Lazer printing

IMPORTANT NOTICE:
Due to a vacancy in the department, print orders will be temporarily suspended beginning Thursday, March 7, through April 22.
Rush orders are not available at this time.
We apologize for the inconvenience.

Lazer printing

  Lazer printing

Lazer prints paper weights

  • Text weights - 24#, 28# and 32#
  • Cover weights (often referred to as cardstock) - 60# to 110#

Sizes

  • Letter (8.5 x 11")
  • Legal (8.5" x 14")
  • Tabloid (11"x 17" - exactly double a letter page)

To order your laser prints on text weight stock, please review the following:

  • Please be advised there is a quarter inch of white space around all lazer prints. If you wish to have full ink coverage, you must select a larger paper size and provide crop marks and bleeds.
  • If you want your prints trimmed in half or quartered, please provide your PDF file set up to fit the page accordingly.
  • Its very important to understand about crop marks, bleeds and final page trim size. Please read about crop marks and bleeds here: https://medcom.med.wayne.edu/faqs
  • Its important to note that when you upload a document for printing, you must also count the pages in the document to be printed

Read about our substrate selection here

Booklet printing (folded and stapled in the machine) printing is available.

  • A letter sized booklet would be printed on tabloid sized paper. A statement sized booklet would be printed on letter sized paper.
  • Keep in mind when the booklet is folded, there are 4 panels (which we call a "reading" page) but it is using only 1 sheet of paper (which we refer to as a "printer page")
  • For example, if you need 30 booklets and each booklet contains 4 printer pages (for a total of 16 folded reading pages) you would be printing 120 printer pages (30 booklets multiplied by the amount of printer pages in each booklet).
  • All booklets submitted must have a total reading page count that is divisible by 4.
  • To send us a booklet to be printed, we need single page PDFs
  • Please be advised there is a quarter inch of white space around all lazer prints. If you wish to have full ink coverage, you must select a larger paper size and provide crop marks and bleeds.
  • Its very important to understand about crop marks, bleeds and final page trim size. Please read about crop marks and bleeds here: https://medcom.med.wayne.edu/faqs
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