Presentation Folders & Wallets.
Presentation folders and wallets are one of the most dynamic printed pieces available to companies today. Not only do they provide the basic function of keeping all printed collateral together, they also provide the real estate to design a strong visual message to customers.
Worldwide Printing Solutions has a range of presentation folders and wallet options available depending on the style you require and the quantity of material to be inserted into the folder. You may need a gusset on the spine and pocket to hold extra copies. Need a place for a business card? No problem – we can easily die-cut slits to hold your card.
We can digitally print your folders, which means you can have them individually personalised and order quantities from as low as 50. We can also supply a range of folder die-lines to your designer upon request.
Presentation Folders & Wallets Finishing Options
There are a number of finishing options you can use to make your presentation folders & Wallets stand out. Why not give it that extra special look and feel with the following popular options
A UV Varnish is a liquid coating that is applied to the surface of a sheet which is then dried/cured under an ultra violet light. This has the effect of highlighting and drawing attention to parts of the design, but it also provides the additional visual stimulus of having varied textures on a single printed surface.
Lamination adds a layer of protective coating either gloss or matte to the printed piece. Lamination improves the sturdiness of the piece as well as giving it a level of water resistance. If a gloss laminate is applied to the printed surface, photos and images appear to have more shine and brightness. Matte laminated prints are more subdued but add an elegant finish to the printed surface.
MetalFX is a process of mixing metallic silver with a variety of process colours to give the desired effect. The process gives a metallic lustre to the printed image.
Embossing and Debossing are the processes of creating either raised or recessed relief images and designs in paper and other materials. An embossed pattern is raised against the background, while a debossed pattern is sunken into the surface of the material (but might protrude somewhat on the reverse side).
Die Cutting is a unique feature that can make your printed piece stand out. Die cutting is a process used to cut paper into specific shapes using a steel cutting die. Die Cut shapes are endless and and gives a printed piece a noticeable and eye-catching finish.
Foiling is the application of metallic or pigmented foil onto a solid surface by application of a heated die onto foil, making it permanently adhere to the surface. The foil stamp is a permanent process. Foils come in a wide selection of colours and finishes, from the most commonly used metallic gold and silver to foils with pearlescent and holographic effects.