The Print Shop can print anything you need, on many different materials. Our large format printer, printing press and standard printers allow us to print so many different sizes and many different products.

CUontheGO Fleet

Our CUontheGO fleet – Carleton’s public printing solution – can print, scan and copy in colour and black and white, both front and back, on three different sized papers. These paper sizes include 8.5x11in, 8.5x14in, and 11x17in. You can find over 30 devices all over campus.

Paper Types

Though CUontheGO is limited to make it easier for the Carleton community, The Print Shop’s abilities are endless. For standard print jobs, in terms of paper thickness we offer standard and thick paper (cardstock). These two paper types are offered in all glossy, front glossy and back matte, and front matte and black glossy, as well as all matte. We also offer Colonial Bond paper which is acid free paper and typically used for a thesis. 

We also offer a number of different paper colours. These colours include white, red, green, yellow, purple, and blue.

There are also a number of printing colour options available. These include colour on both sides, colour on front and black and white on the back, black and white on both sides, black and white on the front and colour on the back, as well as colour on select pages.

Large Format Materials

Our large format printer allows us to print on materials other than paper. The options are essentially endless for what types of materials we can print on but some typical materials include vinyl/removable vinyl, foam board, corrugated plastic, dry mount, clear acrylic, stainless steel and Phototex (removable decal).

Foam Board Examples

Permanent Vinyl with Laminate Examples

Clear Acrylic Examples

Stainless Steel Examples

Phototex Examples

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Wednesday, May 26, 2021 in ,
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