Tough and durable, these printed full color plastic cups are built with 18-20 mil thick polypropylene that will not shatter or crack like lesser plastic cups, and they can be used over and over again. Great for parties, graduations, reunions, festivals and more.
Your image deserves the best treatment. We don’t use cheap online design tools. Our talented team of in-house graphic designers will make sure your logo or design will look fantastic on our custom printed products.
If you continue to place your order, you will receive a proof to approve before your order gets printed. We will continue to send you proofs until you are completely satisfied and excited with your design! If at any point in the proofing process you are not satisfied with your artwork or our design service you can choose to cancel and we will refund your order in full.
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Higher quantities of this product are available. Please call for pricing and details.
These unique plastic cups are made of durable yet flexible plastic which allows them to be printed in full color on flat sheets and then shaped into a cup. While more durable and reusable than disposable soft-sided cups, these cups do not have the bulkiness of molded stadium cups. Flat plastic sheets are printed on a Heidelberg® and KBA UV lithographic printing presses at over 300lpi (second order stochastic screening) for a print quality that far surpasses old style cup imprinting methods. Flat printed plastic sheets are die-cut to the characteristic "fan-shape" sidewall form needed to manufacture the cup. Using our custom engineered cup machinery, the flat printed and die-cut sheet is wrapped into the basic cup shape, the bottom is placed and sealed, and the top lip formed - all this at speeds over 140 cups per minute.
Top rack dishwasher safe, but we recommend hand washing to extend product life. Exact color match is not guaranteed. Not intended for hot drinks or microwave use.
Lids and plastic straws are sold only in FULL cartons of 1000.
Most drinkware is measured as filled to the brim. Stated ounces are intended to show approximate volume of drinkware, and are not an implied guarantee of exact volume.