product is the tabloid format (280 x 400 mm).
We offer several
customisation options, including grammage, lightness scale and minimum number
of copies and pages.
With post-processing, a printed tabloid can be turned into a trimmed tabloid.
the printed product can be finished by trimming it to a different format by
removing the excess edge around the printing area, creating a product that is
considerably more stylish than the standard tabloid.
We have two
extremely effective paper cutters that we use to trim the edges and change the
format of our printed products. Our products can be trimmed to the following
• The smallest
product: 184 mm x 260 mm
• Trimmed tabloid:
230 mm x 300 mm – 260 mm x 380 mm
We also offer a wide range of other post-processing options.
Our smallest product
We have two extremely effective paper cutters we use to trim the edges and change the format of paper products. The smallest format to which products can be trimmed is 184 mm x 260 mm.
The benefits of our smallest product include inexpensive
prices and fast turnaround times.
This “miniature magazine” is a popular format for products such as brochures, pamphlets and catalogues.
The traditional newspaper format – broadsheet – is still a great option. Its larger size (400 x 560 mm) makes it stand apart, allowing for more freedom in the layout and use of larger images. We offer several customisation options, including grammage, lightness scale and minimum number of copies and pages.
Don’t hesitate to get in touch – we’ll help you choose the best option for you!
SUSANNE STARCK (pictured)