Continuous stationery is a great way for you to bulk print forms. All you need to do is put the pre printed continuous stationery into your dot matrix and press print on your computer. You can then sit back and let the printer and computer produce your invoices and statements in bulk.
You can get all your continuous stationery printed at Modern Print & Design. So please call 01646 682676 today to get your quotation.
Your job can be printed in 1, 2 or full color to give you maximum in pact. The photo opposite shows a 2 colour Continuous stationery invoice printed in blue and black ink.
Furthermore, your invoices can be single part (no carbon copies), 2 part (top and one carbon copy), 3 part (top and two carbon copies)or 4 part (top and three carbon copies). The choice is yours.
Any Size Continuous Stationery Printers
The most common size for continuous stationery is 11 inch x 241 mm. The reason for mixing imperial and metric is that the depth is always shown in inches and the width in millimeters. It helps avoid confusion. It is also important to remember that the continuous stationeries width includes the tear off sprocket hole strips. So is for want a finished size that is A4, don’t order 210 mm wide continuous stationery. This is because that will include the perforated sprocket hole strips. Once they are removed the sheet will be smaller.
Ultimately you can have your continuous stationery printed any size you want from small A5 twinlock sets all the way up to A3 sheets. What is more, you can have the sheet printed on card or paper in both carbonless and plain paper. You can also choose the colour of the paper you would like, to help you distinguish between the top sheet and the copies.
We can even put little ties on the tier off sprockets strips. This is to help keep the sets together as that go through your dot matrix printer. However, this is only needed when you are using 3 or 4 part continuous stationery forms on thicker paper or card.
Please call today on 01646 682676 to speak to the continuous stationery experts. Alternatively you can send a message by following this link.