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What WP&B Customers Have To Say…

Not only did they spend time to go through all of their capabilities and provide me with samples, they have provided excellent customer service on mesh banner and acrylic printing. Thanks guys!

By Erika Bartlett


WBP was a stellar partner from project launch all the way through to installation. They were methodical in working with our designers to ensure that we had the best possible outcome for our client. The proof is in the final install. We have been getting rave reviews on our design and we owe credit to WBP for their precision, quality and high standards. Can’t wait to work with them again in the future.

By Jennifer Bryan - Think Joule


Working with Willamette Blueprint was incredibly successful when it came to printing the labels for our food packaging. David Guzman was a great contact and always got back to us very quickly. They worked with our designs and reformulated what they could in order to reduce the overall price! We couldn't be happier and will continue to use Willamette Blueprint for all of our label needs.

By Hallie Tobias - Nibs and Greens


Willamette Print & Blueprint consistently provides quality materials and service. They also recently helped facilitate the installation of a new display system for our office, which allowed us meet our move-in project’s tight timeframe. WPB is our go to resource for all of our printing needs.

By Melissa Crosman - Interface Engineering


I wanted to thank you all for your help and support, completing our first project together! The glass you printed, provides a semitransparent background in a two sided lobby donor recognition display and the background ensures readability of the donor names that overlay each side of the display. The printed landscape image provide a soft, somewhat ethereal effect - exactly what our Client wanted! We’re all very happy with the outcome and could not have realized this work without your help! My Thanks!

By Morgan Griffin - Presentation Design Group

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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