Wide Format Digital Printing & Lamination

B&L Printing Hillsborough NJ-wide format printing and laminationWide Format Digital Printing and Lamination using either PC or Mac files, we can create indoor posters on our 60” wide HP5500 Inkjet with 3” or 5” mil laminate, mounted on foamcore, gatorboard or styrene, and trimmed to your specifications. From indoor posters mounted on foamcore, to outdoor posters on vinyl, or car, truck, or bus wraps… we do it all! From 1 to 1000 posters, stock is kept on hand for immediate turn-around.

Digital Copying

B&L Printing, Hillsborough, NJ digital color copy using imageRunner C5180Color Digital Copying with B&L Printing Canon imageRunner C5180 digital color copiers we can do all of your color copying with ease from your hard copy or electronic files. We also keep a variety of glossy and matt paper stocks in house, in order to meet your color presentation needs.

  • Easily creates 5-1/2”x 8-1/2” and 8-1/2”x 11”
  • saddle-stitched or stapled
  • full color booklets
  • Prints single or double sided sheets up to 12”x 18” in size

Black & White (B&W) Digital Copying  with B&L Printing Canon imageRunner 7105 digital copier we can do all of your black and white copying with ease from your hard copy or electronic files. If you need to copy the same document often, either with or without changes, we can store and edit the job digitally, producing copies quickly, effortlessly and affordably, in just the quantities you need, at the time you need them. No longer do you have to inventory large quantities of materials which become obsolete quickly. Saves you money and keeps your materials current.

Offset Printing

B&L Printing Hillsborough NJ offset printingB&L Printing offers one to four color  traditional offset printing for a variety of printed media including; letterhead, envelopes, business cards, flyers, brochures, newsletters… whatever you need, we can get it done for you fast and affordably! An offset printer performs a popular and common technique technique called “offset printing” where the inked image is transferred or offset from a plate to a rubber blanket and on to the printing surface.