Did You Know?

Old-Time Printing Trivia

The printing press was invented in Germany by the goldsmith and printer Johannes Gutenberg in 1447.

Printing methods based on Gutenberg's printing press spread rapidly throughout first Europe and then the rest of the world, replacing most block printing and making it the sole progenitor of modern movable type printing.

Source: The Tennyson group
Did You Know?

Here's a neat bit of trivia: Do you know where the terms "upper case" and "lower case" come from?

It comes from the way printers (the people, not the machines) used to organize the typefaces that they used for their printing presses. The different metal letters that were used for printing were kept neatly in cases, so they could be immediately located when needed. Capital letters were kept in cases on top; other letters were kept in cases on the bottom.

The result? UPPER CASE and lower case.

Source: About.com

Lincoln Printing Services: Passionate About Your Printing!

At LPS, we're driven to do a good job because we care about doing a good job. Our goal is to provide personalized service; the flexibility to meet your requirements; and always a great finished product. The bottom line is that if you need something printed, we'll go out of our way to make sure it happens.
Whatever your needs, call us first! We care about every customer and every print job, and we'll spend as much time as is needed to ensure that you get what you expect: satisfaction every single time.
We do the bulk of the work right here at our spacious, historical facilities in downtown Lincolnton, but we're always scanning special industry rates around the nation to make sure that you get the best possible deal.
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"I'm a new customer and LPS wowed me with personable service, good pricing and attention to details: the details I care about."
Richard Stevenson, CobbleSoft

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Electronic Formats Accepted

We are currently able to work with the following formats for electronic files:
  • Microsoft Office 97, Office 2000, Office 2003, Office 2007
       - includes Word, Publisher, PowerPoint and Excel
  • Adobe CS (Creative Suite 1 and 2)
       - includes Illustrator, Photoshop, InDesign
  • Adobe PageMaker 7.0 and 7.5
  • QuarkXPress
  • PDF
  • JPG / JPEG
  • TIFF / TIF
LPS Facilities If your format is not listed above, please call us as this is not an exhaustive list and we may be able to help you with a conversion to a better or supported format.