Printme1.com is a simple PDF printing service designed to allow small & home office (SOHO) users to conveniently print large files without the hassle and high cost of other online print services, or overworking their home/office printer.
Many SOHO users are technically oriented and need a way to print their own handbooks, manuals and other reference materials, typically distributed in PDF formats. The desktop printer is the first choice, but for high page count documents (over 200 pages), other alternatives are needed.
Matt Vidic, the developer of Printme1.com said, “I thought there should be an fast & easy way to get your own documents printed & delivered, just like we all do with photos when we want something better or more convenient than using the home office printer.
What I’ve done with Printme1.com is simplify the process for someone who needs one black & white, back-to-back print of a high page count PDF. This is perfect for someone who wants to use a professionally bound, digitally printed paper copy of a high page count document.
High page count printing is not something that most typical home & office printers are suited for. Those printers usually don’t print back-to back [double-sided]
The user experience for Printme1.com is simple. There is no log-in, or password required. The user uploads their PDF file, views the price, and inputs their shipping info. Check-
For example, a user of Printme1.com with a 500 page manual would pay just $17.50 for printing, binding & shipping. Delivery takes about the same amount of time as First Class mail. Using FedexOffice PrintOnline, this same job would cost $75, plus shipping. That’s more than a 75% savings just by using Printme1.com.
A step by step description of the process can be accessed on our website at http://www.printme1.com/
Printme1.com and “Give a PDF. Get a Print” are a trademarks of egrafa, inc.
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Printme1.com (http://www.printme1.com) is owned by egrafa, inc. Since 2003, egrafa has developed document printing and pdf websites such as printmynotes.com (http://printmynotes.com) and mergemynotes.com (http://www.mergemynotes.com)