Submitting Your Order

Dear Wayne State Community,

The Department of Biomedical Communications is available to work on design work remotely. On site photographic and printing projects available by appointment. We will continue to support the multimedia and visual communications needs of the WSU SOM community during this disruption of normalcy. Please contact medcom@med.wayne.edu for assistance. Thank you.

Printing your files

Production of printing your file(s) is typically a 48-hour turnaround time. Some projects may take longer, please consult us for estimates. A rush fee of $25 per poster is available for those that need service within 24 hours.

How to submit files

You place your order online through our online store. Log in - or - Set up your account today!  
Contact medcom@med.wayne.edu for additional questions.

PLEASE NOTE: Some projects may require more time. For more specific questions you may have, please refer to our FAQ section or call us at 313-577-1482. 

IMPORTANT information about Mac and PC file formats: when printing projects, there are differences in Macintosh and PC files! Therefore, we prefer PDF (Adobe Portable Document Format) files for printing. The PDF file format creates the file exactly how YOU FORMATTED it. However, if you are unable to generate a high-resolution PDF, we accept other files such as PowerPoint, PhotoShop, etc. 

When submitting your posters to print at the online store, select "Large Format Printing", then select the type of material you want it printed on. The roll down menu will tell you the cost of the print. You will need to "UPLOAD" your file. You must indicate how you are paying. If paying by IRB, it must be presented at time of pick-up.

Picking up your order

Your order will be ready to be picked up in our office located 540 E. Canfield, Room 1367, Detroit, MI. Please have your work order number ready when you pick up your order. The "status" of your order will not change until you pick-up and pay. We process credit cards at time of pick-up.

If you do not specify this information, unexpected printing results may occur! See FAQ section for details.

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