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Description

Custom Design - Design your own

Below is an outline of the key options when deciding on a catalogue.

1. Size – Pick what your finished size should be, think of it as a closed book size.


 
A4 – The standard size of office paper
Dimensions - 297mm x 210mm

 
A5 – smaller than A4 – half the size
Dimensions - 210mm x 148mm


Custom – Custom made for you
Dimensions - To your size


2. Binding – Our Bindings are listed below – lowest price first.
 
Booklet Binding – Catalogues are a good example of this finishing technique. Pages are folded and twin stapled, called Saddle Stitching. This is the most economical method of finishing for a catalogue. (for more details click here)

Plastic Binding – This is a good binding method for technical manuals that have a lot of pages and must lie flat. Pages can be added or removed as needed. (for more detail click here)

Wire Binding – This is one of the most popular catalogue binding methods used and also allows the pages to lie flat. (for more details click here)

Perfect Binding - It gives you the look and feel of a book and a advantage is that you can print side spine of the book. (for more details click here)


3. Cover - Card Stock
 
A. Gloss - If you like a shiny look then this is the choice for you.


Card Weight
Economy: 150 gsm, 170 gsm
Standard: 200 gsm, 250 gsm
Premium: 300 gsm, 350 gsm


B. Matt - Matt is easier on the eye and easier to read as it reduces reflections.


Card Weight
Economy: 150 gsm, 170 gsm
Standard: 200 gsm, 250 gsm
Premium: 300 gsm, 350 gsm
C. Print – your choice
Full Colour print
Black & White print


4. Paper

Choose your paper weight for the contents of your catalogues, manuals and booklets.

 
Economy: 80gsm - perfect for black and white printing.
Standard: 100gsm or 130 gsm for colour printing and black & white
Premium: 150gsm for a premium look and feel

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