Saddle Stitched Booklets

At Rogue Print and Mail, we do runs of saddle stitched booklets at really high quality, for any quantity from 1, to 100,000!! And we do them at amazing prices, in high quality colour, and fast!

What is saddle stitching?

Saddle Stitching is where we take flat sheets of paper, staple them in the middle {along what will become the spine} and then fold them in half.  Further, we also offer Square edged spines which make the document look even more professional, and we back trim the front, top and bottom edges for full bleed documents, presenting a truly professional magazine or booklet style result.

Just check out some of our work on the image gallery on this page!

What Paper Stock can I print my booklets on?

We offer a range of paper stocks in our pricing form we encourage you to browse through.

If you are seeking a standard paper stock, we recommend selecting either Matt (Mondi Uncoated), or Gloss (Titan Sovereign). 

How do I set up Saddle Stitched Booklets for print?

To correctly set up a booklet for print, you will need to supply a single page scrolling PDF in the correct page order. 

For the best outcome, use professional design software or hire a designer to set the artwork up for you. At Rogue, we have a team of designers available to assist with artwork set up at very reasonable rates.

If you have set your artwork up in Indesign or other graphics software as a page spread, all you need to do is make sure that in the PDF export settings, under 'General', that 'Pages' is ticked, not 'Spreads'.

Booklets must have a page quantity that is a multiple of 4, with a minimum of 8 pages to create a booklet (including covers). Booklets must have a page quantity that is a multiple of 4, with a minimum of 8 pages to create a booklet (including covers). If you supply a quantity of pages that isn’t a multiple of 4, we will need to send your artwork back to you for adjustment.

We have free print templates (.indd and .pdf formats) available here.

All artwork is required in our standard print ready format.

What page count can you print up to?

Our online pricer has a limit of 44 pages including covers, however if you require a larger amount please contact us for a quote.

What sizes/styles can I print?

We can offer finished sizes of A6, A5, A4, DL, A4 Landscape, 210 x 210mm and many more shapes and sizes.

What are the finishing options?

Standard finishing and coating include the following, but we can print almost any kind of coating or embellishment you require!

  • Matt cello/lamination
  • Gloss cello/lamination
  • Spot UV
  • Foil - gold, silver etc
  • Emboss
  • Deboss

Can I get an instant price on booklets?

Yes! Click here to get an instant booklet quote online

Check Basic Prices Here

So you have a presentation or a marketing submission, or even a multi-page brochure for your business that you want to look really professional?

Your first thought - I'll bind it - you know... the usual coil or wire or spiral binding that makes your document look like something from a 1990s sales presentation!!

But what other cost effective options are there that will make my document look great and that won't cost me the earth?

Because so often, when you go to the printer, they charge you even more for saddle stitched booklets then they do for bound booklets!!  And they make you wait for days to get your job completed!

At Rogue Print and Mail, we do runs of saddle stitched booklets at really high quality, for any quantity from 1, to 100,000!! 

And we do them at amazing prices, in high quality colour, and fast!

Any booklet, presentation or magazine up to 80 pages, we can offer saddle stitching options for.

What sizes do we offer?

We can offer finished sizes of A6, A5, A4, DL, A4 Landscape, 210mm x 210mm square - and many more shapes and sizes.

Artwork set up

Click here to get our finished artwork specifications and free templates

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