Digital Printing - B&W and Full Color:
Digital Production B&W Copier with booklet maker. Full Color copying 8.5 x 11 to 12 x 18 sheets.

Wide Format Printing:
60" wide printer in color or B&W. All materials should be in PDF format scaled to desired size. If using 8.5 x 11, original size prints will scale proportionately to desired size. Foam core boards for mounting are 30 x 40 in size.

We can laminate items up to 36" wide x 85" long or smaller in full color or black and white. Staples, glitter and raised items cannot be laminated. Also, thin or tissue paper is not the best for laminating.  Please note the EPS is not responsible for any items damaged in the laminating process. It is the responsibility of the owner.



Comb Binding:
Pages are punched and round plastic spines with 19 rings are inserted. The closure can be re-opened again for making changes to the book. This allows the book to open flat.

Perfect Bind:
This is a soft cover book binding method. With this binding method, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong yet flexible glue.  It has a square spine and the cover is usually made from a stock that is heavier than the interior pages.

Saddle Stitched or Saddle Stapling:
An 11 x 17 size paper will fold to an 8.5 x 11 booklet or an 8.5 x 11 size paper will fold to a 5.5 x 8.5 booklet. This is used for booklets, calendars and literary magazines. Saddle stitch creates booklets that can be opened flat. The larger the number of pages, the greater amount of creep that occurs (inner pages extend or creep further ourt when folded). For the saddle stitch method to work, the pages need to be in multiples of 4 or there will be blank pages at the end. Usually, a booklet can be saddle stiched up to 88 pages, which equals 22 pages (11 x 17) cardstock covers might reduce the number of pages.

Side-Staple Binding:
The whole document can be stapled on the left side of the bookcover as a booklet.

Tape Binding:
A strip of tape lined with pressure sensitive adhesive or heat-activated adhesive is applied to the spine of a stack of paper. This usually had a cardstock cover.


Please use the Digital Storefront or contact eps@pnwboces.org for a price quote. Every effort is made to use paper bids for stock paper to help lower costs.


Billing will be done through P|NW BOCES Business Office on a monthly basis on or around the first of the month. An administrative fee will be applied to any district that is not a component district of P|NW BOCES.

Please click here for the Educational Printing Services brochure.