewn on, usually with a zig-zag stitch. Larger areas of jacket backs are usually done with tackle twill.
Digitizing is the process of programming an image into a stitch file for embroidery. Any image, design or logo can be downloaded into our digitizing software program and converted into a file that will tell our embroidery machines how to sew the design onto the garment. The sew file tells the embroidery machine what size the logo will be, where to put specific colors and many other technical aspects that make for a clean-cut finished embroidery.
The Embroidery file is an electronic file format used to direct our embroidery machines. Our software is up-to-date and top of the ine. We can handle specific files and extensions to accomodate all platforms! Examples of a file extension fo embroidering is as follows: .pxf, .emb and .dst
Vector art is created using vector illustration software programs, such as Adobe Illustrator or Corel Draw. These programs use mathematic equations and geometric primitives (points, lines, and shapes) to create art that is clean, camera ready, and can be scaled continuously, without any loss of quality. An example of a vector file is as follows: .ai, .cdr and .eps
In computer graphics, a raster graphics or bitmap image is a dot matrix data structure that represents a generally rectangular grid of pixels (points of color), viewable via a monitor, paper, or other display medium. Raster images are stored in image files with varying formats.
By email. Artwork can be submitted in many formats including CorelDraw, Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop and Macromedia Fireworks formats. These file will have one of the following extensions: .cdr .ai .png .psd .eps .jpg .pdf. To better assist your designs, .ai is preferred. You must have pictures of a resonable resolution (100 dpi or more, 300 dpi recommended) and size for the application you would like. Please contact Laura in our art department for assistance at email@example.com
Yes! We provide CUSTOM online store services for those who are looking to expand their own sales such as a school, organization, club, etc. Go to our Custom Online Stores tab for more information.
Yes, we provide the option to have your order shipped. When filling out a form and/or completing an order, provide an address for us to ship. Please contact us for more details at 570-714-3617.
Of course! Here at Sharper Embroidery & Screen Printing, we offer a delivery service with the local area. One of our team members will box your order and deliver the apparel! Please contact us for more details at 570-714-3617.
Along with our experienced and talented crew includes our creative Graphic Designer, Laura. She is on-site and ready to design for you! Not only does she help perfect the designs for our customers - she also provides custom design work for those who need help getting their idea from pencil to paper. Email Karen personally for more information at firstname.lastname@example.org
Our order form is residing in it's own tab. Here you can fill out the proper information for us to better understand your order details. If you don't have time to fill the order form out, you can also call us at the shop! at 570-714-3617.
Always! Sharper Embroidery & Screen Printing is always hiring to expand their crew. The positions we have in-house are:
Apply (Careers tab) to fill out an application or call Mike Harper at 570-714-3617