Large Format Digital Scanning and Printing

The Large Format Digital Imaging Laboratory, located on the first floor of the Saddlemire Student Services Building, would like to assure the campus community that we are still very interested in supporting your needs for large-format scanning and printing on a long-term basis. Our laboratory’s capability cannot be matched on any university campus in the country. The Cruse high-resolution reprographic scanner has a capacity of 3' x 4'. The new CREO ultra high resolution scanner cannot be matched for slides and other archival work. We have a wide variety of large-format printers with printing capacity up to 72". The lab is able to print everything from simple posters and banners to Giclee fine art reproductions. As for media, we can print onto the widest possible variety of media types ranging from photo papers through aquarella fine art paper, art canvas, vinyls of all types and even textiles. We welcome you to visit us and explore the possibilities for using this equipment.
I got this today in the daily SPAM we get from Marketing & Communications. I did not know it was unmatched to any university campus in the country, I have my doubts about that. Either way, it is rather amazing the equipment they do have. The 3D printer is the most amazing thing they have. Some pretty spiffy stuff.

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