NYU Reprographics provides graphic design, copying, print purchasing, and addressing/mailing services to the entire University community.
NYU Reprographics i-Buy NYU Store
The Reprographics online ordering system is now online in i-Buy NYU. Order stationary and business cards online through our easy-to-use i-Buy NYU store.
Customized or specialty stationery items such as embossed, engraved, die-cut, and/or special-request stocks, will require a Reprographics requisition form to begin an order.
We provide print job preparation and output assistance for digital publishing projects, including electronic file translations for most common PC-compatible and Macintosh™ applications; AdobeTM PostScript™ and HP PCL job preparation; and, digital printing from your electronic illustration and layout files(s) using current versions of PhotoShop™, Illustrator™, QuarkXpress™, and InDesign™.
Our DocuTech™ digital publishing systems capture text, line art, and photographs, producing professional finished documents at an amazing speed, and at near-offset quality, 600 dpi resolution, in black ink.
Our experienced staff will obtain estimates, establish timelines and work with your budgetary concerns. Above all, our goal is to meet the esthetic standards set forth by the University and its Schools, and to do so in a creative and cost effective way.
Print Communications (brochures and collateral material, manuals, annual reports), Information Design (charts, forms, graphs, schedules), Environmental Design (signage, exhibitions, themed environments), Promotional (posters, announcements, catalogs, direct mail).
For projects requiring: special order stocks (i.e. four-color process, metallic, PantoneTM Matching System (PMS spot) color inks; or for projects requiring embossing, engravure, or thermographic raised printing, or full bleeds, the Procurement print buyers will take care of of bidding and placing your project with the right commercial source.
Unless your software allows you to embed TrueType fonts, you should avoid using them. Documents that use TrueType fonts may print unpredictably on computers other than the one that was used to create them.
Not all fonts have a bold or italic version. If you are not certain that you have the bold or italic variation of a font, do not use the font attributes buttons in your application to fake the variation. Your desktop printer may be able to mimic or fake the missing variation, but high-resolution printers, such as those used for offset printing, will not. If the font you are using does not have a bold or italic variation, you should select another font that does have the desired variations.
Regardless of which software you use, always provide Reprographics with all image files and fonts used in your document. Even if you use software that allows you to embed TrueType fonts, you should still include the fonts themselves. PostScript fonts always consist of two files - a printer font, and a screen font - and both should be included along with your file.
All full-color printing, whether to laser or offset, uses four colors: CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black). Your computer monitor (and all TV's) uses only 3 colors: RGB (red, green, blue). If you use any image files that are set up as RGB (video screen colors), they must be converted to CMYK for printing. Reprographics can do this for you, but additional charges may apply.
Please make certain that your document size on your disk matches the page size of your finished publication. If you need Repro to resize your document, an additional charge may apply. If you are using bleeds (printing off the edge of the paper), please set up at least a 1/8-inch bleed in your file. If you need Reprographics to adjust your file to include the bleed, an additional charge may apply.
When preparing material for printing, name your file clearly and print that name of the file on the requisition form. Please give us all the files we need but only the files we need. Do not use any compression utilities. It is better to submit multiple files, discs or Flash drives. Reprographics and most commercial printers prefer CDs or USB Flash Drives.