Using the latest wide-format scanners and printers, we can produce the highest quality reproductions of your large hard copy originals, up to 1524mm (60 inches) wide and to any length.
Whether you need to scan to file or print we can provide a scanning service to suit your needs.
Scan to print
We can reproduce your originals in black and white or full colour with colour matching. We can even enlarge or reduce the whole original or even just a section to your specification.
We can copy and scan from a variety of media including: tracing paper; drafting film; dayglo fluorescent papers; cartridge paper and bond paper.
We can then print onto a vast portfolio of media including: matt, gloss, tracing paper, drafting film, dayglo fluorescent papers, cartridge paper, bond paper, back lit film, watercolour, vinyl, banner, mesh or canvas etc. For material samples contact your local Hobs.
The resulting copies can be folded or rolled and collated in sets as required.
Scan to file
Alternatively we can scan to file, where the originals are scanned and a digital version created for easy archiving or re-use in files. You can then retrieve them swiftly at the touch of a button. This is a great way of saving precious space in your office and speeding up finding documents.
Let us convert your old hardcopy drawings into electronic format for use in AutoCad or other CAD packages. You’ll save on physical storage space too!
Key Features of our Large Format Reprographics:
- Fast turnaround
- Enlargements, reductions or rescaling service for both the whole image and individual sections
- Folding and collating into sets
- Reproduction in 600dpi CMYK format for CAD digital files using inkjet technology
- Specialised high speed, wide format printers
- Flexibility and superior services
- Competitive prices with no compromise on quality
- Highly trained operators
- Our couriers deliver your work quickly, directly to you or to the door/desk of your choice via the Hobs national network, anywhere in the UK or Ireland
- Option to scan to file
- Vectorisation can convert your hard copies into AutoCad drawings.