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8 a.m.-6 p.m.

Phone: 617-253-2806

Fax: 617-258-7377

Forms of payment: Cash, check, TechCash, MIT account, MasterCard and Visa, requisitions


Main Campus - 11-004

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The main MIT CopyTech location offers a full blend of services for the MIT community while providing expert advice on the simplest to the most complex projects. We recognize that departments, labs and centers work very differently. Our staff is ready to work toward successful project completion regardless of the request.

  • State-of-the-art digital color production printing
  • High-quality black & white production printing
  • Print on demand - print only what you need!
  • Business cards
  • Self-service printing
  • Course reader service with full copyright compliance in digital and hardcopy formats
  • Bindery service with a full array of finishing options
  • Thesis printing service using Institute-required materials
  • Media services area offers self-service Mac and PC workstations with popular software packages
  • Scan to PDF and burn to CD with printed cover options
  • Kodak photo picture kiosk
  • Wedding invitations and holiday cards; 20% off Birchcraft invitations
  • Infinite Display Digital Signage System
  • Free pick-up and delivery service

Information on price quotes, billing, business cards, invitations or hardcase bindings: copytech_customerservice@mit.edu

Information on file submissions, color copies, photographs or scanning: copytech_media@mit.edu

Send files electronically: http://ctcfiles.mit.edu/copytech/


color copier


Our commitment to our environment

As the largest user of recycled content paper and remanufactured toner/ink cartridges at MIT, MIT CopyTech is a strong advocate for making the right green product purchasing decisions. Manager Steve Dimond states, "Today's recycled papers are every bit as good in performance and quality as virgin stocks used to be. I am confident that the use of remanufactured toner cartridges will grow as the performance and cost savings become widely known."

Member of the Working Green Committee

Yearly participant in Earth Day events


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