All business, large and small, can use the humble printed flyer. Their limited print space is their advantage, in that they offer a method of communicating a single, solitary message that a reader can not over-look.
While printed brochures are the most common printed marketing collateral in Australia, businesses lean towards brochures because they have more information to convey than a single proposition. For example, if you need to convey a restaurant's entire menu, that's a job for a brochure. On the other hand, if all you need to say is, 50% OFF EVERYTHING! you would want that message front and centre and probably not much else.
Here at Saunders Print we specialise in offering online trade prices to business who know where to look. If you're capable of setting up your own flyer print file, then Saunders Print is the online flyer printer for you.
With a wide range of online flyer sizes and papers, most customers will be able to quote, upload and order their printed flyerts online at Saunders Print.
Our Online Flyer Printing Tool will ask you for your Trim Size. The trim size is the size of the Flyer laying out flat, it's finished size. Our online flyer printing ranges from as small as A6 (148mm x 105mm) and prints as large as A2 (594mm x 420mm) and 8pp A4 (840mm x 297mm).
Starting at 80gsm uncoated and ranging up to 350gsm Gloss Art, our online print shop tool offers so many flyer stocks that you'll scratch your head trying to find a use for all of them.
If you've stumbled across this page and you are not sure what GSM means, it refers to the weight of the paper and is an acronym for "Grams Per Square Metre. §Uncoated Stocks are porous and are what the inside pages on a novel generally consist of. ±350gsm is an average Business Card stock; *and the most common stocks for all printed flyers and brochures is 150 to 170gsm Matt or Gloss Art.
The next option you may come across using our online flyer printing site is the Offset Vs Digital options. While Offset Printing is the default option and is good for large quantity printing, the Digital option will reduce the minimin order quantity.
CMYK, 300DPI, Crop Marks and Bleed
Congratulations on getting this far. Here we've listed the basic print set up requirements that all printed brochures have in common. All printed flyer files will need to be set up as CMYK and not include and spot colour, PMS colour or RGB colours. If your file does include one of these, we can still proceed to print, but we can't guarantee the results of your colour.
For the best print flyer quality, please ensure your file and images are set up to 300DPI resolution.
Please also ensure all flyer printing files include 2.3mm offset crop marks and 3 or 4mm bleed.