We have created template and dieline resources to save you both time and money on your next print project. Custom dieline creation adds extra expense to a project set-up. By using one of the dielines on this list, you will save on set-up fees by using a pre-existing die. (Note that dielines marked with an asterisk [*] are not pre-existing.)
Click on the file type of your choice to download the file you are looking for. The items labeled "dieline" are for items that require die cutting after printing, while the ones labeled "template" are simply guidelines to help with positioning of printed content.
We are pleased to be able to offer you a variety of standard pre-existing presentation folder dielines. Set up your 9"x12" folder to have 1 or 2 straight-cut pockets that are either 3", 4", 5" or 6" deep with standard business card slits (if required). What follows here are two examples of presentation folders.
When designing a brochure with folded panels which nest inside other panels, a few extra precautions ensure a beautiful final product. Leave a 1/4" minimum margin around important information along the outside edge of each inside panel, as inside panels need to be slightly smaller than the outside pages to allow for the folds. Often trimmed to 1/32" or 1/16" under their original size. Plan for these smaller inside panels in your design, and your project will not have to be under-trimmed.
Below are two common 11"x 8.5" brochure folds and the templates for you to follow.
How to Prepare Print Files Using Canva
If using Canva to create your files, it is important to remember to check your export settings. Ensure you are saving your artwork as a high resolution PDF file that includes crop marks and bleed area. To learn how, please download our handy how-to guide.
If you have any questions or concerns about using these templates or dielines,
the staff at Priority Printing Ltd. are just a phone call away. Give us a call anytime!