About Us

At Kopystop we provide comprehensive Graphic Design and Printing services. Kopystop is proudly Australian owned and operated since 1984, under one family ownership spanning over two generations having evolved into a full service Graphic Design, Offset and Digital Print and print finishing enterprise. From concept through to design, print and finishing, we offer our complimentary expert advice, tailoring individual print solutions to achieve the highest quality end product and within budget.

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Our services include: creation of logos and branding, premium publications, booklets, bound books and magazines, business cards and all business stationery, documents, marketing and promotional collateral.

The Kopystop Krew, all trade qualified and specialists in providing:

  • Digital Printing CMYK  
  • Offset Printing CMYK UV Offset print
  • Graphic Design and Editing Adobe suite of products
  • Large Format Print
  • Flat Bed Print onto hard substrates
  • Pull Up Banners with stand
  • Premium Black and White printing
  • Premium Thesis printing
  • Colour copying
  • Black and White copying
  • Document scanning

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    Print Tips & Hints

    Here you will find many tips, hints, descriptions and advice.  Most importantly, the specifications to creating a high resolution print ready PDF file.  If you can't find the answer to your question here, please contact a Kopystop Krew member to assist with your enquiry.  This section will result in the best possible file for a professional high quality end product. Read More


    Tuesday, 07 August 2012
    COPYRIGHT Copyright Agency Limited (CAL) LICENSED Printing:

    We have been asked by numerous students why Kopystop is very strict with requesting Student ID or proof of enrolment for the purchase of any copyright protected Uni course notes and readers.

    The Tertiary Institution where you attend has paid for on your behalf funds to CAL, thus enabling study in many cases substituted by notes and readers in place of multiple expensive Textbooks.

    The CAL License clearly indicates the tertiary institution must take all reasonable steps to ensure that each communication hard copy or in electronic form can only be received or accessed by persons entitled to receive or access it.

    For those who are interested to read in detail please follow the link below which very clearly outlines the full specifications and criteria of the CAL Licensing Agreement.

    CAL Gudelines for Tertiary Institutions

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