Cover folders no one can pick holes in

If you want to present things without having to punch holes in the materials, opt for a cover folder. These folders are used to store and present documents. Sometimes they contain a single sheet of paper, such as a menu. But they are also perfectly suitable for holding together multiple brochures, a quotation, or a few forms, and they can even contain whole files, in which case they are often referred to as file folders. Other common applications for cover folders are a printed quotation folder, a report folder, a presentation folder, or an appraisal folder. They are suitable for a wide range of applications, and the options are endless. In any case, we always go the extra mile to create a spectacular result no one could pick holes in.

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Processes

Cover folders are usually made of a thinner type of cardboard. An MC cardboard weighing 250-300 grams will suffice for less heavy-duty applications, whereas sulphate cardboard or greyboard covered with printed material can be used for cover folders that will be used for more heavy-duty applications or need to last longer. Sulphate cardboard is pressed directly onto the cover material and then creased and die-cut. For greyboard, the board is first covered with printed material on both sides, and creased afterwards.

Sizes
  • Cardboard size
    – Min 100 x 154mm (h x w)
    – Max 800 x 1400mm (h x w)
  • Three-part folder
    – Min 100 x 154mm (h x w) 4mm margin / 6mm spine
    – Max 405 x 670mm (h x w) 15mm margin / 90mm spine
  • Cardboard thickness for covered board
    – Min 1.5mm
    – Max 4mm
  • Milling
    – Max 1380 x 620mm with 6 milling lines (1 passage)
    – Milling width 5/6/7/8/10/12mm
  • Grooving
    – Max 1050 x 73 mm
    – Min 140 x 100mm
    – Grooves ranging from 90° to 130°
    – Board thickness 1-4mm
  • Creasing
    – Creases, of unlimited length, max width of 500mm, 1st crease at 495mm max