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ncr books and pads - invoice books, purchase order books, receipt books

The Print Group Australia offer a large variety of NCR (no carbon required) books and notepads to suit your business needs. The most common uses for NCR books and pads are invoices, statements, purchase orders, contracts, work orders, applications and receipts where multiple copies are required.

Our design team can custom design the forms to suit your business to ensure that not only do you have everything you need on your forms, but they are branded and styled with your logo and fonts for brand consistency.

The most common NCR sizes are DL, A6, A5 and A4, however each book or pad can be designed and printed in any custom size needed. We offer NCR sheets in duplicate, triplication and quadruplicate with double sided printing also available. NCR sheet colours are typically white, pink, yellow, green and blue with each book typically including 50 or 100 NCR sets. Our NCR books are quarter bound with hard covers  in a variety of colours, with sequential numbering also available for each form.

Contact our team today for a custom quote for your business.


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two sides anti-green wash campaign

The Print Group Australia are proud members of Two Sides Australia whose mission is “to promote the responsible production and use of paper and print” and to “dispel common environmental misconceptions by providing users with verifiable information on why print and paper is an attractive, practical and sustainable communications medium”.(1)

A recently published article by Two Sides Australia in November 2018 offers an important message to organisations that make misleading, anti-print and paper messages in their customer communications (2).  Two Sides anti-greenwash campaign investigated 921 organisations worldwide with over two-thirds of these organisations to be found using unsubstantiated claims regarding paper’s impact on the environment. As a result of this campaign, 335 organisations either removed or changed their messaging.

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project showcase - emergency procedures flip chart

The Print Group Australia worked with Contingency Fire & Safety Planning on the printing of their Emergency Procedures Flip Chart. This was a great project and something a little different to what we have printed before.

The Flip Chart was composed of 11pp printed colour single sided on a 200gsm matt art board. The final product was wire bound at the head with each sheet size descending from 80 x 180mm down to 80 x 110mm.

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what is the difference between digital and offset printing?

There are a number of differences between digital and offset printing and today we will look at these in closer detail.

Both types of printing will produce extremely high quality print products. Whether you decide to print digital or offset will really depend on not only volume but if you have any niche project requirements.

The first difference between digital and offset printing is that digital printing is better suited for short run printing (from 1+ items) and offset printing is better suited for higher volume printing (depending on the project could be from 2000+ items).

Digital printing allows for quick turn-around times as there are minimal set-up requirements compared to offset printing. This makes digital printing cost effective for smaller print runs. A digital press can easily print out a single sheet of paper or booklet with minimal setup, however, offset requires considerably more time and material – making it cost effective for large volume runs only. The set-up of each also makes digital printing easier to offer a print sample for proofing, whereas you cannot print samples on an offset press. If a proof or colour check is required for an offset job, then a press-check may be needed.

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project showcase - access education learner guides

The Print Group Australia recently helped Access Education & Skills Development (formally Strive International) with the re-brand of their learner guide booklet covers. This is just one of the services we offer to our RTO clients.

These learner guides offer a great example of our square-edge fold saddle-stitched booklets that are perfect for training materials. Printed on a 250gsm gloss cover, with the internal pages printed on 80gsm bond, the books are printed, folded, saddle-stitched and trimmed in-line on our digital press. We also offer the internal pages with perforations, which work great for assessment booklets.

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