Standard glossy paper stock, about as thick as a light magazine cover. The shiny finish provides an excellent opaque base for rich process color printing. This is our most popular type of stock for Brochure printing, Catalog Inserts, Flyers, Posters, Booklets. etc.
Similar to the 80# gloss text, but 25% thicker and heavier, for a more substantial feeling piece. Standard Uses: Brochures, Information Sheets, Posters. There is a minimal up charge for 100# over the 80#. 100# is not recommended for large booklets.
This stock is uncoated with a non-gloss finish. It provides an excellent opaque base for easy to read, crisp typography. Standard Uses: Brochures, Newsletters, Catalog Inserts, and Flyers, etc. This stock is recommended for any piece that needs to be written on.
UV coating is a highly protective, ultra-shiny gloss coating that we apply and then cure on a special machine using ultraviolet light. The solvent-free UV coating provides an extremely hard finish that’s chemical and abrasion resistant. It makes details really pop! On deep colors, it results in a stunning, almost wet appearance. Perfect when you want an environmentally-friendly and durable piece with a richer, high-end look and feel.
Prime Source can bind saddle stitched books in house. When giving us specs on a booklet, reference the finished size when folded and the number of pages. Page count is the total pages including the front and back cover. If the book is going to have the same stock throughout then call it a self cover. If the cover is going to be a 111# Gloss cover and the guts are 80# gloss text then call it a plus cover (8 page guts plus cover would be total of 12 pages).
Always reference the finished size of the piece. Prime source will always gang (run the job multiple up) to save the customer money.
Prime Source is reliable, fast and accurate on any jobs sent. Not only are the employees professional but they are extremely amiable and will help you with any questions or design you may have. We have been doing business with Prime Source for over 13 years and there has never been a job too small or too large for them to handle.