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  • #16
    Trade shop here. We'd come in about $8.75 and have them ready in 2-3 days.

    Our pricing is a bit higher than a lot of you: we almost always run oversize and make final trims.

    If a broker asked what they price could sell it for, I'd shoot from the hip and say about $11.50-$12.00.

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    • #17
      We would charge 6.94 per book and would run it on our Versant 2100.

      Or I could charge 4.25.

      Let me explain. In our estimating program we charge more for booklets with more than 4 signatures, not because it necessarily costs us more, but because the market will generally bear it. So the 4.25 is what we would charge if we treat it as a normal job, but if we use the setting for large booklet pricing we would charge the 6.94.
      Last edited by kdw75; 04-12-2018, 09:11 PM.

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      • #18
        I’m learning. Thanks guys

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        • #19
          Originally posted by xcelprint View Post
          ...I have not found an estimating software that I think suits our shop. Most seem to be geared for larger production environments....
          Have a look at Printlogic. Their MIS is aimed at small print shops.

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