Hole PunchingHole punching pretty much says what it does on the tin. It is the act of drilling or punching holes through print. For us, this can be for 3 main reasons; to fix string to price or gift tags, to become part of a binding method (such as paper for lever arch folders or ring binding), or finally for calendars to affix to a wall.
You have complete control over where you want your holes punched. They can be standard sizes and standard widths apart for lever arch folders or completely bespoke sizes and in any location. Wherever they go, we do suggest you stay a good 5mm way from the edge of the paper. Placing holes within 5mm could effect the structural integrity of the paper meaning it will rip easily.