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L3 Communications Corporate Folder

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About Design

L3’s corporate folder design features the specifics of its purpose right on the front cover in clear, easy-to-read text. The use of black makes the folder’s appearance serious and professional, while the red elements add a dash of emotion and passion.

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Print Specifications

Reinforced 2 Expandable Pocket Folder
Reinforced 2 Expandable Pocket Folder

Size Closed: 9 7/8" x 11 3/4"
Size Open: 20 1/4" x 11 3/4"
Print Method (Side 1): 2 PMS Colors, Heavy Coverage

Print Method (Side 2): 1 PMS Color, Heavy Coverage
Stock: 14pt C2S Semi-Gloss
Coatings: Aqueous Gloss
Slits: H1 Left Pocket

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