You need Printed Booklets but which material?

Our printed booklets have a variety of useful applications including brochures, catalogues, magazines, newsletters, instruction manuals, theatre programmes, prices lists etc. We create them using a staple binding method: several staples are placed through the centre of all the pages before being clamped closed to create the spine of the booklet. Our bespoke service means that we’re able to create printed booklets from a variety of different materials.

Paper or Card
PVC Ring  Binders
PVC
paper
Polypropylene
Polypropolene Ring Binders
Something Different
Different Ring  Binders

The most popular material for printed booklets is paper or card due to the ease with which it can be printed on. We have a huge range of paper and card types to choose from, and all of our booklets can be digitally, litho or screen printed according to your requirements.

Paper or card may not be suitable for your application; if you’re looking for something more rigid and durable then opt for PVC. We recommend choosing PVC which is 200 microns thick as it’s both flexible and strong. We use digital, litho, or screen printing to finish your booklet to a high quality.

If paper, card and PVC aren’t durable enough then polypropylene is a great option. We recommend choosing polypropylene which is 350 microns thick as it is strong and durable. Your printed booklet will be finished to a high standard using litho, digital or screen printing.

We offer a completely bespoke service and are able to produce printed booklet covers from a wide range of materials, including acrylic, metal, wood, leather etc. Please don’t hesitate to contact us to discuss your requirements.

We make your product to your specification, so let your imagination run wild,
and we’ll make you wonderful products that you can be proud of.