My Interest Is That I Only Want To Print A Couple Of Shirts. What Are My Options?

There is no minimum order! There are two options available.  Choose from Direct to Garment or Direct to Film.  Both of these will take care of printing in full color and white ink.  We suggest Direct to Film if you are bringing in your own shirts, since we haven't found a fabric where it doesn't work well.  More good news . . . no set-up charge.

Can I Really Design My Own University of Arizona Shirt, Sounds Difficult.  How Do I Go About It?

First let me assure you that everything is legal and will be approved by the University before fabrication.  Everything can be done on line.  You find many of the logos right on the web and ready to use.  Then add your name, other graphics and have over 800 fonts available.  You pick the color.  Your pick the color, and you pick the type style. We take care of having everything approved by the University.  And what a great gift, and what a great way for everyone in the family to support the Wildcats.  Direct to Color or Direct to Film technologies will be used and your shirts will be ready in 1-3 business days.

What If Have My Own Shirts That I Want To Decorate?

We have you covered.  Direct to Film is a technology that utilizes digital imaging technology.  We can print out full color hi-resolution graphics for you that you can apply yourself.  Yes, you should have a skill level to do this and yes we recommend that you let us take care of it for you.  By the way there are resellers and screen printer that purchase 1000's of images from us.  We're known for our quality, inexpensive prices, and fast delivery.

Who Is Graphic Impact And What Can You Tell Me About Your Company?

We are a local, family business founded in 1989.  Almost all our products are manufactured in house.  We make it a point to do as much business locally has possible and you see our products everywhere.  Most of the larger companies in town are our customers.  Companies  (and friends) are folks like the University of Arizona Athletics Department, Banner Health, TMC,  Raytheon and Pima County.  But don't let that fool you.  We also have over 20,000 smaller customers and they love us. A lot of people think we can do anything, but we're very careful about telling our customers that.

What Are Your Feelings About Taking Care Of The Environment?

We're pretty serious about it!  Most of our equipment runs on solar.  We don't believe that organic solvents used be used in any industrial environment.  And that sustainability is something that we believe in.  It's one of the reasons that we try to keep screen printing to a minimum.

There Are Hundreds Of Shirts We Have To Have Printed.  There Are Only a Couple of Color And Price Is a Major Factor!

Screen Printing is the answer in this case. There are set-up cost and deliveries are a little longer.  But with larger quantities there probably will be a cost savings.  We can do a thorough analysis and recommend the best way to proceed with the project.

Should I Invest In Large Inventories So I will Always Have Product On-Hand?

Maybe, not such a good idea knowing that you can get as many as needed in 1-3 business days.  Here's another idea, Graphic Impact has designed and manged site for our customers. We handle deliveries, billing and much more.  If this sound like something that makes sense for you, give us a call.

How Do I Find You?

We are located at 5440 East Speedway on the South side of the street and just West of  Craycroft. There is a Whataburger just to the West of us.

Do You Have Local Management?

That's for sure!  We are a Tucson, locally founded family business.  Although the founder of our company, Howard W. Volin has a very broad, executive, marketing background.  He wanted to be sure to put employees, customers and the latest technology first.

Where Can I See Examples Of Your Work?

We have a showroom where we would be happy to show you examples.  Even more important, as Southern Arizona's largest in-house manufacturer, you will see examples  all over town from the smallest name tags to the largest building and monument signs.  Just ask!