Presentation folders

Presentation Folders

  • In 6 different styles
  • From 100 to 5,000 units
  • Perfect for A4 documents
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Product Information

Product Information for Presentation Folders

Presentation Folders in Overview

Size
220 x 306 mm
216 x 306 mm
225 x 310 mm
240 x 310 mm
260 x 310 mm
Print Run

from 100 to 5,000 units

Number of Sides

printed outside

printed inside and outside

 
Colour Mode

4/0 | 4/4 Euroscale

Material

300 | 350gsm 
silk finish paper 

380gsm
chromium sulphate cardboard silk finish

 
Processing
Folders punching
grooving
Folders grooving
punching
Finishing
Lamination
lamination matt | gloss
Styles

with 2 folded flaps, without window

with 2 folded flaps, with window

with pocket and filing strips

with 3 folded flaps and elastic band

with filing holes and filing strips

without flaps

Hole Punching (For folders with filing holes)
Punched twice
punched twice
Punched 4 times
punched four times
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The Optimal Folder Capacity: The folder capacity describes the thickness of the folder spine. A spine thickness of 5 mm provides space for approx. 50 sheets of 80gsm paper.

Folder Types

Folder Types

With 2 Folded Flaps, Without Window

The two flaps fold over your documents so they remain neatly enclosed within the folder. This folder would make an ideal dossier for customers or employees. You can also include a business card in the provided card slot.

Presentation folders with 2 folded flaps and no window

With Filing Holes and Filing Strips

Your hole-punched documents can be filed together using the filing strip in the presentation folder. With the external filing holes, these presentation folders can be easily and conveniently stored in a larger folder.

Presentation folders with filing holes and filing strips

Without Flaps, Without Window

These are perfect for presenting application documents or customer information professionally. You can order these folders with optional filing strips (white), business card pockets (transparent) or triangular pockets (transparent).

Presentation folders without flaps
Processing Types

Processing Types

Your presentation folder is punched and the folds are grooved. Due to the cutting process, minimal stopping points may be visible at the edge of the presentation folder.

Grooving

Your presentation folder is die cut and the folds are creased. Very small stopping points can be visible on the edges of the presentation folders due to the die cutting process.

Folders punching

Lamination: Matt or gloss?

We finish all of our presentation folders with a laminated coating. This protects your folders from scratching and enchances the overall look and feel of your product.

You can choose between a matt or gloss finish lamination.

Gloss Lamination

A real eye-catcher: Use a gloss finish lamination for vibrant print colours. The coating creates a glossy shimmer that not only attracts attention but also protects your print from external influences.

Online Designer

Design Presentation Folders Online - Online Designer by SAXOPRINT

It's this easy:

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Configure product
Configure product
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Create design
Create your design
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FAQ

FAQ's for Presentation Folders

Do I need to attach the extras such as filing strips or elastic bands myself?

As a rule, we will attach extras such as filing strips or elastic bands to your presentation folders ourselves.

The only exception is for presentation folders without flaps. For this product, filing strips, business card pockets and triangular pockets are all optional extras. These are enclosed with your delivery and can simply be attached to the folder in the desired position.

How do I avoid white edges around my presentation folders, if I want them to be fully printed?

Always add a trim allowance of 3 mm to your artwork file if your design is intended to cover the whole presentation folder or reach the edge of the product. Make sure background pictures and images close to the edge of your design also extend into this area so we can cut them. This prevents thin, white edges from forming after cutting. More information can be found in our Artwork Instructions Guide.

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