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Offset Booklet Printing

CloudPrint Group offers both professional digital and offset printing services for booklets. We quote using the most economical method allowing you to benefit good quality at an affordable price. Get in touch with our team to learn more about the printing service we can offer today.

What is the difference with offset and digital printing? Offset is the method that involves transferring the inked (negative) image to a rubber blanket which is then ‘offset’ onto a substrate (usually paper) back into a (positive) flat image. Digital printing has two different formats. Small size sheets and small quantities are printed on one of our high speed colour presses and the larger paper or synthetic adhesive are printed from roll stock and thicker substrate material printed on a wide format flat-bed machine.

Booklets FAQ

Why should I print offset booklets over digital?

Offset printing offers several advantages, which includes:

Efficiency and price: When your book quantity is more than 100 it often is more economical to consider the offset price option. We usually check both options at the estimating stage. The speed of printing offset and lower unit cost means you’ll get the booklets at the best price.

Quality: You can enjoy a higher quality booklet with offset printing. This is especially true when you are adding embellishing for example; Foiling, Embossing or Laminating to the covers on larger quantity runs which insures that the quality remains consistent.

Colours: Pantone, Metallic and Fluorescent colours are easily replicated with offset printing. The colours stand off the page and often enhance the overall appearance.

What sizes are available for booklets?

Booklets range from the small A6 (148 x 105mm) size up to A3 (420 x 297mm) size and everything in between including the familiar A5 and A4 sizes using both digital and offset printing methods.

What binding options are available for booklets?

The two most common binding methods of booklets are saddle stitch (2 staples along the spine) and perfect bound (5mm+ spine width often allowing for title text). Spiral, Wiro, Canadian Binding are just a few more options but contact our sales department to discuss the best option for your project.

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