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Printulu recommends making sure that your brochures and booklets are printed in high quality. The professional brochure maker should put considerable thought into their layout and design to bring the story of their business to life. The basic content of brochures should include your company name and logo, products and service illustrations, as well as descriptions. It is also important to include contact details such as the company’s address, email address, telephone numbers and website address. For the best results, use professional design tools such as Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, or Illustrator. Ensure that your saved artwork file adheres to all the items on our checklist. If you are not comfortable with the respective design software, we recommend making use of our professional in-house design services. We can even create brochure templates to assist you!

Our Services Printulu enables you to customise your brochures and booklets and guarantees the best quality. We offer a number of options for you to configure your brochures and booklets in terms of format, number of pages, paper, refinements, colour, and binding to make your brochures and booklets your own. Printulu ensures that your brochures and booklets reach you safely and in time. Our brochure printing cost is also competitive! The best part? We deliver all over South Africa. Paper 80gsm bond paper is most widely used in your office printer. This makes it the most popular and cost-effective paper for printing notepads and other business stationery. 100gsm paper is popular paper used for brochure printing. The low cost and good quality make it suitable for displaying information about your business, products, and services. The paper’s classy and smooth touch enhances your brand. 170gsm paper is the best choice for premium paper at an affordable price. It provides a classy feel on strong paper at a reasonable cost. 250gsm paper gives your brochures a strong and premium touch and is ideal for premium brands. Hand these out at meetings or presentations. 250gsm paper is great if you want brochures that are more robust against unwanted folding and worn edges. This paper will represent the premium appeal of your brand. Refinement Saddle Stitch Binding is a popular book binding method in which folded sheets are stapled through the fold line with wire staples. The staples are passed through the fold from the outside and closed between the centermost pages.

We don’t offer leather-bound covers. However, you can request that your cover page is a higher weighted paper than your inside pages. Send a request to support@printulu.co.za with your cover and inside page requirements.

Our standard offering is up to 60-96 pages. We can print anything within those boundaries. The thickness of the paper selected for the inner pages will limit the number of pages that can be bound. However, if you have relatively complex requirements such as more pages, different covers, and finishes, you can email support@printulu.co.za and one of our customer service consultants will process your request accordingly.

Bleed is the area around your artwork that is trimmed off. This allows your design to look as if it was printed to the edge, even when the cutting alignment was slightly off. Your bleed should always extend to at least 3mm.

The history of booklets is as old as writing on paper. This started with tablets, scrolls, and sheets of papyrus. What immediately predates the bound multi-page books we know today are handbound, and sometimes handwritten, codices which could only be afforded by the ultra-wealthy. Thanks to the invention of the printing press, introduced to us by Johannes Gutenberg, many have access today to a plethora of books at reasonable costs. These advancements in mass production techniques also enabled businesses to print booklets showcasing their goods and services.