In spite of the improved efficiency and cost benefits of using pressure seal forms, one of the common arguments against them is that there is not enough printable space, or “real estate,” to accommodate all the information printed on a traditional cut sheet form. The ½” perforated adhesive margins on either side of the form—and, in the case of Z-fold Pressure seal Forms, the bottom third of the form used for the address panel—eliminate some of the space that is available for printing.
However, many prospective users are not aware of exactly how much space they need to print their pressure seal forms.
To help take the guesswork out of deciding whether or not cut sheet forms can be easily converted to pressure seal one-piece mailers, Relyco has printed pressure seal checks on different sized sheets with different fold patterns. This demonstrates exactly how many lines of detail a user can expect to fit onto the stub portion of a pressure seal form.