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As its name indicates, this brochure contains two panels with enough space for lengthy text or large images.
The trifold is folded twice to create three panels for a short, visual, and informative brochure. It is the most popular folding option.
This commonly used brochure has six printed panels on both sides.
The gatefold has two cover panels that open up to reveal a larger third panel.
This brochure fold forms a zigzag pattern.
DOUBLE GATE FOLD
This fold is similar to the gate fold, with an extra fold in the center. It is also known as a closed gatefold.
DOUBLE PARALLEL FOLD
This fold is folded equally in half then folded again in the same direction.
Roll fold is folded three times from right to left. Each panel is directed to fold toward the left.