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Brochure Printing
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QinPrinting provides first-class professional brochure printing to businesses, non-profits, educational institutions, medical services, and independent publishers around the world

Whatever type of brochures you’d like to print—including a fully customized design if you wish—gatefold, accordion fold, bi-fold, tri-fold, roll fold, French fold, parallel fold, or broadsheet style brochures—you can be confident that we’ll handle the job with professionalism, technical competence, and a touch of creativity. We’ll deliver exceptional quality brochures that will work hard to promote your brand and amplify your message wherever they catch the public’s eye.

At QinPrinting we offer a comprehensive array of paper stocks, finishes, coatings, and special features together with state-of-the-art offset printing technology. We make it easy for you to find a brochure solution within your budget.

We are an offset printer, rather than a digital or print-on-demand service, so we must impose a minimum order quantity (MOQ). We’ve set ours as low as possible, at 100 units. But with offset printing, the higher the quantity you order in a single print run, the lower the cost-per-unit.
Choose preset dimensions from the dropdown menu or click “CUSTOM SIZE” to enter your own custom dimensions.
Please use the format, width x height; so, 5.5″ x 8.5″ would mean 5.5″ wide and 8.5″ high.
flyer size
The possible size range is 3.54″ to 33.07″ in width, or 3.54″ to 23.39″ in height, allowing for portrait or landscape orientation.
Full colour printing
If you would like a customized fold, please get in touch.
If you need special paper not shown in the dropdown menu, please contact us.
1 gsm ≈ 0.68 lb Text Paper
We laminate only the outside of the flyer.
We offer a comprehensive selection of special surface finishes that we can apply to most flyers, with a few limitations. For example, spot UV can only be applied to matte laminated and soft-touch laminated flyers.
These options are only suitable for gold or silver foil stamping up to a 150 mm x 30 mm area; and embossing, debossing, or spot UV up to a 200 mm x 50 mm area. If the special finish area you need is larger than this, please contact us to get a quote.
Besides gold and silver foil, we can foil stamp designs in a range of colours. If you need a special colour foil stamp or have specific surface requests, please contact us. We’ll be happy to help.
EXW Price 
*The price doesn’t include shipping costs.
Contact us for the shipping fee.
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How Much Does It Cost to Print A Brochure?

Our vision is to make high-quality enterprise printing accessible to everyone: entrepreneurs, small business owners, educational and medical services, and non-profits; not only national and multinational corporations. That’s why we constantly review our processes, protocols, and supply chains to make sure we can always deliver world-class quality at globally competitive pricing. To get a quick idea of how much printing your brochures with us would cost, check out the at-a-glance charts below.

Bi-Folding Brochure Printing Price Chart

All prices listed in AUD

Quantity 1000pcs 2500pcs 5000pcs 7500pcs 10000pcs 20000pcs
148 x 210 mm
210 x 297 mm
99 x 210 mm
105 x 148 mm
  • Please note that all prices are EXW our facility and do not include shipping costs.
  • 128 gsm / 87 lb coated text paper, gloss lamination on the outside, full color printing

Tri-Folding Brochure Printing Price Chart

All prices listed in AUD

Quantity 1000pcs 2500pcs 5000pcs 7500pcs 10000pcs 20000pcs
148 x 210 mm
210 x 297 mm
99 x 210 mm
105 x 148 mm
  • Please note that all prices are EXW our facility and do not include shipping costs.
  • 128 gsm / 87 lb coated text paper, gloss lamination on the outside, full color printing

To get a tailored quote, try our online Printing Cost Calculator. Just drop your specifications into the preset fields and click for an instant quote. If you have questions, just get in touch. One of our in-house brochure printing experts will be happy to answer all your inquiries.

Brochure Folds and Styles

Your choice of paper and any special touches will depend on your brochure’s style, format, fold, and your personal taste. Given such a considerable array of choice, we’re happy to help you pick the best flyer folding option for your needs. Let’s have a quick look at the possibilities.

Our most popular brochure folds are:

4-page standard fold

4-Page Standard Fold

Also called a bi-fold or half-fold, this uses a single crease to create a mini-brochure with four pages—a front, two interior sides, and a back.



Two folds creating three equal panels which fold up as flaps like a traditional business letter.

6-page accordion fold

6-Page Accordion Fold

Like the tri-fold but with the panels folded back in opposite directions to create the classic “accordion” style.


8-Page Roll Fold

This has three folds creating eight printable panels which fold over each other as if the paper were being “rolled” up.

8-page gatefolding

8-Page Gatefold

Two folds at the quarter lines create gate-like panels that close over the central interior panel.

8-page parallel fold

8-Page Parallel Fold

Three folds make eight pages, using the central fold to allow the two-panel sets either side to tuck one inside the other.

8-page french fold

French Fold

One horizontal fold across the length of the sheet, folded, and then another vertical fold to create a double layer with a hidden interior.

16-page broadsheet

16-Page Broadsheet Fold

The same principle as the French fold but with three vertical folds creating a multi-page concertina effect.

An excellent way to make your brochure stand out from the crowd is to use a process called die-cutting to make custom shapes. A die cutter is like an industrial scale cookie cutter but made to cut paper not cookies! We can prepare a mold to cut out a section of the paper, create a “silhouette” design, or other effects. As we already use the die-cutter in creating brochures, we can get creative with it at only a marginal extra cost. Talk to us about the possibilities if you’re interested in this option.

We recommend that you laminate your brochures if they have several folds and thicker paper as this will make sure they don’t tear and that the surface still looks good. You can laminate on one or both sides.

Brochure Size Options

Offset printing gives you great looking brochure with faithful color or black-and-white image reproduction and a noticeable price advantage over digital printing on longer print runs. You can choose from a range of sizes. Common example sizes for brochures are:

A3 Size 11.7 x 16.5 inches


11.7 by 16.5 inches,
or 297 by 420 mm
A4 Size 8.3 x 11.7 inches


8.3 by 11.7 inches,
or 210 by 297 mm
A5 Size 5.8 x 8.3 inches


5.8 by 8.3 inches,
or 148 by 210 mm
US Letter Size 8.5 x 11 inches

US Letter

8.5 by 11 inches,
or 216 mm by 279 mm
Foolscap Size 13.5 x 17 inches


13.5 by 17 inches,
or 343 by 432 mm
DL size 3.9 x 8.3 inches


3.9 by 8.3 inches,
or 99 mm by210 mm

Contact us to customize more sizes!

Paper Options for Brochures

Gloss, matte, and uncoated paper

You have many options for paper stock to print your brochure at QinPrinting. Brochures with photographs look best on gloss or matte cover paper because they have a high-quality finish which gives first-class image reproduction while uncoated paper could be fine if your brochure is mainly text. Here’s a helpful list of typical brochure papers:

Gloss Paper

Matte Paper

Uncoated Paper

Our printing experts are always here to recommend the best paper selections for your brochure design and your budget. And please ask us for paper samples. We’ll be happy to mail them to you.

Special Finishes, Lamination, and Foil Stamping

You want your brochures to make a fantastic impression. Someone browsing your stand at a trade fair, picking up a copy in-store, or sifting through their direct mail, is more likely to check it out if it’s eye-catching and distinctive. QinPrinting offers a complete range of finishing options to make your brochures unique.

Among other options, the most popular choices include:

We can also incorporate a custom die-cut into your brochure to increase its visual impact. With die-cutting, we machine-cut a shape out of the material with a sort of industrial cookie cutter. For example, to create a ‘window’ to the illustration underneath the top fold or to make your company name or logo more visually striking. 

Brochure Design and Artwork Tips

Whether you’re preparing your own artwork in-house or commissioning a professional designer to do it for you, it’s important to understand how to prepare the artwork and text for printing. You’ll need to allow for bleed zones, safety areas, trim lines, and borders, for example, and make sure that the resolution and the color space are correct. 


Export your files as vectors in PDF format for the best results. Our recommended software options for brochure design are Adobe Illustrator or Adobe InDesign. These will also allow you to convert your color space from RGB to CMYK which you will need to do for offset printing.


If you can’t deliver vectors — say, if you’re exporting bitmaps from Photoshop — then make sure the resolution is at least 300 DPI. With vectors, you needn’t worry about resolution, but all other images must have a high definition to tolerate resizing without becoming fuzzy and “pixilated”.

3 mm bleed zone

You’ll need to add a “bleed zone” of 3 mm around all your photographic panels. A bleed is an extended zone at the periphery of your photo, which falls outside the area that your finished panel will cover. Once we’ve printed your brochures, we’ll cut them to the exact size needed for your chosen format. This “bit extra” gets cut off and makes sure that the finished image fills the sheet with none of it being lost. 

trim line 5mm

Inside your bleed zone, don’t forget to mark the “trim lines”. These will define the final dimensions of the finished panel. Make sure that any necessary elements of your images stop at least 5 mm short of the trim line.

A competent graphic designer should understand the technical details and be able to set this up for you. But we’ll always manually check your files before going to press. While the responsibility for sending “print ready” files is yours, please don’t worry! We’ll be happy to “hold your hand” through the process, explain what’s needed, and liaise with your designer to make sure everything goes smoothly and you end up with a perfect print every time.

To learn more about preparing your artwork and layouts for printing, please check out our Prepress Artwork information page. And please ask us for a design template. We’ll be happy to send you one. And if design isn’t your thing, we’ll be happy to create a design for you based on the images, logo, etc. that you provide for an extra fee. Just ask!

Talk to Us!

For the best pricing, highest quality, and quickest turnaround-time on any type or style of brochure, printing with us is always a good business decision. No matter your target recipients or the purpose of your brochure, we guarantee the best pricing, the most professional service, and the highest quality product you can imagine. So, let’s talk. We can’t wait to make your next brochure the most effective yet.

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