The Print Group Australia offer a variety of design and print services for Education and Training Organisations. Our custom designed certificates are certainly a popular product and we can offer a variety of security features to ensure the certificates cannot be easily replicated and of course, meet ASQA and AQF compliance requirements.
In addition to the design and print of your certificate paper, The Print Group Australia can also assist with your branded C4 envelope printing and we also offer box board to help protect your certificates while they are in transit.
The box board is a sturdy 600gsm and placed with the certificate into the envelope to stop the certificate bending or folding while in transit. The board is available to purchase from 100+ sheets at time, or you can purchase a full ream when placing your certificate paper order.
When you are starting a print project it’s important to know the type of paper that you would like to use. When choosing a paper you should consider the coating, if any, as it will ultimately determine the final look and feel of your printed piece.
But what’s the difference between coated and uncoated paper stock?
During manufacturing, all paper starts out uncoated.
Uncoated paper stock is quite absorbent due to its porous surface and will therefore soak up more ink. Quite often referred to as bond paper, this type of paper is often used for printed materials that need to be written on – student workbooks, letterhead, envelopes and so on. It also offers a more ‘natural’, ‘earthy’ or ‘organic’ look for your printed piece. Due to the ink absorbed more into the paper compared to coated stocks, the colours will look different.
In Australia the “A Series” is the accepted paper size series for printing and we will explain the different sizes here. It is actually quite a simple and logical system and using our graph below will help you visualise the page sizes compared to a standard A4. What you will notice is the A-series sizes
Choosing the right paper for your print project can make all the difference. The Print Group Australia use K.W Doggett Fine Paper as our primary supplier and they offer some great questions to get you thinking about what would work best for you: What is the intended use for the final piece and how long
The term DL Flyer is used often in the Printing Industry, but we find it is an in-accurate and often confusing term when it comes to the printing of flyers. The term DL actually refers to the DL Envelope size which is 110mm x 220mm.
Crush is an innovative new range of eco-friendly paper from Favini Fine Papers It has been given a distinctive flecked texture and appearance by adding process residues from fruits and nuts. This video shows the life cycle of one of these materials: the orange. It’s really quite fascinating to watch. It’s an ingenious idea that replaces
The team here at The Print Group Australia can provide advice on the best paper stock to use for your print job. We can provide samples of different stocks and weights to see what would work best – but in the meantime thought we would share some insiders information about Paper Weight, GSM, and what