1000 Pack of A4 Interlocking Presentation Folders
Material: 400gsm Silk card.
Printed full colour.
Interlocking retaining flaps,
Lamination: Gloss or Matt Lamination Both sides (OPTION) FREE
Sides printed: Single sided or Double sided NO EXTRA (OPTION)
Capacity: 0mm / 3mm / 4mm / 5mm / 10mm capacity gutter. (OPTION) FREE
Business card slots (OPTIONAL) FREE
FREE UK Delivery
VAT: Prices are +VAT
Supply your own artwork or take advantage of our special offer ARTWORK & DESIGN Package £80
1000 A4 Presentation Folders, Laminated & printed full colour.
Once you have placed your order you can upload your print ready artwork. Please allow 3mm bleed on all sides, and supply as a CMYK PDF with all fonts outlined or embedded and with a resolution of 300dpi. Download our templates to assist with setting up your artwork. Before uploading your artwork, we advise you to go to our Print Checklist & Templates page. Here you will find a step by step guide to checking your artwork. Print templates are available to download for you to use to ensure the correct size & Upload your artwork + add any information regarding your print. If you have ordered our design service email your brief or call us. Your brief will be given to a member of our design team, who will contact you either by phone or email.
A4 Interlocking Presentation Folders are ideal for business use with full colour printing. They are delivered creased and flat, ready for assembly. There is a wide range of different shapes, sizes, capacities and laminations which you can customise to give your clients a bespoke presentation folder.
A4 interlocking folders are completely customisable with a choice of 0mm, 3mm, 5mm, 6mm or 10mm gutter capacity. Folders are printed on the finest 400gsm silk paper, with a choice of matt, gloss and soft touch laminations, and some come complete with die cut business card slots. You can choose between single or double sided printing, as well as single or double sided lamination. We advise laminating folders which have solid ink coverage across creases in order to prevent cracking, and to protect against wear and tear.