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Cevagraf has over 30 years' experience in catalogue production.
Unlike other printers, we take care of all the production processes of your Brochure. Pre-press, printing and post-press: everything is done in our facilities and under exhaustive quality controls.
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A few years ago the novelty was to have a website, an online catalogue, etc. These days, this doesn't make any difference at all, but having a high quality printed catalogue does. The mere fact of presenting your products by means of a printed catalogue already positions them as "top of the range" within your market niche.
A printed catalogue will be part of your customer's working environment. It can be easily transported, consulted by several people simultaneously, you can make notes about it, it is easy to use.... in addition, a printed catalogue is the best tool for your sales team.
A printed catalogue is a physical object; when you browse through it, what you see will remain in the memory of your potential customer much more intensely than if it were an online catalogue, since some details such as the finishes and the binding make the printed catalogue provoke a deeper impact on the buyer.
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Our team of professionals will layout your project.
We offer different types of binding: PUR paperback, sewn paperback, hardcover, saddle-stitched...
Click on the options below to find out the type of binding that best suits your needs.
In this post we explain in more detail what the differences are between these types of binding:
How to Bind Books: Glued Paperback, Stitched Paperback, or Hardcover?
Unlike other online printing companies, where you necesarily have to place one order for each different version (design) of a product, with us you will achieve considerable savings by indicating that you want several versions of a single catalogue.
A version is a different design of your catalogue, the other specifications remaining the same. That is, content is what changes, physical specifications (number of pages, inks, etc.) do not.
A typical case in which this feature can be useful is the printing of catalogues in several language versions, for example: If you want to print the same catalogue in 4 different languages: Spanish, Catalan, English, French... you must indicate 4 versions.
Quantity: 500. Pages: 96. Size: DIN A4. Paper: Coated semi-matt 115 g. Inks: Colour - 2 sides (4/4).
Getting the layout cost has never been so easy. Once you have indicated your catalogue's specs, just select "Yes, I want layout" in the "options" section of your order, and you will immediately see the layout price.
Any catalogue 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.
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.
We are Brochure Printing experts. Here you will find some tips from our catalogue printing professionals so that your work will be printed in an excellent way.
The production of catalogues implies a more complex process because it requires binding signatures. We bind Softcover catalogues in their different forms (section-sewn, glued or PUR).
Softcover binding implies that the catalogue or book will have a spine. PUR binding is the most widespread binding type and offers a highly resistant and professional finish.
When it comes to printing Brochures, Spiral/Wire-o binding offers a great advantage: you can fully open the catalogue by any page and it will stay open.
That is to say, you can consult your Wire-o/Spiral bound catalogue, leave it open on the table at any page, perform another action in parallel... and you can be sure that the catalogue will remain open. We could say that Wire-o/Spiral bound catalogues are really "hands-free"...
The main advantage of this type of binding is, therefore, its practicality...
The most used and cheapest standard formats are the A4 and A5 sizes that make the most of the sheet of paper. For example, furniture catalogues tend to be Din-A4 horizontal and product catalogues such as those of a hardware store tend to be in vertical format.
If you are going to calculate the printing price on our website, you can customize the size. Simply choose the larger standard size and when ordering please indicate the actual size in the comments field.
If you want to save on paper, choose a standard coated paper. 90% of catalogues on the market are printed on coated paper. This is logical, bearing in mind that in catalogues the most important thing is to accurately reproduce product colours. Coated paper highlights the colour of your images, offset paper turns them off (this is due to the fact that in the case of coated paper the ink does not penetrate the paper, it dries on the surface).
Here are more tips on printing low-cost catalogues .
We offer you the possibility of embellishing the covers of your personalized catalogues with some finishings : the first of them is lamination, which can be glossy or matt, both on one or both sides. The second one is spot UV varnish, which can be glossy on one or both sides. The application of Spot UV varnish to areas you want to highlight confers a very special look to your catalogues. The most common combination is to laminate the covers in matt and then apply the UVI varnish. As a result, the covers of your catalogues will get an excellent quality.
Wire-o consists of two metal thread or wire loops. Spiral consists of a simple wire loop. Both wire-o and spiral binding procedures are equally practical and effective. The only difference is at an aesthetic level, since wire-o is more elegant than spiral... although, as we know, there is no accounting for tastes.
Are you going to print catalogues? There are some technical considerations to bear in mind when making the design.
First of all, wire-o or spiral binding requires drilling the paper, so the wire can be inserted. Since such holes "perforate" the paper, it is necessary to foresee that when designing. If we place texts or images in the area where the holes will be made, they will be perforated. It is essential to know the binding orientation, that is, whether it is going to be done vertically or horizontally. Knowing this, it is necessary to preserve a safety margin of about 10 mm. from the paper edge (on the side of the binding) and be sure not to place any useful information, so that it does not get perforated by the holes. There is no problem if there are images or background motifs in this "safety margin", but it can be more troublesome if there are texts, as legibility could be compromised...
If your Brochure is bound on the short side (e.g., a 14.8 x 21 cm recipe book bound on the 14.8 cm side), when making the design you must bear in mind that, when turning pages, the 10 mm safety margin changes its position: on the front is at the top of the page (header), but on the back is at the bottom of the page (footer).
Bleeds. They should be 3 mm, and all elements that reach the page edges should stick out 3 mm, invading the bleeding area. It is also advisable not to place elements such as page numbers, headers, etc. too close to the page edge. We recommend leaving a safety margin of about 5 mm around the page, and not to place useful information there. This safety margin must be 10 mm on the side of the binding, as mentioned in the previous paragraph.
If the thickness of your catalogue is significant, due to a high number of pages, it is advisable that both the front cover and the back cover be 1 to 2 mm wider than the inner pages. For example, if the format of the inside pages is 210 x 297 mm, then the cover and back cover format should be 212 x 297 mm
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