Stellar Apparel is a SDVOSB Service Disabled Veteran Owned
EMBROIDERY DIGITIZING (SETUP) COSTS
Embroidery costs are based on four (4) factors
(1) Type of Garment
(2) Placement of the logo(s)
(3) The Number of Stitches
(4) The Total Number of Garments Embroidered
Digitizing is of Your Corporate or Racing Logo or Artwork can be achieved from even a JPG for you within 24Hrs!
Digitizing Charges to convert your logo to an embroidery file may vary between $50< Left Chest to $450<Full Back
Normal Charge is $10 per 1000 stitches for your one-time setup cost.
Digitizing Prices depend on the size and complexity of your design.
(For ex. a full shirt back might cost $450 -vs.- a small left chest logo might cost $50)
If you already have artwork on disk from another embroidery company in a standardized embroidery format (Tajima) we will not charge you a setup fee as long as the file is readable and useable.
The digitizing fee is a one-time fee.
• Stitch count is the number of stitches it takes to complete the run into the garment. (typically quoted in 1,000 stitch increments)
• A standard left chest design is between 6,000 - 10,000 stitches.
• Full Size Logos Embroidered on the back of a shirt can be as much as 60,000 stitches +
• Pricing varies depending on the stitch count as well as the number of garments.
• Our normal charge is $10 per 1000 stitches, with a max charge of $450
• Orders of more than 24 pieces or designs over 25,000 stitches, discounts may apply.
Upon request we will provide you with a disk that includes the embroidery file, so you can take it to any other embroiderer. We are confident however that you will want to stick with us, so we will keep your design on file forever.
We prefer to provide the blank garments for your custom decorated projects so that If one becomes damaged we can usually replace it at our cost. We also charge a handling fee for receiving blank goods which you provide, normally $1 per garment depending on the handling of the goods.
Certain unusual placements (i.e. the sides of a baseball cap) are more difficult to set up and may involve extra charges for digitizing.