Digital printing

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We are fully equipped with the latest digital print technology providing high volume and quality print with a variety of finishing methods.

• high volume copying and printing
• ability to order smaller volumes, reducing wastage and lead-times
• use of variable data for surveys, marketing campaigns and fulfilment purposes
• scan and print from hard copy documents

Our colour digital press provides a long sheet option with speciality colours – white, silver and clear which takes the print and design to the next level.  Our designers can help with modifying your documents or can complete a full redesign to make the most of this.  

Types of printing

  • Departmental handouts
  • Student dissertations
  • Flyers
  • Brochures
  • Banners and posters
  • Signage
  • Stationery and business cards

Banners and Posters

We can print up to A0 and bespoke sizes up to 900mm wide on matt, gloss or canvas stock. Matt posters can be laminated if required. 

Canvas posters work well if needing to be transported within luggage as can be loosely folded. Cardboard and plastic heavy-duty carrier tubes are available for transportation 

Roller banners are ideal for indoor events.  The banners measure 800mm in width by 2130mm in length and come complete with a stand and carry bag. Take a look at our roller banner diagram (PDF, 20kB) for guidance on how to set up your document for print. Our roller banner user guide (PDF, 105kB) provides information on how to assemble and care for your banner.

Banners purchased from Print Services since 2017 can be reused by placing a new image into the stand.  The charge for this is £50.  Please return your banner stand (must be in good condition) with the new PDF file to Print Services for this service to be completed

Departmental print jobs with a valid budget code must be submitted through the Print Submission system.  Please do not use an external supplier without the agreement of Procurement and Print Services.  If you are working on a home PC, please ensure you are signed in using the VPN or remote desktop service.