laser cutting & etching

Transform the ordinary into the extraordinary. Clone Print’s state-of-the-art Epilog laser system allows you to cut contoured shapes and intricate designs with an incredibly fine level of detail and precision which are impossible to produce with other methods. In addition to cutting, Clone Print’s laser system can score, engrave and etch a wide variety of materials. And, unlike blade cuts, laser cutting does not stress or distort materials, nor does it require expensive custom dies.

custom die-cut labels

Full-color die-cut/custom-shaped stickers and labels are the best way to capture your audience’s imagination, promote your business, help you advertise, and build brand identity.


Crisp and clean prints from hard copy originals or digital files, done quickly and accurately. Jazz your documents up by printing them on a variety of different papers.


Color sells! Reproduce your documents in eye-catching color without spending a fortune. Our high-quality digital color printers produce your documents quickly, inexpensively, and in any quantity you desire.


Achieve more “wow” impact with your printed material. White & Gold embellishments add high-value visual and sensory appeal to your printed materials.


Create stunning images in full color or black and white up to 5 feet across. Perfect when you need a little bit more room or want to make a large impression.

Saddle-Stitched Booklet

Saddle-stitching or “bookletizing” is a simple, quick, economical, and polished binding method for documents with a low page count.  With a saddle-stitched booklet, the front and back covers are printed on one sheet of paper.  That piece of paper is placed on the top of the stack of paper that makes up the inside of the booklet, and then the whole booklet is stapled and folded down the middle.  Saddle-stitching examples include catalogs, brochures, marketing materials, and other small documents comprised of eight or more pages (the total number of pages must be divisible by four).

Comb Binding

Comb binding is a popular binding method that is economical, convenient, and has a degree of durability that makes it a good option for just about any document. When a book is comb-bound, an edge is punched with small rectangular holes, and a plastic comb strip is inserted through the holes.  The strip covers the spine, is round, comes in a variety of colors, and can be printed on.  Comb bound books can easily accommodate a large number of pages, add or remove pages as necessary, and can lay flat, so it is a good choice for a book like technical or course manuals.

Coil Binding

Coil binding (also known as spiral binding) is an economical way to achieve a strong, lay-flat binding.  Pages turn very easily and can also be opened back to back while remaining flat. When a book is coil bound, its pages are punched with small round holes, and a plastic coil is threaded through and then trimmed and crimped to the size of the book. Coils come in a variety of colors, but this method of binding does not have a printable spine, and you cannot easily remove or add pages.  Coil binding is a great choice for notebooks, reference materials, yearbooks, and manuals.

Wire-O Binding

Wire-O binding is a sturdier alternative to coil or comb binding but accommodates fewer pages than comb binding.  One advantage of Wire-O binding is that it does not “step up” when opened, allowing images to cross over seamlessly.  When a book is Wire-O bound, its pages are punched with square holes, and a double-loop wire is inserted through the holes.  The loops are crimped together to hold the wire in place.  This double-loop wire is available in a variety of colors, gives a book a polished look and allows it to lay flat.  However, it does not provide a printable spine and you cannot easily remove or add pages.  Wire-O binding is used in books, manuals, notebooks, presentation books, and reference materials.

Tape Binding

Tape-bound books use fabric along the spine to create a stylish look.  Fabric tape, covered on one side with glue, is applied to the edge of the pages of a book, wrapped around the pages and heated to melt the glue onto the paper.  As the glue melts, the taping machine applies pressure and bonds the tape to the front and back covers of the book.  Tape binding allows a printable spine, but you cannot remove or add pages once the book is bound.  Tape binding is a popular method for binding reports, manuals and books.


Clone Digital’s graphic designers can take your vision from inception to creation. Just need a few adjustments or some advice? We can do that, too. Our designers specialize in troubleshooting your digital files to obtain the perfect output.


Increase the response rate for your marketing materials up to 500%. 1:1 customized, personalized marketing materials give you the edge in a competitive world.


Lamination can protect your project from dirt, moisture, scuffing, and discoloration. Clone Print offers 1-sided and 2-sided heat lamination in a variety of different finishes including gloss, matte and soft touch.


Clone Digital offers a variety of other services ranging from carbonless forms to perforating or numbering your documents. If you wish to offset print your work, we also offer that option.

Clone Digital is the county’s leading legal duplication center. We have vast experience in copying documents quickly, accurately, and with the confidentiality the legal system demands.


You never need to leave your desk to use Clone Digital’s services. We offer free pickup and delivery for locations in and around the City of Santa Rosa.

COVID-19 Update:

Clone Print is considered an "Essential Business" under the COVID-19 Shelter-in-Place order and is permitted to remain open. As a result, we are here and ready to support you. Please email us or call if there is anything we can do to help you or your business. Our current hours are Monday – Friday from 9am - 4pm. If this is an emergency, please email [email protected]