Mountaineer Printing is part of the GRA 4591 Advanced Printing and Finishing course in the Graphic Arts & Imaging Technology Program. Advanced Printing and Finishing, offers students a hands on approach to build on the basics covered in prerequisite courses. Mountaineer Printing is a student ran print shop that operates through the Graphic Arts & Imaging Technology program. Students are expected to complete the job based on the client’s expectations with the upmost professionalism and in a timely manner. We are located in Katherine Harper Hall in room 138.
Where We're Located
What We Offer
Mountaineer Printing offers several printing services including digital, offset, flexography, screen, and other printing processes.
Please see the table below for a detailed description of the services we provide. Thank You!
We offer design services for any needs. We will meet with you to discuss your design concept and printing options.
The digital printing process uses a Docucolor 250 and the newly donated Kodak Nexpress 2100 to print small quantities of printed materials. Additional, an HP Designjet Z2100 is available for wide format printing of posters and banners.
This offset printing process is used to create large quantities of printed materials. Mountaineer Printing has the capability to create posters, flyers, notepads, booklets, brochures, business cards, and other projects.
The flexographic printing process is used to create labels or stickers. We have 13 die shapes to choose from and will help you select the best option for your custom job.
The screen printing process is most often used for printing on fabric materials such as t-shirts.
Mountaineer Printing offer binding, laminating, folding, shrink wrapping, die cutting, and other services.
Need Something Printed?
Please visit our services for more information on our product services. For more information on quotes and pricing, please contact a Mountaineer Printing representative.