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Hi-Res Scanning + Printing

They work hard to exceed customer expectations and requirements – it’s really true. They are the exception to the rule as far as service goes today.
-Bill Davis, Davis Gallery

Hi-Res Scanning

In our Fine Arts Department, we offer high-resolution scanning services for reproducing and archiving original documents, photographs, and other works of art. Our trained Fine Arts Team is experienced scanning for galleries, museums, private collections, and individual artists, and will handle your originals with the utmost care. 

Working with both digital files and original material, we scan a wide range of media such as art, photographic images, graphic design images, historical documents, and color line plots.  We can scan up to 1200 PPI in color or grayscale to capture as much detail as possible. Our rule of thumb: if it’s 2D, we’ll scan it for you!

Hi-Res Printing

Our specially trained Fine Arts Team guides each project using an inkjet printer equipped with archival inks and prints on a variety of materials including canvas and window film. Our semi-matte and gloss photo papers are light-fast up to 100 years, guaranteeing that your print will look amazing for at least a century.

We are known for our color-matching precision and quality control.  Our Color Team manages rigorous color-production standards by regularly calibrating our equipment and profiling our paper right here at the shop. We maintain a wide variety of archival papers and mounting materials to suit your project needs and preferences. Through our Fine Arts Department, we also offer giclée prints, wide or small format photographic prints, posters, and color renderings as well as reproductions of art including oil paintings, watercolors, and collages.

Paper Types

We stock an array of papers to meet a wide range of project needs. Also available are digital substrates like magnetic, synthetic, and embedded materials. If you’d like to use custom materials, we’re happy to place special orders and stock those materials that you plan to use regularly, such as full-bleed printing papers, customized tabs, and wire style binding.

Wide Format

Our wide format machines use rolls of paper and can print up to 42” wide, depending on the substrate.

Bond: 20#, 32#: regular paper in a variety of weights and colors.

Canvas, Glossy, Lustre, Semi-Matte, Matte: used for high quality photographic prints. Also perfect for high quality art reproductions, renderings and posters.

Somerset Velvet: a high quality, acid free, 100% cotton rag paper, best suited for art reproduction and archival prints.

Mylar:  a white plastic translucent or opaque media, ideal for screen printing films and durable prints.

Tyvek: a water-resistant and tear-proof polyester media, good for temporary outdoor signage and waterproof plots or prints.

T-Bond 18#: the “T” stands for translucent and it is an uncoated bond paper. This is a reproducible paper that was once popular during the time of blueline machines.

Vellum 20#: a translucent coated bond paper, best suited for originals and archive copies.



For mounted presentation boards, we stock the following substrates:

Gator Board: durable board that is ideal for re-use or permanent hanging. It is available in thicknesses of 3/16” and 1/2", in white or black.

Fome-Cor: standard foam board ideal for single use mounts. It is available in thicknesses of 3/16” and 1/2", in white or black.

BioBoard: a 100% recyclable substrate that is manufactured with 63% post-consumer waste and has a visually stimulating edge. It is available in thicknesses of 7mm and 1/2".


Small Format

Our small format machines use cut sheets of paper and can print on sizes up to 13"x19". We offer the following options, all of which are FSC certified.

Matte Bond
20#: at 92 bright, we recommend this weight for single sided prints only, with little to no color.
28#: at 100 bright, we recommend this weight for color and duplexed prints. It's also ideal for color specs, flyers, or lightweight brochures.
32#: at 100 bright, we recommend this weight for high quality color and duplexed prints. It's popular for flyers, brochures, and the interior pages of bound books.

Matte Cover
60#: ideal for the interior pages of bound books or portfolios.
80#, 100#: ideal for cover pages, postcards, note cards, postcards, posters, and fine art prints.

Glossy or Silk Text
80#, 100#: ideal for posters, brochures, folded booklets, and the interior pages of bound books.

Glossy or Silk Cover
80#, 100#: ideal for cover pages, postcards, photos, posters, and fine art prints.

Linen Cover
100#: linen texture on both sides make this paper perfect for invitations, note cards, or fine art prints.

Uncoated Cover
110#: best for business cards or book covers.