When it comes to promoting your business or getting the message out about an event or special offer our flyer and leaflet printing services lets you do it in style.
Connect with your customers and reach out to future prospects with high quality printing. We offer different sizes and any quantity, both full colour and black white.
- Additional information
– 115gsm Gloss
– High Quality Digital Printing
– Available in Various Sizes
– Single sided or Double sided
There are a few details to consider when doing Flyer Printing that will affect the outcome of the printing process.
Design: Before you even think about the logistics of flyer printing, you need to have a design in mind. It’s important to keep in mind that flyers are printed on a number of different paper types. This means that you will need to adjust the design to suit the type of paper you are printing on.
Paper Type: There are a number of different paper types used for flyer printing. The type of paper will determine the colour vibrancy and texture of the flyers. It will also affect how easily they can be folded and what type of binding technique will work best with them.
Colour Scheme: Once you know the paper type you will be printing on, you can begin to think about colour. Most printing companies will print using CMYK colour, which will limit the vibrancy of colours. You may want to add a bit of red or orange to your colour scheme to compensate for this.
Binding: Once you have printed your flyers, you will need to decide how to bind them. There are a number of different binding options that will affect the look of your flyers. There are also a few things to keep in mind depending on the type of paper you are using.
Offset Printing: The most common type of flyer printing is offset printing. It is also the most affordable option. This type of flyer printing uses a commercial printing press that applies ink directly to a printing plate. Once printed, the ink will transfer to the paper. This type of printing is best for short run orders with the same design.
Digital Flyer Printing: For longer run orders, digital flyer printing is the best option. This type of printing uses large-format digital printers to create large posters that are then cut to size. This allows you to print a large quantity of flyers at once, but they don’t have the same feel as offset printed flyers.
Screen Printing: If you are looking for a unique look or have a design that can’t be printed using the other methods, screen printing might be a good option. This type of printing uses a woven fabric that is printed using a stencil.
Original Flyers Design Guidelines
Bleed Area: 3.66" x 2.16"
Make sure that your background extends to fill the bleed to avoid your Business Cards having white edges when trimmed.
Trim: 3.50" x 2.0"
This is where we aim to cut your cards.
Safe Area: 3.34" x 1.84"
Make sure any important aspects of your design such as text and logos are inside of the safe area, otherwise they may be cut off.