Large format plot and print facilities are now available in Calcutta House CM2-N15 from 10am to 5pm, Monday to Friday.
A student technician is available during these hours to help assist you.
2 x A0 plotters
A0 full color £8
A0 line drawing £5
A1 full color £5
A1 line drawing £3
A2 full color £3
A2 line drawing £2.50
Scanning is free. Good quality paper is provided on the roll however other material can be fed into the plotters at the assistants discretion. Payment for plotting is made through the eShop. Students need to purchase credits before plotting.
Digital printing facilities
Epson Stylus Pro 3800 printer
Epson Stylus R800 printer
Epson Stylus 2100 printer
Calcutta House CM2-N15
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