8-Page Brochure Printing

by admin on 04/01/2009

by admin  |  April 1, 2009  |  Print Tips

Eight-page Brochure Printing is easier than it sounds. At UPrinting.com, we offer three simple options to create an eight-page effect ranging from an affordable accordion fold to a bound booklet:


Great Types of 8-Page Brochure Printing

Accordion Fold 8-Page Brochure Printing

Here at UPrinting.com, we offer a 4-panel accordion fold which works out to 8 pages. For this type of fold, we recommend using an 8.5” x 14” sheet as a minimum size. Our standard brochure stock choices go up to 11” x 25.375”, but we also do custom size brochures all the way up to 26” in width (that’s a lot of space).

Filling all 8-pages of the brochure (that’s including the back panels) can sometimes be overwhelming. Most designers opt to fill the backside with an image, color or basic design.

Roll Fold 8-Page Brochure Printing

Like an accordion fold, our roll fold produces 4 panels and an 8-page brochure. However, the folds turn in on one another, instead of running in opposite directions. Like our accordion fold choices, the stock sizes and choices are the same.

With both of our 8-page brochure printing options, we offer free templates to help you layout what can be a complex design. These free brochure templates are available in Photoshop, PostScript 10, Illustrator, PostScript CS3, Publisher, JPEG and Acrobat formats.

If you’re new to 8-page Brochure Printing, print out your drafts and proofs before you finalize your design. This is a great time to actually fold your rough copy and get a feel for how the 8-page layout actually flows.

Catalog 8-Page Brochure Printing

If you’re looking for more of a booklet-style 8-page brochure printing service, try our catalog printing service. Offered in both saddle stitching and Wire-O-Binding, our catalogs start at 8 printed pages (that’s 4 inside pages plus a cover) with full color on both sides. Our 8-page Catalog Brochures are available in three different sizes: 8.5” x 5.5”, 8.5” x 11” and 12” x 12”.

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