Digital Printing | Color Copies, Carbonless Forms, Flyers, Books Printing

If you are running a promotion at your small business, or would simply like to show some documents images to some friends and family, then you are likely going to need to get some color copies done. You can either go to a copy shop or you can do it on your own.

Digital Color Copies  Minnesota

If you foresee yourself having to several color copies over a long period of time, then it may be better for you to get your own copy machine. This can be the more economical choice of the long run, as you will not have to spend money to drive to the copy shop, and then pay a premium per page on each one that you want copied. Purchasing your own copy machine can make copying documents and pictures a snap, and you will not break your budget doing it.

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Someone once said life is a series of compromises, but you don’t need to sacrifice on quality color printing to stay within your budget. Cheap color copies don’t have to look cheap. New technology has brought the cost of color printing down a lot in the last decade or so. All of our copies are printed directly from your PDF file, so every sheet is an original. You won’t get the washed-out amateur look of making copies of copies on an outdated photocopier. We use flagship models of digital printers and finishing equipment from our suppliers to ensure you always get gorgeous, professional-grade print products that represent us as much as it represents you.

Available Print Shop Products:

  • Banners

  • Big Color Posters

  • Black & White Copies

  • Booklets

  • Brochures

  • Business Cards

  • Calendars

  • Carbonless Forms

  • Color Copies

  • Custom Printing

  • Door Hangers

  • Envelopes

  • Flyers

  • Holiday Cards

  • Index Tabs

  • Labels

  • Letterhead

  • Memo and Notepads

  • Newsletters

  • Pads

  • Pocket Folders

  • Postcards

  • Programs

  • Rack Cards

  • Reports

  • Carbonless Forms

  • Sell Sheets

  • Table Tents

Commercial Printing - The 10 Responsibilities of a Printing Client

 

Magazine Printing


Purchasing your own machine to make color copies can be pricey initially. While you can get individual copy machines, which come in a wide variety of qualities, you can also get multifunctional printer copiers which will also allow you to do the same things and more. These types of printers allow you to scan and immediately prints off what you have scanned. They also allow you to upload to the computer and save what you have scanned to it. If you do not yet have a printer, then this might be a better choice for you.

Commercial Printing - The 10 Responsibilities of a Printing Client

 

Magazine Printing

 

However, you may not need any computer hardware for long-term copying needs.

First, Congratulations! You are getting married! You want to invite your family and friends to share this important day with you. How do you decide on what size invitation you should use. If you make your wedding invitations, what size should they be?Don't get caught in thinking your invitations have to be any particular size. It can be almost any size. The most important thing is that you have a nice, neat and informative invitation. If you ever looked at the wedding catalogs you will see they come in all sizes.I have made invitations that would fit in a #10 business envelope. They certainly didn't look like a business piece when they were done. You can use almost any size. A lot of wedding announcements will be made to fit in an A7 envelope. This means they are approximately 5 x 7 inches when folded. Then the RSVP would be fit an A2 envelope size which is 4 1/8 inches by 5 1/2 inches when folded. Your reception card will usually be the same size as the RSVP but no envelope for it. If you want to save money try calling your local print shop and see if they have envelopes available. Most of the time you will want a white or off white, eru or ivory color. These are neutral so you can use any ink color for your theme. Then when you have your envelopes get card stock cut to work for that size.Another inexpensive idea is to go to the craft stores and purchase packages of blank cards and matching envelopes. Today it really isn't necessary to have double envelopes. A lot of invitations are going away from this tradition.Buying the invitation kits can be a great help also. They have the extras already done so you wont' have to embellish them. You may find that the kits are being used a lot. If they won't fit in your plan for a fun theme, thinking about starting from scratch. It really isn't that difficult. There is no real size that you should conform to for an invitation. You can make your wedding invitations what ever size you like. Keep in mind that the larger you go the more postage you may have to pay.You may even want to make your wedding invitations as a single seal and send. These do not require an envelope. So you can see you have many options available to you. The main thing is to have a nice affordable invitation that you will be proud to send. So whether you make your wedding invitations or not, know you have options.

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