Organize your Message in a Professional Business Booklet
The company’s specialty is booklet printing, and this includes employee handouts, product manuals, quick-start guides, instructional books and inserts. Booklet printing is an important way for businesses to keep in touch with their customers, and to organize information in a systematic way. Booklet printing can be achieved economically depending on the impact a business intends to achieve on a market. Printing can be done in black and white or in color;
- Booklets will help reinforce your message.
- Booklets can be full-color or single-color.
- Booklets can be used for inserts, product manuals, etc.
- The message is excellently communicated through booklets.
- Low pricing, high resolution.
Booklet Printing Product Options
Cover Options: 14pt Hard Cover or Self Cover (80lb – 100lb gloss text) Finishing: Collated, fold, boxed, saddle stitched. Printing: Full color CMYK: 2 sided (4/4) and no coating Sizes: 8.5″ x 11″ and 8.5″ x 5.5″ Pages: 8pg – 64pg (limit) Binding: Portrait, saddle stitch or landscape Production Time: 4 – 6 business days, 3 – 4 business days (available for some options). Significant drying time is needed for the product and should not be hurried.
The acceptable file formats are; .EPS, .PDF, .TIF, .AI, .PSD, .JPG, .TIFF, and .PNG. The client must ensure the proper setup of the artwork and that it is print-ready if they are providing the material for it. The company will put up the printing for the customer and submit for approval if Rush Hour Printing and Graphics is utilized for the artwork.
The file formats need to be no less than 300 dpi (dot per inch) resolution. The images that are used on the web cannot be used for printing because of a low screen resolution (72dpi), and thus the minimum requirement should be met to ensure the highest quality of the final product.
The color mode that should be used is CMYK (cyan, magenta, yellow, black) when providing all artwork and images to be used. The gray scale color mode should be used for corresponding black and white pieces.