Many garment decorators sell third party decorated items (advertising specialty/premium items). This system would would great for that, if there was an option in the price table to add a setup charge. So the price table would be exactly what you all ready have, except there would be an option for a setup charge added to it, and their should be an option for the setup charge to be itemized as a separate item (much like screen fees are), and an option for it to be built into the displayed per piece price.
An example of this is I just added Koozies, which are printed for us by a company that specializes in them. the retail price for 100 (min order) is $1 each plus a $45 setup charge. this company doesn't require bundle purchases. If I set up the pricing at $1.45 per coozie, and they order 150, then we are overcharging and possibly losing the order due to that, by $22.50. I can do a shit ton of math and use all 30 price brackets that DecoNetwork provides, and get the price a little closer, but obviously there are far more than 30 possible quantities that the customer may order.
I have also ran into the same issue with almost all of the products that we sell, even many of those that we produce in-house.
I have been told by a third party that Deconetwork doesn't really want to encourage people to sell items other than apparel, but you are 99% the way to being a good system for selling other items in addition to apparel. You could vastly expand your market base just by adding a few features like the setup charge feature.
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