Color

Printing color at the Copie-Sjop
Why make it difficult when you can do it easily?
De Copie-Sjop is the shop where you can quickly and easily have your print work made and immediately take it with you.

We use color printers that excel for excellent image quality and high productivity. And all that at an affordable price

Flyers, menus, price lists, theses, reports, reports, stickers, transparencies, posters, business cards, mailing, newsletter, funeral cards, birth announcements and much more. Small or large runs, both no problem.

Deliver
At the Copie-Sjop you can print your job directly from the various software packages (Photoshop, Acrobat, Indesign, Illustrator, Word, Excel, Powerpoint) on our computers. Delivery is possible on CD, USB or by e-mail. We can also effortlessly process paper originals and, if you wish, store them digitally in a PDF or JPG file.

Resolution.
The resolution of a photo determines how sharp it will be when printed. A resolution of 72 dpi is common for the Internet, 200 dpi is a great resolution for prints.

Spot varnish
Our color printer is equipped with an extra color station, so we have the opportunity to make your print work even more special. By means of transparent toner it is possible to print part or completely with gloss varnish. This gives special possibilities such as giving your logo extra shine.

Paper types
We have different types of paper on which you can print up to a thickness of 350 grams. It is also possible to print on your own paper, the paper must be suitable for a laser printer and must be packed in the original packaging with a label showing that it is laser suitable. Printing on your own paper is at your own risk. There may be variations in the colors or the paper may interfere with the machine.

Start print – Follow print
We work with the system of start prints and follow prints. When something is printed 1 time, we call this a start print, the next print of this we call a follow print. So if you want to have a flyer printed 100 times the first print is a start print, the next 99 are follower prints. A booklet of 10 pages printed 10 times is therefore 10 starting prints and 90 follow-up prints.