Printing & Copying Services
Copies are often referred to as black and white digital printing. Most offices do their own copying, but if you have a copy job that exceeds the limitations of your in-house copier we can help.
• Clean, crisp images (including halftone photos)
• High speed – fast turnaround
• Stapled booklets
• Spiral bound presentations with clear front covers
• Binders and Tabs
Our commercial, high-speed copier provides high-quality images at a surprisingly low cost. We have the capability to produce big copy jobs very quickly.
The demand for full-color printing is exploding! Studies have repeatedly shown that full-color printed materials are more "influential" and promote higher response rates than two-color or black-and-white materials. This holds true whether those print pieces are used for sales, marketing, or educational purposes.
Digital printing gives you the flexibility of producing full color in smaller amounts than you would have to produce on an offset printing press. It is great for documents where data are constantly changing. While the per-piece price is higher than offset printing, you can order just the amount you need at the time and don't have to store or throw away outdated material.
Our Xerox Versant color digital equipment produces the most beautiful and brilliant colors in the industry! Wanna see for yourself? Just give us a call, we'd be delighted to send you some samples.
The demand for full-color printing is exploding, and why not? Studies have repeatedly shown that full-color printed materials are more "influential" and promote higher response rates than two-color or black-and-white materials. This holds true whether those print pieces are used for sales, marketing, or educational purposes. Adding color will cost more, but it serves a useful purpose. If you're considering moving up to full-color printing, give us a call. We're experts at color printing and look forward to putting our knowledge to work for you.
Spot printing provides depth to your project by adding one or two additional colors in key locations on the page. Spot colors can be added to any standard one, two, or four-color project. They're great for overprinting logos, company colors, and other key elements that require exceptional color accuracy.
Two-color printing uses two colors of ink (most often black and a second color) to create a dramatic contrast for a variety of printing needs. Less expensive than full-color printing, two-color printing is often used for business cards, flyers, brochures, letterhead, stationery, envelopes, and other similar office or business documents, to produce an eye-catching image at a competitive price.
Studies show that two-color printing is more effective at attracting attention than its one-color counterpart. We have hundreds of ink colors to choose from and can even create a custom-mix for you.