Fall 2022 Hours:
Student Hours
Monday–Friday: 9am–11pm
Sat & Sun: 1–5pm
 
Public Hours
Monday–Friday: 9am–11pm

9am-3pm, Monday–Friday

Visitors to the Digital Output Center are advised to park in the metered spaces on 117th st., next to CIA. Entrance A, on the other (west) side of the academic building is accessible to the public. An appointment is recommended but not required.

For curbside pickup, please call the DOC office at 216-421-7477 in advance to arrange a pick-up time and, if applicable, payment for completed work. Credit cards can be processed over the phone, which is the preferred payment method. Please note that a cell phone will be required to notify our staff of arrival. Upon arrival, please pull into lot 73 located in the rear of the Joseph McCullough academic building at 11610 Euclid Ave. Remain in the vehicle and call the office number above to give notice of arrival. A DOC will be out shortly to assist.

Please contact Josh Werling, DOC Manager, with any questions or concerns.

jwerling@cia.edu, 216-421-7477

Policies

Statement of Limitation of Liability

While we take every precaution for the safekeeping and handling of all print, film, digital file, negative, transparency and artwork, submitting these materials for processing, printing, mounting, laminating, or other handling constitutes an AGREEMENT by you that any damage or loss by our company, subsidiary, or agents for any reason, including, without limitation, damage or loss due to unpredictable defects in materials, or even due to the negligence or other fault of our company, subsidiary, or agents, will entitle you only to replacement with a like amount of unexposed film and processing, or, in the case of mounting, another print, when possible, and only when initially produced by us. Except for such replacement, the acceptance by our company, subsidiary, and/or agents of the film, print, slide, negative, transparency or artwork is without other warranty or liability, and recovery for any incidental or consequential damages is excluded. Should any material submitted involve high value the onus is upon the client to appropriately insure it. We reserve the right to refuse to accept originals without a signed release stating the above.

 

Storage of Materials

The client must pick up their originals upon completion of work; it is the responsibility of the client to verify the receipt of their original artwork. We are not responsible for work left in house for more than 30 days after job completion and such work may be considered abandoned by the client.

 

Copyright

It is the responsibility of the requesting party to acquire any and all necessary permissions to print or reproduce work. The DOC reserves the right to refuse service if there are suspected copyright infringement issues.

The mission of the DOC is to further the efforts of The Cleveland Institute of Art through service and education to foster familiarity and proficiency of students and the community at large, in the field of digital print and production.

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Click here for a comprehensive pricing and media descriptions and specifications. 
 
Click here to place a wide format print order.
 
Click here to place a 3D print order.   
 
Click here to see list of tutorials for things like file preparation, printing in color in labs, navigating to the network drop and many other helpful hints and instructions.
 
Click here to manage your PaperCut account.
 
All credit added to student print accounts is final.
 
Refunds to print accounts can be made through Papercut in the event of an error. However, credit added cannot be refunded.
 
 
 
 
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