The plastic lamination cover adds a touch of sophistication while ensuring long-lasting protection for your planner. With high-quality printing and sturdy construction, our planners offer a perfect blend of functionality and aesthetics.
Spiral Journal Notebook Printing Plastic Lamination Cover Planner
Art paper, kraft paper,coated paper, white or grey paper, silver or gold card paper, special paper etc.
Wire-o binding, spiral binding, hidden wire-o binding, hardcover binding, perfect binding, section stitching binding, saddl
stitching binding, disc bound binding, binder binding
|Decided by Client
|CMYK or Pantone
|AI, PDF, ID, PS, CDR
|Gloss or Matt Lamination, Gold Foil Stamping, Emboss, Deboss and more
Printing a planner with a plastic lamination cover involves specific steps to ensure a durable and professional finish. Here's a guide to help you navigate the process:
Design Your Planner:
Create a well-designed layout for your planner, including monthly and weekly calendars, note pages, and any additional features.
Ensure that the cover design is visually appealing and suitable for lamination.
Select Plastic Lamination Material:
Choose the type of plastic lamination material for the cover. Common options include matte or glossy finishes. Matte lamination offers a softer appearance, while glossy lamination provides a shiny and reflective surface.
Choose Planner Size:
Determine the size of your planner. Common sizes include A5, A4, or letter size.
Ensure that the chosen size aligns with the dimensions of the plastic lamination sheets you plan to use.
Opt for a printing method suitable for your planner. Digital printing is ideal for smaller quantities and on-demand printing, while offset printing is more cost-effective for larger print runs.
Print on High-Quality Paper:
Print the interior pages of the planner on high-quality paper, considering factors like weight and texture.
Ensure that the paper is suitable for writing and can withstand the lamination process.
Take your printed planner covers to a professional lamination service or use a lamination machine.
Place the covers inside the plastic lamination sheets and feed them through the machine. Ensure that the lamination is smooth and free of air bubbles.
Trimming the Laminated Covers:
After lamination, trim the excess lamination material from the edges of the covers. Use a paper cutter for precision.
Choose a binding method for your planner. Options include spiral binding, coil binding, or even a hardcover binding for added durability.
Consider adding additional features to enhance the functionality of your planner, such as pockets, bookmarks, or elastic closures.
Inspect the final product for quality. Ensure that the lamination is even, the printing is clear, and the covers are securely bound.
Package your planners carefully to avoid damage during transportation and storage.
Consider protective packaging, especially if selling and shipping the planners.
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The first thing we do is meeting with our clients and talk through their goals on a future project.
During this meeting, feel free to communicate your ideas and ask lots of questions.
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They are now widely exporting to 200 countries.