In photo copying there are no real start-up costs and each printed piece costs about the same, no matter how many are printed. In offset printing, there are start-up costs for film and plate preparation and preparing the press with ink, but the printed piece keeps getting less expensive the more you produce. As a rule of thumb at about 1,000 copies, the cost of offset printing starts going down while the cost of photo copying stays the same.
Duplication Station offers digital color printing ranging from 8.5 x 11 inches to 12 x 18 inches. We also offer full color poster/banner printing up to 42 inches wide.
Black and white printing
Duplication station offers black and white digital printing on sheets up to 11 x 17 inches.
The average cost of a document printed to a desktop printer is 5 to 7 cents per page. Duplication Station's average cost is 4 cents for paper originals and 3.5 cents for digital originals.
You may drop off your print job at the Duplication Station in the Morrison Hall basement, Room 011.
You save money by submitting your print job via the Duplication Station digital storefront.
You can save files and jobs to reorder in the future. You can also follow the progress of your print job on the digital storefront site.
For typesetting assistance, you may contact Amy Easum, director of the Creative Services division with Strategic Communications. Reach her at 316-978-7285 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
If your print job is going to be mailed off-campus without an envelope, you will need to get your design approved by the Post Office for mailing. There are federal requirements for placement of addresses and indicia. Additionally, there are paper color and weight restrictions that should be approved as well.
Yes. Duplication Station can print on:
- Carbonless paper - two, three or four-part
- Perforated paper
Duplication Station offers a full-service bindery that offers a variety of finishing services. View a comprehensive list of Duplication Station's bindery services.