Example prices of stiched brochures
Content: artprint coated paper, 4/4 colors
Cover: artprint coated paper, 4/4 colors + 1/1 waterbased warnishing
Processing: Stitched

Format: 148 x 210 mm - portrait
Content: 130 g / m² coated paper,
4/4 euro scale

Pages Quantity
1000 2000 4000 8000
16 215 292 409 644
32 291 404 626 1069
48 480 672 986 1812

Format: 210x297 mm - portrait
Content: 130 g / m² coated paper,
4/4 euro scale

Pages Quantity
1000 2000 4000 8000
16 283 390 595 1006
32 494 693 1094 1892
48 680 595 1539 2697

Format: 148 x 210 mm - portrait
Cover: 250 g/m2 coated paper
4/4 colors + warnish
Content: 130 g / m² coated paper,
4/4 euro scale

Pages Quantity
1000 2000 4000 8000
16+cover 400 494 663 1017
32+cover 457 600 876 1431
48+cover 641 850 1231 2008

Format: 210x297 mm - portrait
Cover: 250 g/m2 coated paper
4/4 colors + warnish
Content: 130 g / m² coated paper,
4/4 euro scale

Pages Quantity
1000 2000 4000 8000
16+cover 452 587 849 1379
32+cover 660 889 1343 2207
48+cover 830 1153 1784 3053

Stiched brochures with full color inlay
• Free professional file check and PDF softproof
• Production time - 5 to 10 full working days from print approval
• Regular customer pay invoice after delivery
• Packaging: in boxes, transport safe on pallets
• Neutral shipping is possible


Fixing brochure pages with a metal staple is a low-cost method. This is commonly used for small numbers of pages (up to 96 pages, depending on paper thickness).

Three types of staples are available:

Loop staples allow you to insert the brochure into a ring binder.

Child-friendly staples are bent in the brochure opening to avoid little fingers being hurt. This type of staples is frequently used in colouring books and textbooks.

Advantages:

  • Low-cost.
  • The brochure can be opened to 180 degrees, or even 360 degrees if necessary.
  • Techniques to transfer images from one page to another can be applied.
  • To ensure durability it can be stapled with four or five staples (for example, for schoolbooks).

Disadvantages:

  • The spine of a thick brochure is not as nice to look at; it becomes curved and the brochure does not close fully.

It is highly recommended to glue or sew brochures thicker than 4mm.