The Graphics Lab

Equipment use

New Full-color poster printer!

The Graphics Lab has a fantastic NEW piece of equipment! It's a Variquest Perfecta 2400 Poster Printer that prints using 4 color ink jet technology. You can produce vibrant full-color posters in 3 sizes: Small 13" x 19", Medium 18" x 24, or Large 24" x 31". Posters...

Black Ink Copying

Please pay close attention to whether an item has a copyright & read this: https://technology.dearbornschools.org/2019/05/28/copyright-3 Black ink copy cost is 4 cents per side for 8-1/2" x 11" at the Graphics Lab. No extra charge for 3 hole punch, stapling is 25...

T-shirt Press

The Graphics Lab has a t-shirt press, but no longer has a color copier with the ability to make t-shirt transfers. However, if you have access to a Cricut machine -OR- an Ink Jet Printer (the district only supports LaserJet), then you can buy t-shirt transfers from...

Fun Die Cut Bulletin Board Ideas

Both of these 5-6 minute videos are from the Ellison Education website: Love the way she used photos! Simplify by doing just sand & sky since we have awesome cloud die cuts! She gets WAY too involved in making the kites - I would do this bulletin board on a...

The Badge-A-Minit Button Maker

The Badge-A-Minit Button Maker

Badges (also called buttons) are a great and inexpensive way to reward students or to sell for a fundraiser.  There are two sizes and each comes in Pin back or Magnet back for the same price: - Standard 2-1/4” badges are 50¢ each. - Large 3” badges are 65¢ each. Click...

A Color Copier in the Graphics Lab!!!

A Color Copier in the Graphics Lab!!!

The Graphics Lab has a Kyocera COLOR Copier that is here to stay. We have the best price in town with a charge of 15 cents per side for 8-1/2" x 11" Color Copies and 35 cents per side for 11" x 17" Color Copies . . . cash, check, or account number will be accepted for...

Laminating items wider than 25″

Laminating items wider than 25″

So you want to laminate something that is wider than the 25" laminator??  All you have to do is fold the item in half and run it through the laminator.  When you trim it right to the edges, the item will "pop apart".  Then, if you want the back side laminated, you...