Final Print offers a high quality range of papers and finishes, including silk, gloss and uncoated, so that we can meet a variety of print needs and budgets. We use the latest digital print technologies to produce sharp, high-quality, high-impact printed materials that are vibrant with colour and smartly designed. If you have an in-house designer, we're happy to work with them to print the brochures or other printed materials, giving a professional print finish to your pre-designed brochures. We offer a variety of sizes, finishes and bindings, and all saddle stitched brochures are available with your choice of a matt or a gloss finish front and back cover.
24 Hour Turnaround Available
We can offer a very fast turnaround on brochure printing – in some cases we can have the printed brochures back to you in less than 24 hours of receiving the design. Speed never compromises the quality of our printed brochures though, so you can rest assured that a fast turnaround is due to our hard work and not corner cutting.
Types of Brochures Printing
We work with a wide range of clients who have varied brochure print needs so we have a lot of experience printing all kinds of brochures and printed material. We regularly print: Brochures Catalogues Programmes Annual reports Menus Manuals Magazine inserts
Brochure Printing - The Specifics
Making a Choice – Useful Advice and Things to Consider
The Cover: A laminated front cover on your brochure, and the use of the thickest weight of paper that you can afford for the cover really improves the appearance of your brochure. We would advise that you use no less than a 200gsm weight paper for laminating – any less than this and you risk some curl to your brochure. Inner Pages: The most popular paper weight for inner brochure pages is 130msg. It's not too thin but is reasonably light, which is worth considering if you intend to mail the brochure to clients after production. For newsletters, especially A4 size, a paper weight of 170msg is usually chosen and gives the best results. When ordering a brochure with a large number of pages, please consider how the paper weight will affect postage charges and mail out charges.