Spot UV Stapled Booklets

Spot UV stapled booklet printing enhances key design elements by incorporating a sleek and glossy finish. The addition of spot UV creates a flat or raised 3D effect, adding eye-catching dimension to specific areas of the booklet. This sophisticated printing technique not only elevates the overall aesthetic but also ensures a memorable and visually striking presentation of your content.

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Product Specifications

  • Spot UV Stapled Booklets
  • Wide Range of Booklet Sizes
  • 250gsm / 350gsm Silk Cover
  • Gloss / Silk / Uncoated Inner
  • Flat / Raised 3D Effect Spot UV
  • FREE NATIONWIDE DELIVERY
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    Flat vs Raised Spot UV
    Raised Spot UV offers more texture and depth compared to flat Spot UV because it uses a thicker varnish during application.

    Flat vs Raised Spot UV
    Raised Spot UV offers more texture and depth compared to flat Spot UV because it uses a thicker varnish during application.

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Spot UV Stapled Booklets from Cheap as Prints

Spot UV stapled booklets with matt or soft-touch lamination represent the pinnacle of print sophistication, blending tactile elegance with visual allure. These booklets offer an exquisite choice for businesses seeking to make a memorable impression with their marketing collateral. The integration of spot UV coating allows specific areas of the design to receive a glossy, raised finish, creating a visually striking contrast with the matt or soft-touch lamination. This technique is particularly effective in highlighting logos, product images and other key visuals in a visually compelling way that draws the viewer’s attention to the most important elements of the design.

The adaptability of stapled spot UV booklets extends to a variety of size options, accommodating a wide range of content requirements. Ranging range from compact A6 and DL sizes to the larger A5, A4, 148mm square and 210mm square choices, businesses can select the format that aligns with their messaging needs.

One of the key benefits of stapled binding is its cost-effectiveness compared to other binding methods. The simplicity of the stapled binding process also allows for quicker turnaround times, which is an important factor for time-sensitive projects. Additionally, the stapled finish allows for a relatively lay-flat design, which allows the pages to open and lie flat easily. This makes stapled binding well-suited for documents that need to be referenced frequently, as it enables the reader to smoothly flip through the pages without the binding getting in the way.

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Get your spot UV stapled booklets ordered online today! Upload your artwork file or let our professional designers help! To get a quote for your booklet project, kindly send us a detailed design brief outlining your specific requirements to info@cheapasprints.com. Our team will promptly review the information and provide you with an accurate quote for your booklet printing project.

FAQ's

  • What does ‘PP’ mean?

    ‘PP’ commonly stands for “pages” in the context of booklets or documents, indicating the total number of pages.

  • What is the difference between flat and raised 3D spot UV?

    Flat spot UV involves applying a glossy, transparent coating to specific areas of a printed surface, creating a subtle shine without raising the printed elements. In contrast, raised 3D spot UV adds an elevated dimension to selected areas, providing a tactile and textured effect in addition to the glossy finish.

  • Why isn’t spot UV possible with gloss lamination?

    Spot UV and gloss lamination serve similar purposes in enhancing print materials, but cannot be combined because the gloss lamination process covers the entire surface uniformly, including the areas where spot UV is applied. Spot UV requires specific areas to remain uncoated to create contrast, making it incompatible with gloss lamination.

  • What kind of designs work well with spot UV?

    Spot UV works well with designs that have high contrast, such as bold typography or intricate patterns, as it creates a visually striking effect by adding a glossy, raised layer to specific areas. Logos, text, or images with fine details can also benefit from spot UV to enhance visual appeal and create a tactile experience.

  • How does matt or soft-touch lamination compliment spot UV?

    Matt or soft-touch lamination compliments spot UV by providing a smooth, velvety finish to the overall design, creating a tactile contrast to the glossy and raised areas enhanced by spot UV. This combination not only adds visual interest but also enhances the sensory experience, making the printed material both visually and texturally appealing.

  • What is the difference between matt and soft-touch lamination?

    Matt lamination provides a flat, non-reflective finish, giving a subdued appearance and adding durability. Soft-touch lamination, on the other hand, offers a tactile, velvety feel, enhancing the perception of luxury and sophistication while also protecting against wear and tear.

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