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.

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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 You won’t get the washed-out amateur look of making copies of copies on an outdated photocopier.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

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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.

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

What exactly must a client do to ensure the print file is processed accurately? Well, here are some suggestions on how you can go about it. Remember these pointers and ideas so you can very well know what to expect and do the next time around.1. The client must bear in mind that the file needs to meet the minimum requirements imposed by the printing company. This includes that the file have sufficient bleeds, that is in CMYK, and that the resolution be at least 300 dpi for images and 400 dpi for fonts.2. The files should come complete with the original images used, also in CMYK and that the fonts are to be embedded in the file. The fonts should also be sent in, especially if these are not as common as the Arial or Times New Roman font.3. It is useful to have the files you will be sending in Zip file. However, it is much better if they are to be in a PDF format as well. 4. You should always include details on your printing project and never assume that a printer already knows everything about your file, unless it is a repeat order. Custom print jobs require a much detailed account too of your designs.5. It is safer to inquire about the final printing cost of your project. Printing quotes are approximations but may change if you have acquired added services or put in last minute changes. Ask whether your printing cost involves sales tax, handling fees, and the like.6. If you don't know much about custom printing, demand to know how the printing company is going to shape your design. What are the processes or risks involved? Know too when or how long your custom printing will project last or be finished.7. Open up your communication lines. Regularly check your mail and voice mail box. Printing companies will inform you of updates on your printing transactions, will involves if your printing quotes are available or if your proofs have been sent are awaiting approval.8. Always check you proofs. Read everything and scrutinize every detail. If you approve it without correcting your own typographical errors, you end up losing the chance to a flawless print job.9. It also doesn't help to check the status of your print job. Using the job management portal or if the printing company you chose doesn't have one, call them up. Ask at which stage your file is going through, if it has been ganged, printed, or undergoing cutting and others. This allows you to see if it'll be shipped on time, among others.10. Always consider the printing expert's advice. If the file resolution is too low, you can jeopardize running a blurry print. If the thickness of the line to be embossed is less than 1pt, it may not be as effective and could ruin the print. Weigh in what the professionals are telling you instead of stubbornly saying that things must be done your way. You can literally forget about your printing project if and when the file you have submitted is well-prepared and required no changes. All you need to do is approve the proof and wait for it to be sent your way.However, checking on the status of your print job tells the commercial printing company that you expect nothing less. Besides, it is normal to do this especially if you have told them beforehand that you are running after a deadline, especially if it is a rush order print job.Make sure you get what you need. Print with a reliable commercial printing company and you're sure to enjoy the rewards of a fruitful partnership.

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