DocuCopies.com is to color copies what Los Angeles
is to fashion - we've got the hottest colors,
the sleekest styles and we're always on the cutting edge
of the latest industry trends.
But that comparison speaks nothing of the cheap prices.
Our top-quality color prints are available as low
as 5¢, making these among the best value in the industry.
Good luck finding that kind of value on Rodeo Drive.
Getting the right product for your needs
is a matter of weighing out cost vs. quality. While our least expensive
copies can be produced on our
20/50# white laser bond
paper, we always suggest increasing the weight of the paper for a
better print image if it's in your budget. In the case of double sided
printing, heavier paper eliminates the annoyance of one side's print
being visible on the other side - that's a major faux pas
if you want high-quality color copies! A good cost-versus-quality paper is the
28/70# laser white smooth
- heavy enough to give your audience the assurance of high quality and
professionalism, but cheap enough to keep your budget boat afloat.
But hey, maybe you want to show off! You have the budget, might as well
flaunt it. In that case, try our
32/80# glossy text
paper. Or go really heavy, man,
and use the 100# glossy text. All our glossy stocks are what's called
semi-gloss (think magazine paper rather than photo paper), so you won't
have to worry about blinding other drivers if you're holding them up and
examining the quality while driving on the freeway, which we understand
is a common practice in LA.
Sometimes the situation calls for something even heavier.
If you're feeling bad-to-the-bone, put away the
soft rock and break out the heavy metal by upgrading to coverstock, or
cardstock. Our selection ranges from 65#, which is a lighter cardstock,
up to 80# (typically a business-card weight) and 100# (think post cards,
greeting cards and event flyers). We call them cover stocks because
they're quite popular for book and booklet covers, but their variety of
uses are truly legion.
While the type of paper you select for your copies can make a difference
in the presentation quality, only YOU can prevent sub-optimal
print quality. How? By making sure to send us high-resolution
photos (300dpi is good) and staying on-par with our other best practices.
Review our File Setup Help
section to get an in depth look at how your files should be setup
for best print quality.