Posted October 05, 2018 04:04:10Costco has announced a new service that allows customers to print off woodblock cards and sign books.
Called Woodblock Printing, the service was launched on Monday.
Customers can use the printer to create their own woodblock prints, which can then be scanned by the company’s own computer.
The company also says the service can help customers print off large quantities of books that are not printed on woodblock.
Costco’s Woodblock printing service is available in a wide range of sizes and colors, with colors ranging from black to yellow.
Customers will have to use a scanner or a laser scanner to print out their custom woodblock work.
The company says that’s because the scanner and printer will require electricity and batteries, which could cost as much as $500 for each print.
The Woodblock Service was developed by the Chicago-based printing company, and is available for a limited time at participating stores.
Customers will need to log in to the website and download the software, which requires a free account.
The Woodblock service can be used at a variety of locations, including the US Postal Service, Best Buy, Amazon, Target, and even at Staples.
You’ll also need a Woodblock print printer, a digital projector, a 3D printer, and a digital camera to scan your work.
If you’re not familiar with woodblock, check out our guide to woodblock: How to make woodblock books.