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Color Graphics Printing Services

The color work that we deliver says a lot about us but it says even more about our clients. That’s why we consult with you to make certain that we understand how you are using the prints and discuss your concerns to ultimately provide you a product that is the quality you need, in the time that you need it.

Laser Color Copies

We have a number of different types of stock including typical color copy weight, a 100% recycled product, cover weight, glossy stock, transparency, vellum and clear film. We run all of the latest versions of the leading page layout, paint and draw programs. Output sizes range from 8.5” x 11” to 12” x 18” which allows us to provide a full bleed 11” x 17” print.

Large-Format Digital Color Output

Once the variety of wide-format printing stocks was very limited, now your options are truly limitless. We offer a wide variety of media to address your specific need including presentation bond, photographic, canvas, backlit film and more. Our staff has produced a wide variety of output for a wide spectrum of uses including posters, signage, banners, packaging prototypes, point of purchase, exhibits, displays, and even fine art. We also offer a full range of mounting and laminating options.

Small Format Color Graphics and Digital Technology

Our digital printers offer high quality printing on a wide variety of media including 100% FSC Certified recycled product, cover weight, glossy, transparency, vellum and clear film. We run all of the latest versions of the leading page layout, paint and draw programs. Output sizes range from 2″ x 2″ to 12″ x 18″ which allows us to provide a full bleed 11″ x 17″ print.

Finishing and Bindery

We offer a wide range of bindery and finishing options for your projects including saddle stitching, wire-o, comb binding, coil binding, padding, trimming, and scoring

FAQ

What should the resolution for my image or graphic be?

Resolution should be set at 300 dpi. Image quality is very important in how graphics will reproduce. FYI, Graphics pulled from the internet tend to be 72 dpi and reproduce very poorly. Avoid using those graphics because they will look pixelated when printed. Read More

Do you prefer RGB or CMYK?

If possible, save all graphics in CMYK mode.  RGB do not typically print as true to color as CMYK.... Read More

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