I am trying to make a set of custom shaped and printed magnets in a small batch. Anyone have experience printing and cutting magnets? Or printing on magnetic sheet with inkjet/ using a digital die cut system? [more inside]
posted by notnathan
on Nov 2, 2011 -
Where can my office get a few hundred custom-logoed folios? We're looking for something like this
, but large enough to insert 9x11 pages. [more inside]
posted by rebent
on Oct 13, 2011 -
I need to make a large poster for a research symposium. Where is the cheapest place to do it? [more inside]
posted by raeka
on Oct 12, 2011 -
I'm looking for printing software which will allow me to pinpoint with great precision the location of multiple images on the page (ie, margins, distances between images). I've tried using tables, but they're not completely reliable. I'm using Windows 7. Any suggestions?
posted by katestap
on Sep 16, 2011 -
Can anyone recommend some lightweight photo printing software for WinXP? At work we need something a bit more powerful then the built in windows print wizard, but not much more. Multiple photos per page with metadata (date,time, file name) is really about all we need.
posted by Captain_Science
on Aug 16, 2011 -
Need help identifying this Japanese woodblock print
of a kabuki actor. I think the artist is Kunichika, and the print is set somewhere on the Tôkaidô Road. At the top of the page is a large box of Japanese text
-- I'm hoping someone can read this, or otherwise identify any hints about the location, actor and character. (Two more translatable things inside) [more inside]
posted by LobsterMitten
on Jul 30, 2011 -
The bakery/café I work for is looking for a good company to print our menus.
We're looking to print "tall" menus. I'm sorry this is so vague, but I don't know the measurements or name of the type of menu. If I had to guess I'd say ~8" x ~4" — you know, the kind you often see in restaurants/cafés/delis, etc, often with a trifold. We're most likely doing just a double sided piece of paper, though.
We're located in Brooklyn, so we'd be looking for a company somewhere here or in Manhattan.
posted by defenestration
on Jul 27, 2011 -
How can I connect my (network-ready, ethernet-only) printer to my wireless network when the router is all the way on the other side of the house? [more inside]
posted by awenner
on Jul 12, 2011 -
How did basic design work (say, for advertising posters) happen in the analog days? Can I still do it that way today? [more inside]
posted by bubukaba
on Jun 8, 2011 -
Are you a linoleum block printmaker? What are your favorite papers and inks? [more inside]
posted by usonian
on May 16, 2011 -
I am a neuroscience student and I'd like to get my mentor a print of one of Santiago Ramon y Cajal's famous drawings of a neuron as a going away gift. Unfortunately, I can't find anywhere that sells prints or photos of these drawings online, but I was able to find a book at my university's library that has larger (12" x 24") high quality images of these drawings.
My question: what is the best way to go from book to print? Are there particular scan qualities or types? Particular types of paper/material to print onto? Places (FedEx, architecture firms) to go to? Any advice would be really helpful.
posted by quickasfoxes
on May 4, 2011 -
Are you a medievalist? I'm looking for books, diaries, art books, websites and other resources about private life and printing in the Middle Ages and early Renaissance. [more inside]
posted by johnasdf
on Apr 28, 2011 -
Tell me about high quality publishing! What does it involve, where can I read more about it and who does it? I’m interested in buying old cornerstone types of works like The Federalist Papers, The Origin of the Species bound, made, etc. at the best possible quality. [more inside]
posted by the mad poster!
on Apr 14, 2011 -
Mac OSX 10.5.8 form PDF printing: Can anyone tell me why it might be that sites which generate a unique PDF for download will malfunction with Firefox but not with Safari or Chrome? A typical example is Purolator.ca
posted by HLD
on Apr 7, 2011 -
I have an idea in mind that would be centered around a fake passport-like document taken to specific, fun places around the world. Not something fake enough to break laws, but fake enough to be something fun to carry around, not look cheap, and be durable to carry around and get stamped when requested. Where would I go to get something like this made? [more inside]
posted by Blazecock Pileon
on Apr 4, 2011 -
I'm about to order a batch of letterpressed business cards. I've never worked with letterpressing before—do you have any experience or insight to share? [more inside]
posted by Mr C
on Mar 12, 2011 -
Where can I have custom merit badges (preferably in small batches) made to order online? [more inside]
posted by pavane
on Mar 7, 2011 -
What's a good place in the Somerville/Cambridge area that will handle a small run of invitation prints on custom-sized cardstock and envelopes? [more inside]
posted by ignignokt
on Mar 6, 2011 -
I'm looking for a color printer which can compete with designer and scrapbook papers-- designer papers are the computer paper with preprinted color backgrounds. [more inside]
posted by Nancy Lebovitz
on Feb 13, 2011 -
I have a template I use for my grocery lists that I've made in my spreadsheet program (Numbers). Is there somewhere online that I can send it (say, as a PDF) to be printed in the form of a pad of paper? Staples doesn't appear to do this. I am in Canada.
posted by torisaur
on Feb 12, 2011 -
Want to print my very own chapbook, is there a freeware printing app for the occasion? Am using an ancient version of Word, so it needs to be standalone if possible - on and it needs also to be smallish - like paperback size. Any leads, help and suggestions, please list them. Thank you!
posted by watercarrier
on Feb 3, 2011 -
I'm looking to have a small run (a few hundred) of labels printed for a food package. This package is a frozen plastic bag with one flat side that has room for a sticker about 2 1/2 inches by 4 1/2 inches. We would like to get the labels printed and then hand apply them ourselves. [more inside]
posted by solmyjuice
on Feb 3, 2011 -
I am an Ubuntu newbie in a mixed environment. I need to print from Ubuntu 10.10 to a Dell 1700 printer attached to an XP Pro PC. I've read reams of tips, tricks, forums, Google searches & past AskMes. I consider myself of above average user intelligence. Am I educated stupid? [more inside]
posted by beelzbubba
on Jan 21, 2011 -
Anyone have experience in using a plotter to cut C1S (heavier coated card stock)? What are you using? I am looking to cut some packaging die lines and create actual nice folded samples. Doing them by had is getting really tedious. I would appreciate any info on other options to accomplish this and have the samples be nice enough to send to clients for approval.
As always- Thanks in advance hivemind.
posted by pleuroma
on Jan 20, 2011 -
What is the best strategy for self publishing a very lengthy photo book? I'm looking for the sweet spot of quality and price. [more inside]
posted by ocherdraco
on Dec 28, 2010 -
How can I insert a small mirror or peephole into the front cover of a handmade hardcover book? What kind of material is appropriate for the cover? Will cardboard/cloth do? What about leather? Is there a tutorial anywhere to show how this is done? [more inside]
posted by waxbanks
on Dec 9, 2010 -
What's the best way to print my long, thin, dark-background (made-for-the-web!) infographics on paper? [more inside]
posted by ejfox
on Nov 10, 2010 -
What company will print, laminate, and multi-fold a quick reference guide in quantity? [more inside]
posted by Aleen
on Nov 4, 2010 -
I want to print a series of postcards, and my aim is to have them at least look
kinda hand-made. (I don't really want to go through the whole process of learning screenprinting.) [more inside]
posted by ism
on Oct 18, 2010 -
Looking for a PDF printer (or similar file printer) that can be used to print from remote locations. [more inside]
posted by dozo
on Sep 28, 2010 -
We'll be moving into a rental office on a short-term (14-24 month) basis and we need to print new stationery. We only use about 125 envelopes a year (in two sizes: letter and card) and the minimum order quantity from local printers is 500 pieces. We've thought of printing envelopes with a logo and no return address and using a stamp or stickers to apply a return address, but the results have been tacky. With the move, we've ended up with hundreds of excess envelopes from previous addresses.
Is there a way we can solve this with something that looks good and doesn't cost a fortune?
All suggestions appreciated!
posted by quidividi
on Sep 28, 2010 -