What are the HEX codes of Apparel?
HEX Codes are a hexadecimal method of representing a colour in RGB format by combining three values - the quantities of red, green, and blue in a certain shade of colour.
They can be useful to understand the colour of a product on the screen, helping you design the product or creating mockups externally. You can refer to the HEX codes of Printrove's apparel products below.
The above HEX codes are the closest match of our product colours. The real product may have slight variations since updating the HEX code is a manual process and the colour may look different on the screen compared to the actual product.
What are the HSN Codes and GST Rates?
HSN Codes and the GST Rate both play a significant part in the accounting side of the business. Here is a quick over-view of the same. What is a HSN Code? Harmonized System of Nomenclature (HSN) is a system that was created for the purpose of ...
Size guide for Apparel Products
Apparel products can have different sizing depending on the brand. Thus, to help you pick out the right size for your customers, we suggest referring to the size charts below for all available apparel products at Printrove. Men's Clothing Men's Round ...
How to prepare design files for apparel products?
To achieve an optimum print output for your designed products, we suggest following the guidelines and requirements mentioned below. Design File Requirements File Format We accept both PNG and JPEG formats for designs. Resolution The design file ...
How do I place bulk orders with Printrove?
To place bulk orders with Printrove, simply fill out the bulk order form here. Our Sales Champs will connect with you within 48 hours with a custom quote and guide you through the process. Printing Technique Product MOQ (in units) Screen Printing All ...
How do we calculate the pricing of an apparel product?
We calculate the price of an apparel product using four basic components. Base Price The base price is the product price of a plain garment. Printing Charges Printing charges are calculated depending on the area your design file occupies. Currently, ...