191 Thorndon Quay
PO Box 937
Open Monday to Friday
from 7:30am to 4:00pm.
Fast, Wide Format Colour Printing. An addition to the Black and White Plan Printer.
Our wide format colour inkjet printer is very fast and produces excellent quality colour. It prints up to A0 (1,600mm wide), and on paper that's as long as you want. This is excellent for printing plans, drawings, posters, banners and many other things.
A great compliment to the wide format black and white plan printer that prints from hard copy and digitial files. Or we can scan your files and save them for you.
Sometimes, a drawing can lose impact when reduced. Technical drawings can become hard to read. We know this, and can print drawings up to A0 size.
Organise your work and projects in the professional manner. We can easily create year planners for your company or school.
We can print your plans on tracing paper or off it, if you wish.
If you like it, why not show it to the world? We can create posters from your own photographs or artwork to give a personal touch to your home or business.
Graphs, diagrams, flow charts, layouts, floor plans... We can reproduce them all on large sheets of paper that everyone in your audience will see without difficulty.
Have you thought about Scanning your old Plans, or even newer ones?
If you need to get the word out at the very last minute, we can quickly produce highly effective posters for you.
Did You Know..?
Companies in NZ, Australia and the USA, email us their documents and we have them ready for pick-up when they land in Wellington, or we can courier to a specified destination - Confidentiality Guaranteed!
Our Wide-Format Colour Printer
Our wide format inkjet colour printer, is very fast and produces excellent quality colour on several weights of paper. It prints up to A0 (1,600mm wide), and as long as you want. How can we help you today?
We have prepared a wonderful calendar featuring watercolour images by artist Barry Keate. The colour matching had to be done very carefully but we succeeded. Would you like a calendar with your artwork or your children's?