Brochures Printing

- Any sizes & custom options
- Free shipping within Mumbai
- Work with Parle, Monginis, Godrej etc.

Spring brochures
Paper clip brochures
Adhesive brochures
Punching brochures
Brochures' available fold types

"Book", 1 fold
"Euro", 2 folds
"Window", 2 folds
"Accordion", 2 folds
"Window", 3 folds
"Snale", 3 folds
"Accordion", 3 folds
"Accordion", 4 folds
Basic printing options
Chromo / Art Paper: 40 - 250 gsm
Uncoated / Matte / Glossy / High Gloss UV
4+4 / 4+1 / 4+0 / 1+1 / 1+0
Configure your order
by needed brochures' options
Custom Printing Options
Hot & Cold Foil Stamping
Halftone Effect
Gradient Effect
UV, Spot UV & Varnishing
The method of pressing an image into paper or cardstock to create a three dimensional design. Popular print effect is ideal for giving your print piece a fresh, contemporary look. Often has been used on business cards, greeting cards, and invitations.
Hot & Cold Foil Stamping
Adding foil is an effective way to enhance the quality of your labeled products. Cold foil will lay completely flat against the label surface, while hot foil will have a very slight raised appearance. The subtle dimensionality of hot foil does contribute to a higher-end appearance in some applications.
Halftone Effect
In a halftone, the continuous tones of the picture being reproduced are broken into a series of equally spaced dots of varying size, printed with only one color of ink. The outcome exploits an optical illusion: the tiny halftone dots are blended into smooth tones by the human eye.
Gradient Effect
A gradient is, essentially, a fade from one colour to another. It can be from black to white, grey to darker grey, red to pink etc. It isn't limited to 2 colours, either!

It's all about how many dots of ink are printed in an area. Gradients are commonly used in printing and in most instances produce excellent results.
UV, Spot UV & Varnishing
UV coating, or ultraviolet coating, is a very glossy, shiny liquid coating applied to a printed paper surface and cured on a printing press or special machine using ultraviolet light
Lamination Printing is the process of applying a thin layer of plastic to paper or card sheets to enhance and protect the printed matter. Common types of laminate are gloss, matte and silk. Lamination is often used for packaging, book covers, brochures, business cards and other printed items.
Examples of brochures
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It is customary to call a brochure a product with a content of up to 48 pages. When making brochures, it is assumed that the type of assembly will be stapling. For printing brochures, we use an offset printing method, and according to the types of production, this can be a very different execution of your order. Here you can order printing of brochures in a wide variety of sizes, from the smallest to the A3 format, although the A3 format of the brochure will already resemble a newspaper. The choice of paper for making brochures is also the maximum, we can print on coated papers, on offset paper, printing covers on cardboard or on designer papers.

If you need to order printing of brochures, then we can offer printing and production in standard sizes A4, A5, A6, intermediate sizes 200x200mm, 100x200mm, as well as in any other one you need. Among other things, we carry out orders with an assembly for 1 staple, this applies primarily to the micro-formats A7, or other small-sized products. There are no obstacles for us to have your brochure rectangular, square ... or even round. We carry out printing by offset printing! This is an optimal ratio of price and high quality of your products. Brochure printing can be done in black and white or color, and you can order the production of brochures in combination, color cover and black and white block printing, or vice versa. In addition, we can also perform pantone printing of both the cover and the indoor unit.

Brochures are perhaps the most popular product of any printing house, and in the same way, the largest list of available materials is used for printing and making brochures. Cover printing: most often it is customary to print brochure covers on coated paper 200-300 gsm, or on cardboard from 230 gsm, or if these are service manuals or instructions, then even on paper of 115 gsm, or on design cardboard. Indoor unit page printing: Just like the cover page, there is absolutely no material restriction when printing the indoor unit. The printing of the inner sheets of the block can be performed on offset, book, coated papers, kraft paper on aged paper, with a wide variety of density, from 65 and more.
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