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PRINTER HELP AND DOCUMENTATION

PRINTING AT THE SCHOOL OF ART

All printing at the School of Art operates on a pay-per-print system managed in conjunction with Yale University’s Printing and Publishing Service’s Papercut Blue Print program.

Any questions about printing at the Yale School of Art can be emailed to art.help@yale.edu.

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SEE ALSO:   WIDE FORMAT   


WIDE-FORMAT PRINTING

Wide-format printers can be found throughout the School of Art. All Wide-format printing throughout the school of art is $1.50 a square foot.

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LASER JET PRINTING

Listed below are details about laser jet printing procedures, printer software, and support.

PRINTING FROM COMPUTER LABS

Users are automatically logged into their Blue Print Papercut accounts when logged into any School of Art lab computer via their Active Directory accounts. After sending a file to print, users will see a pop-up screen asking for the user’s Yale NetID. Entering a NetID will send the print job to a queue for that particular labs printer. Individuals can login to their NetID printing accounts through printer touch screens and/or computer workstations to access and release their print jobs. Once logged into a NetID printing account, individuals can select a print job to see the cost, release the print, or delete print jobs.

ADD FUNDS TO YOUR BLUE PRINT PAPERCUT ACCOUNT

You can log in with your net id and password to a Blue Print Papercut Hub in which you can check on the prices of your prints, how many prints you have sent and many other details regarding your individual printing account. Please familiarize yourself with this resource.

RELEASE PRINTS AND MUCH MORE FROM YOUR PAPERCUT ACCOUNT

Please remember to always log out when finished printing. You can also access your Papercut Blue Print account by clicking “details” on the Papercut Blue Print window seen within a users account on all computer lab workstations in the School Of Art.

LASER JET PRINTING COSTS

Black & White – $0.10 first side $0.02 second side of page

Color – $0.25 per page

Prices listed are for 8.5×11 prints. For 11×17 prints, the prices double to account for added paper and toner costs.

Please see the modules below for links to printer drivers, installation guidelines, and support procedures.

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PAPERCUT LASER JET PRINTER LIST AND DRIVERS

ALL OF THESE PRINTERS CAN BE PRINTED TO BY PRINTING FROM SCHOOL OF ART COMPUTER LABS

PAPERCUT printers available at Yale School of Art

All School Annex (Room 215) – Ricoh MP C3003 PS

Photography (Room G-19) – Ricoh SP4210N

Painting (Room G-06) – Ricoh Aficio SPC440DN

Sculpture (Room B23) – Ricoh Aficio MP C430DN

Graphic Design (Room 203) -

Art_gdesign1 – Ricoh MP C3003 PS

Art_gdesign2 – Ricoh MP C3003 PS

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GRAPHIC DESIGNADVANCED PAPERCUT LASER JET AND LARGE FORMAT PRINTING

Graphic Design – Advanced Printing

Please download Printing Papercut Graphic Design to configure your computer for model specific printing for both Laser Jet and Large Format Printing. Follow directions in text file.

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SUPPORT PROCEDURES

For printer problems, email art.help@yale.edu with details.

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SEE ALSO:   DIGITAL TECHNOLOGY OFFICE   



USING THE RISOGRAPH SWATCH LIBRARY ADOBE ILLUSTRATOR & INDESIGN

Select Open Swatch Library and choose the .ase in your finder.

Then you can apply the swatches to your document.

Once they’ve been applied you can look at your separations with the Separations Preview view (Window > Separations Preview) which shows you all the inks being used in the document.

Clicking them on and off shows how the separations will be made.

PRINTING THE SEPARATIONS

To output separations when you print go to Output in the left hand of the print dialog.

Under “Mode”: choose Separations

The process is almost the same in InDesign with a slightly different method of loading the swatches. Just go to Load Swatches in the fly-out menu of the swatch palette and select the swatch library.

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RISOgraph Swatch Library