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Booklets

The extension of the package insert.

Multiple languages, lots of text and graphic illustrations: the reasons for choosing a booklet are as many and varied as the ways they can be realised. We help you produce your instructions for use, from initial advice through to final packaging.

 

Büetiger AG core competence - Adhesive binding

Adhesive binding

Booklets with more than 120 pages normally have an adhesive binding, in other words, the pages are held together with special glue. There is a wide range of formats and options for booklets with adhesive bindings too, for example, coated paper can be used instead of India paper.

Büetiger AG core competence - Back-stitching

Back-stitching

The classic way to produce booklets with more than 8 pages is wire-stitching. With this method, the sheets are stitched together with one or two staples (depending on the format).

Büetiger AG core competence - Wiro binding

Wiro binding

One rarely used, but no less popular way to produce booklets is to use Wiro binding. With this method, the booklet is perforated in a specific manner and the pages are held together by a metal or plastic spiral.

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Specifications

Your options for the production of instructions for use.

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Paper

Certified pharmaceutical paper
40–60g/m2
Medical paper
50g/m2
Coated/uncoated papers
50–150g/m2, UG 50–350g/m2
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Printing methods

Rotary offset
Sheet-fed offset
Digital printing
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Print formats

Maximum print format
980x660mm
Minimum print format
105x105mm
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Colour scheme

Single-/multi-colour
Pantone
Scale (CMYK)
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Folding formats

Maximum folding format (open)
297x420mm
Minimum folding format (folded))
hoch: 58x89mm, quer: 80x40mm
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Types of fold

Back-stitching
WIRO
Adhesive binding

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