Calendar Monday, September 24, 2018

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Did you know?

Self-cover is a printed booklet, catalogue or other piece where the paper stock used for the cover pages is the same as that used for the text.

Calendars will advertise your business inside your clients office or home for a year 


Full Colour

 Budget Class
310gsm No Coating
Business Class
420gsm Gloss Coat one side
or Matt Coat both sides

2500 BUY

1000 BUY

Pocket Calendar
90 x 55mm
$75 per 1000$100 per 1000
Pocket Tent Fold Calendar
110 x 90mm
(the calendars come scored ready to fold)
$180 per 1000$195 per 1000
Layback Calendar
227 x 99mm (with die-cut)
$150 per 1000$285 per 1000
Tent Fold Calendar
275 x 170mm (with die-cut)
$395 per 1000$795 per 1000

A6 Calendar
140 x 95mm (with magnet)
$140 per 1000$275 per 1000
DL Calendar
210 x 95mm (with magnet)
$175 per 1000$310 per 1000
A5 Calendar
210 x 148mm (with magnet)
$235 per 1000$450 per 1000

*All prices plus GST (claim GST back on your next BAS statement)
*Artwork setup once up cost & delivery charges apply.
*Prices can change without notice.


Why do I need to look at a proof?

If final press ready artwork is not supplied, your approval on the final proof is assurance that you have looked over every aspect of our work and approve it as accurate. It benefits everyone if errors are caught in the proofing process rather than after the job is completed and delivered.

Can I use Publisher to do artwork?

Publisher is not made for commercial printing. We accept Publisher files but please note that artwork fee will be charged to re-setup your artwork based on your Pub file.

Why Bleed is so important?

Bleeds enable you to print right to the edge of the paper. To create your own bleed template make your work area 3mm bigger around the outside and draw a border, this is where the guillotine will chop your job. Always force your design over the bleed area if you want to print to the edge.
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