Re: [RLC-Action] Brochures
- On Friday 11 July 2008 02:32:03 pm Mark Cross EA wrote:
> Try www.vistaprint.comHmmm, cheaper, but still higher than what I was expecting. I'll have to
solicit donations if I want to do this. It's way out of my personal budget.
>>I came up with a localized RLC brochure for our meetup, and went down toKinkos to see about printing up 500 trifolds. OMG! The price was around a
dollar a copy for color. The folding cost was only 3 cents a copy, so the
majority of the price was color and paper. Even B&W is around 25 cents a
Time to invest in a color laser printer. Office Depot sells them at
periodically. I'd recommend the Okidata 3xxx or 5xxx series. They use 5
color toner and do beautiful color prints for about 5 cents a page. They
cost about $300 on sale, but it's well worth the investment.
- On Friday 11 July 2008 09:58:21 pm Dave Nalle wrote:
> Time to invest in a color laser printer. Office Depot sells them atThat's a really good idea. I would have to check what the cost per page is in
> periodically. I'd recommend the Okidata 3xxx or 5xxx series. They use 5
> color toner and do beautiful color prints for about 5 cents a page. They
> cost about $300 on sale, but it's well worth the investment.
the long run, considering toner replacement and paper, but I it's cheaper
than Kinkos or VistaPrint for small runs. I'll have to think about it.
p.s. Or there is the possibility of doing a really big run, and splitting the
cost. Anyone out there interested in chipping in for a big run of brochures?
Email me off list. If there's enough interest I might consider it.
- Posted by: "David Johnson"> That's a really good idea ...If you're only doing small runs, but insist on color,you can get a color inkjet for $50. Of course, the colorink can run $50 and might get you 250-500 copies.Note that National (email me) has several RLCbrochures that can be modified with local info andprinted on your PC as required.> Or there is the possibility of doing a really big run ...I've considered asking National to do a big run ofour standard brochures. The problem is that shippingcosts can easily exceed local printing costs ... andyou'd have to reprint local info (or get a rubber stamp).Bill
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