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RLB 14 52 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 10:17AM
Can anybody help, where can i get prints 18x12 '' & above, Colour or B/W. I was recommended Proam Professional but they insist downloading images in zip files which i'am not sure how to do. Ray
User_Removed 20 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 10:49AM
You could try Loxley colour 01236 862720
They print all sizes up to and including 60 x 40 inches Wink
GarethRobinson 16 1.0k 2 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 12:13PM
Loxley provides excellent service and prints, a little more expensive than some other online labs but you get what you pay for.
searlem 15 38 1 England
17 Apr 2012 12:36PM
Havent used ProAm for a whole, although they are my local lab, mainly because I tend not to print a great deal, but they are really helpful and the instructions for compiling files and zipping are on the website, alternatively they takes orders on CD.

Mark
Bluke 17 303 1 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 12:42PM
I have used ProAm for years.. very helpful when you phone with a problem.. I have always been very pleased with my prints from them....Just pop them on a disc and post them if you are not sure about Zip files... Or just google how to do a zip file...
good luck..
Techno Plus
14 6.7k 8 England
17 Apr 2012 2:19PM
Most of us at our club tend to use , very helpful.Smile
JJGEE 17 8.0k 18 England
17 Apr 2012 2:21PM

Quote:Most of us at our club tend to use, very helpful.Smile


They a very cheap, but if you want just one print the postage is about 3 times the cost Sad

However, they do provide downloadable ICC paper profiles for three types of finish
User_Removed 20 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 2:44PM

Quote:They a very cheap, but if you want just one print the postage is about 3 times the cost


They are inexpensive, not cheap. (There's a difference)
I order about twice a month by which time, I have a healthy order. You have to plan your orders to save on postage.

They'll print what ever you send them where as Loxley are hand printed, hence the higher price .....but spot on quality.
JJGEE 17 8.0k 18 England
17 Apr 2012 2:49PM

Quote:.....not cheap


In my mind £1 is cheap Wink
Techno Plus
14 6.7k 8 England
17 Apr 2012 2:51PM
They a very cheap, but if you want just one print the postage is about 3 times the cost

We tend to archive for the competitions and then get them printed, postal charges are a dilemma these days alas.Smile

However, they do provide downloadable ICC paper profiles for three types of finish

Used the profiles and always been happy with the results, setting up is the secret to this success.Smile all the help you need in doing so is freely available on the website or a phone call away
User_Removed 20 2.8k 11 United Kingdom
17 Apr 2012 3:12PM
In my mind, £1 is inexpensive.


......................plastic is cheap.
But hey, we all have our standards I expect. Wink
KONIN 11 254 England
17 Apr 2012 4:55PM
i have a max spielman round the corner and got an 16" by 12" for £7.80 while i waited,stu

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