What kind of things do you print?
Our specialty is printing on paper, but we do much more than that. If you can think of it, we can get it done. There are instances where we rely on a little help from our friends, with the goal of offering you a better deal. We always have the customer’s best interest in mind. If we can’t print your job, we’ll tell you who can.
How is offset printing different from digital printing?
Offset printing uses plates for each color separation. Ink transfers from rollers to the plate, then to the paper. The image is built up in layers from each plate printing its image on the paper. Digital printing does not use plates and typically prints all colors at once, depending on the process.
What kind of paper do you print on?
We use a variety of papers. We examine each job to see what kind of paper it would look best on. From white to colored, smooth to textured, simple to extravagant, there is something for all occasions. We have numerous paper swatch books we can utilize to find the right match for your job. Stop in and check out some of our choices.
Can I design something and have you print it?
You certainly can! If you’re planning on designing something that you’d like us to print, make sure you refer to our “Tips for Print” page. There are some informative guidelines there that you might find beneficial to review. Being better prepared from the beginning will make your experience a smoother one!
What types of files do you accept?
We run both Mac and PC computers and can accept files from these programs: InDesign® / Illustrator® / Photoshop® / Quark ® / Corel® / Pagemaker ® / PDF® / Publisher® / Word® / Word Perfect ®
How long does it take have my print job completed?
It really depends on the specifics of the job. In some cases, we’re able to have a job finished within a day or two. Larger, more complex print jobs can take a week or more of production time. Production time is also affected by how much bindery is needed (i.e. folding, perforating, scoring, numbering, die-cutting, etc.). If you have questions relating to a specific job, let us know and we’ll provide a quote and an estimate of production time involved.