How to order and FAQs

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You can either email your artwork to for printing and binding, or pop into either Students’ Union office to place your binding order and give us your files

If the supplied files are larger than 10MB, then please either upload the artwork to a file transfer site or bring the artwork to us.

To ensure the best possible print quality, please ensure you check out our accepted file types page. We take great pride in what we do and want to offer the best possible final product.



What are your opening hours?
High Wycombe: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm
Uxbridge: Monday to Friday, 9am-5pm

Where are you?
The print shop is based in the main High Wycombe offices (ground floor, North Wing). We offer the same services at Uxbridge but if you order certain items, these may be printed at the High Wycombe office and delivered the following day. Get in touch with us for more information.

What methods of payment do you accept?
Cash or all major credit/debit cards. For distance learners we can process payments through PayPal. We can process and send you an invoice once we have received the files and calculated the cost. Once we've received payment, the job will be printed as soon as possible.

Can I get my order printed immediately?
Not always and it depends on how busy we are - we may take up to two hours to print your order. If you require large format or document binding, this may take more time. Contact us for more details.

What software do you accept?
We can accept most file types but we typically prefer to have orders submitted as PDF files as there are less chances of formatting issues when opening files. Contact us for more details or to check we can accept your files.

What is the maximum size you can print?

What are the standard paper sizes?
A7 – 74 x 105mm
A6 – 105 x 148.5mm
A5 – 148.5 x 210mm
A4 – 210 x 297mm
A3 – 297 x 420mm
A2 – 420 x 594mm
A1 – 594 x 841mm
A0 – 841 x 1189mm

How do I set my artwork up?
We can work with a wide range of media and can help you out where possible. To get a better understanding of designing artwork for print, check out our accepted file types page.