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Printing bi-folds for more than 30 years
Cevagraf has over 30 years' experience in half-fold production.
The advantages of an Integral Service.
Unlike other printers, we take care of all the production processes of your half-folds. Pre-press, printing and post-press: everything is done in our facilities and under exhaustive quality controls.
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The benefits of printing half-fold brochures
Half-fold brochure printing is an excellent decision when it comes to giving a boost to promote an event, a store, professional services...
Combining half-fold printing with proper distribution will allow you to meet your promotional goals.
The possibilities of promotional half-fold brochures are really unlimited.
How does it work if...
...you have a PDF to print?
Upload a PDF file of your design.
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Upload the PDF file
We check your PDF
You approve the PDF
We print the job
You get your order
... you need to have the layout done?
Our team of professionals will layout your project.
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We specify details
Send the info
We prepare the layout for you
You approve the file
We print the job
You get your order
Choose from a wide range of papers for your half-fold brochure.
We offer you a greater variety of papers than any other online printer: up to 24 different types of paper to print your half-fold brochures - you're sure to find the one that suits your needs!
According to the study "Personalized Marketing: maximizing relevance and revenue" carried out by VentureBeat, personalized messages increase by more than 50% the effectiveness of advertising actions.
In the field of print marketing, Variable Data Printing (VDP) is the tool that allows you to take advantage of the benefits of customization.
Now you can easily customize your half-fold brochures, here you can see how to order variable data printing. It's that easy!
Increase the impact of your advertising campaigns.
The power of personalization.
Any half-fold brochure order you make with us includes a basic review of the files to be printed, but if you want we can offer you a professional review, of greater scope and level of detail.
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NOTE: This type of service is not binding on the final product quality. We disclaim any liability related to problems arising from incorrect treatment of the original file by the customer. Both the Basic Revision and the Professional Revision are services offerred by CEVAGRAF, SCCL with the only purpose of helping you to manage your files correctly, and we are only responsible for the possible damages caused by our inefficient work. The errors that are originated mainly by the original files will be the responsibility of the client, although CEVAGRAF, SCCL had not noticed nor warned of the error occurred.
Half-fold brochure printing.
Printing bi-folds is one of the most effective forms of advertising. In fact, half-fold brochures combine the advantages of flyers with the practicality of two-section brochures. Discover all that half-fold brochure printing can do for you...
As the name suggests, half-folds are advertising brochures folded in half , i.e. consisting of 2 panels or sections. Usually, both sections are the same width. But it is not uncommon to print asymmetrical half-fold brochures, in which the size of the two panels is unequal.
In asymmetrical brochures, it is more common for the front cover to be shorter than the back cover. Thus, if the brochure is closed you can see, in addition to the front cover, a strip showing the inside of the back cover.
In our online shop we offer a wide range of formats for your half-folds. From the smallest formats (5 x 17 cm. and 9.7 x 15 cm.) to the largest ones (DIN A3), there's a long list of intermediate formats. The range of paper types and weights is also extensive. Our aim is to satisfy all your needs when it comes to this type of brochure.
We also offer you some finishings that add that touch of exclusivity to your half-fold brochures.
First of all, you can choose the option to drill holes, so that the brochures can be filled into ring folders. Also, you can choose the rounded corners option to round the upper and lower corners, on the front side (opposite the spine).
And the most interesting thing is that you can customize your brochures! In fact, using the variable data technique (VDP), you can make each of your half-folds unique. If, for example, you want each recipient to receive the half-fold with their name and an access code to a restricted area of your website, in our online store you can select 2 variables (or fields): one for the user's name and another for the access code.
When printing half-fold brochures, it is important to work with the source document as a double-page spread.
For example, if we have a diptych format 21 x 21 cm. open and 10 x 21 cm. closed, in our desktop publishing program we will set up a document with 2 pages 21 x 21 cm. To limit the two panels of the brochure, it is enough to place a guide in the center of the document. In the first page we will layout the inner spread, while in the other page we will layout the outer spread.
Special attention should be paid to the outer spread, since the panel on the left corresponds to the back cover, while the panel on the right corresponds to the front cover. Likewise, in the document it is necessary to set a bleeding area of 3 mm., and all those elements that have to bleed out from the edge, must extend 3 mm. from the limits of the page.
It is convenient to leave a safety margin between 3 and 5 mm. around the 4 sides of the page, in which shouldn't be placed elements that don't have to be printed in the edge.
When printing half-folds, it is necessary to take into account the width of the panels in order to place the different elements . It is important to respect the imaginary folding line.
Furthermore, the images' resolution (photographs and logos) must be adequate to ensure a high quality reproduction, avoiding the undesirable effect of "pixelization".