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Detailed Print Quote Request

Fill in the specification of your print project, leave your contact details, click submit and voila, you’re done!

Our sales team will call with any questions or else will work on an estimate for you and promptly reply to the email address you leave.

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Print Requirements







Enter up to three quantities separated by a comma, that you may require.
The final size of the piece once folded. Enter a custom size in mm eg. '(width)x(height)mm'.
A 'Page' is a printed side. 8pp A4 for example is therefore 4 sheets of A4 printed both sides. You must enter here how many sides in total (including the cover) of the document.
How will the final job be assembled?
Full colour/CMYK/4 colour process all basically mean printing in as many colours as you wish. Spot colours/Patones refers to specific single colours, used where an exact colour must be replicated time after time.
This is for your text pages (or all if it is self cover). Silk, Gloss papers are all coated and are the norm for full colour work - they only differ by level of coating applied, with gloss being the highest. Uncoated papers are being used for stationery and forms. It can be used for full colour works too, but do note, the ink absorbs into the paper so images can look a bit ‘flatter’.
Stock weight in gsm or if unsure simply type 'choose for me'.

Check the boxes if you want fully recycled stock or if you want to make a FSC/PEFC claim.



Cover Specification (Optional)

On many booklets/brochures you'll want the cover on a heavier material and often apply special finishes like lamination, spot UV, foils etc. to really make it stand out. Complete the details here for your cover.


Full colour/CMYK/4 colour process all basically mean printing in as many colours as you wish. Spot colours/Patones refers to specific single colours, used where an exact colour must be replicated time after time.
This is for your text pages (or all if it is self cover). Matt, Silk and Gloss Art papers are all coated and are the norm for full colour work - they only differ by level of coating applied, with gloss being the highest. Uncoated papers are being used for stationery and forms. It can be used for full colour works too, but do note, the ink absorbs into the paper so images can look a bit ‘flatter’.
Stock weight in gsm or if unsure simply type 'choose for me'.









Additional Information

Press ready PDF is the norm or one the professional packages like Indesign or Quark (not Microsoft mind!!). Or would you like our design studio to assist with the master creation?

Any other general comments, suggestion or questions should be added here.