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Your print job has been carefully designed, the appropriate paper stock selected and then printed. Once your job has been printed it is then 'finished'.
This can mean the pages need to be hole punched if it is going to be presented in a ring binder. Or perhaps it is a flyer with a perforated tear off coupon that is redeemed at a retailer. Or it could be your company brochure that has been printed on A4 and is now ready to be folded.
All these techniques are finishing techniques that create the final article, whether it s a training manual, point of sale flyer, or company brochure.
Punching is required when pages are going to be bound. Pages are hole-punched then the binding method is applied.
Perforating is used when a section of a page is designed to be torn off. For example, a tear off coupon at the bottom of a promotional flyer.
Creasing and Folding
Creasing and folding really go together. Creasing of paper is used to aid the folding process. Paper that is creased prior to folding is much neater. A good example is an A4 sheet that is folded to DLE size.
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