The Print lab provides fine art printing and scanning services to all current students and faculty at BGSU. The Media Center also has equipment available for all BGSU students and faculty currently enrolled in a School of Art class. Among the equpment we have available to check out are DSLR Cameras, video cameras, projectors, and more.
The Print lab provides fine art printing and scanning services to all current students and faculty at BGSU.
Location: 1026 Fine Arts Building at BGSU, across from the Bryan Gallery.
Hours: Monday - Thursday 8:15am-7:00pm, Friday 11:00am-2:00pm
(Closed over Summer and Winter Terms)
Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org | 419-372-1077
Link to the MCaP Printer Dropbox on Sharepoint (must have a BGSU username and password)
Aimed directly at producing superior photographic prints and reproductions of fine art, our 44" wide EPSON Stylus® Pro 9900 printers were designed in collaboration with some of the world's best-known photographers and artists. Eleven EPSON HDR UltraChrome™ inks are used to produce the widest range of colors, lights and blacks, at a resolution of 2,880 x 1,440 dpi.
Luster Photo Pro (LPP) is a gloss paper for professional quality digital photos and images.
Hannemuhle Photo Rag (HPR) is bright white, with a smooth velvet finish.
Hannemuhle German Etching (HGE) is a warm white, with a pebbled texture similar to watercolor paper.
Print lab staff are digital arts graduate and undergraduate students who have received additional training to get the best performance from our high-end equipment.
Your print files are reviewed prior to printing, to ensure maximum print quality. You will be contacted if any changes need to be made to your file.
All prints receive the white glove treatment -- literally -- while they are in our lab.
We charge only what’s needed to cover our costs, at a tremendous savings to our customers. In comparison to the same quality prints offered on the web or elsewhere, using the same paper and printers, you can easily pay twice as much. Purchases must be paid using your BG1 Card (transfer money on MyBGSU).
- You do not need to "ask" for access to the Dropbox site.
- All students already have user level access to the Print Dropbox
- If you are prompted to request access, please reread the instructions.
- If you do request access, this means "Admin" access, and your request will be declined.
- You do not require Admin access to upload a print.