How is a magazine made?
Your magazine artwork goes on an incredible journey here at instantprint before the final printed version arrives with you. As soon as you’ve sent us your file, our experienced and dedicated Studio team check through and prepare your artwork against our unique 10-point check system. You can rest assured knowing we’ll never send your perfect bound magazine design down to the Production team without checking it first!
Once your artwork is ready for print, we produce your magazines in our onsite facility using our incredible Heidelberg presses, Muller Martini and Polar guillotines.
Interested to learn more about the process and see it in action for yourself? Watch this video and see how we use the latest technology in our production facility and ensure your magazine printing is perfect when it’s delivered to you.
What if I don't have a deign?
How do I send my design off for magazine printing?
It’s quick and straightforward to send your design off for printing. Simply select your delivery option and product requirements and then click add to basket. Next, choose how you’d like to supply your artwork – either upload a complete design or customise one of our free templates.
Need your shiny new magazines in a hurry? Perhaps your campaign is due to start quicker than you thought! Worry not. We offer a fast turnaround on all our magazine printing services. Select the product you’d like to see the estimated delivery time.
What does 'pp' mean?
If you’ve never done A4 or A5 magazine printing before, this can seem a little confusing. When you’re choosing the number of pages in your magazine you may see the term ‘pp’ – 24pp, for example. This is short for ‘printed pages’.
When you send your magazine design to print, you’ll have to create artwork for both sides of every piece of paper. One printed page is one side of an individual piece of paper. It means a 24pp booklet actually only has 12 physical pieces of paper in it.
Don’t forget – your front and back cover are included as part of this too.
Why do magazines pages go up in fours?
The way our magazine pages are bound together means that page counts for printing are in multiples of four. After printing, the pages are folded and then bound together to create the perfect magazine. The folding is what creates four pages – a front page, two middle pages and a back page.
What can a perfect bound magazine be used for?
You don’t have to use magazine printing just for a typical magazine type. You can be as creative as you want! For your next company newsletter, why not ditch the digital format and surprise your employees with a printed copy instead!
Want to keep your customers updated with your latest products? Print magazines online and post them to your database – or have them in store to hand out with purchases. By doing this, you’ll help encourage them to come back to see or try your new range.
With so many ways for businesses to use this kind of print, make sure you add it to your marketing collateral. Get the best low cost magazine printing from instantprint today.