Brouchers help you get your message out fast, using rich, full color and premium materials for maximum impact while managing your budget.
Broucher Size : 5.5″ x 8.5″, 8.5″ x 11″, 8.5″ x 14″, 11 x 17″, 11 x 25.3″, Custom Size
Paper Type : 100lb Paper Gloss, 100lb Paper Matte, 10pt, Cardstock Gloss, 10pt Cardstock Matte
Color : 4 Color Front, 4 Color Both Sides
We use high quality, coated paper stock along with liquid inks to produce bright, beautiful, and smooth color tones that will reflect your professional image. You may use any number of color combinations on either side of your flyers including, but not limited to, full color photographs and logos.
You can write with most ballpoint pens
Compatible with most commercial mailing machines.
Brilliant Colors & Smooth Tones
We use high quality, coated paper stock along with liquid inks to produce bright, beautiful, and smooth color tones that will reflect your professional image.
Self Inking Stamps
Our self inking stamps have an ergonomic shape and are crafted from heavy duty plastics. Not only do they go through rigorous mechanical testing, but are built with precision components for a smooth quiet action. The rubber in your stamp has gone through 25 years of development and is a tack-free high definition photopolymer.
On either side of your brochuer you may opt for the glossy coating or the satin matte finish. The coating provides a slick glossy look that enriches the full color printing by providing depth, while at the same time protecting the ink from fading and moisture. The satin matte finish is smooth and dull providing a soft and elegant look to the card, while helping fingerprints evaporate without a trace.
Our cutting department prides itself with full-bleed trimming and the tightest cutting tolerance available. At only 1/16 of an inch you gain valuable print area, allowing you to place text and other information closer to the edge without worrying if it is going to be trimmed off. All brochures are cut using a full-bleed template and may contain images that continue off the edge of the card to ensure backgrounds and other graphics reach the edge if so desired.