Each printing method has own way to calculate the price. The Lumise provide some options to enable that.
We have some options calculate as:
- Calculate price with Text, Clipart, Images, Upload
- Calculate price with one color
- Calculate price with the size of area design
- Price Fixed
The price of the product is calculated according to the following formula:
(price_base + attritbute_price + resource_price + printing_price )*quantity
Calculate price with Text, Clipart, Images, Upload
The above image is the printing price for the shirt. It is divided into intervals 0-5, 6-10, 11-15, 16-20. Each text, clipart, image … that the user adds to the design price will be added to the price of the product. Example: If you buy 1 t-shirts(it is in the range 0-5). Each time a user adds a text to the design, the price of the product will be added to $3.
Calculate price with color
This is a pricing formula based on the number of colors that customers have used in the design. You can edit and add arbitrary color numbers in admin. Just like the price is calculated by text, clipart … the prices are added according to the number of colors that your customers have used in the design.
Example when customer purchase two t-shirts (it is between 0-5) in the design of their use of two colors. The price will be added $1 for each product.
Calculate price with size
By default, Lumise displays sizes from A0 to A4. But you can completely edit it like the image below.
When you create “printing type” complete you have to go to the Product Base -> Details and select printing and size for the product. With each product with the selected size, the price will be added according to the created formula.
Calculate price fixed
This is the most commonly used printing method. It can be configured for your customers to get discounts when buying in bulk.
Example: The formula is like the picture above.
- 0-100: The additional price per product will be $4
- 101-200: The additional price per product will be $3
- 201-300: The additional price per product will be $ 2