State of the Art Technology means better
detail, better quality & better service.

From 1 page to 1000 boxes.
Fastest turnaround in the industry.

A Camelot staple: Something special
for our clients with every job!

Welcome to our Resource Center

Welcome to our recource center where we have all the resources for your printing and copying needs! Printing is not always as simple as pushing a button and receiving a copy out of one end of a machine. There is so much more that goes into the process that it is, without a doubt, an art form in itself. There is pre and post file preparation which can involve many steps to achieve the final desired result. Below are some areas that we hope will help to answer some of the questions you may have. Of course, feel free to contact us, we love to help!

WEB IMAGES ARE BAD!

A general overview of why web images don't print well. GO HERE

COMMON FILE MISTAKES!

Make sure your files are correct before sending to print. GO HERE

HELPFUL HINTS!

Helpful hints to keep those design & print costs down. GO HERE

DIGITAL vs. OFFSET PRINTING!

Make sure your files are correct before sending to print. GO HERE

CREATING PDFS!

A guide on creating pdf files from settings to savings! GO HERE

VECTOR vs. RASTER IMAGES!

What is a VECTOR vs. RASTER and why is it important? GO HERE

WHY USE US FOR DESIGN?

Top 10 reasons to use one of our graphic designers. GO HERE

PRINTING JARGON!

What do all these crazy print words mean! GO HERE

For Our Customers


Questions or Requests?

Need some answers? Do you have a request? Or maybe you want to just send us a comment about your experience with us. CONTACT US

Trade Show Handbook

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Take a look through all of our trade show display hardware. VIEW NOW

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Envelope Guide

Not every envelope is created equal. Go here for a complete guide to envelope sizes and their use. Everything from standard envelopes to invitation size envelopes to catalog and booklet envelopes. GO HERE

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Binding Guide

Saddle stitch? Is that for horses? Not exactly. Here in our binding guide, you will learn all the different types of binding we have to offer. You will be able to deermine the right bind for your project. GO HERE