Books Printing

Many decisions are involved in the process of getting your books printed, from your book size, to types of printing, to binding, to designing your cover. If deciding to use a hard cover, laminate it. A glossy finish is a great way to enhance the overall look of any book.

There are many types of bindings available for your book; here are some standard types.
Perfect book binding - Gluing the outside edge to create a flat edge; excellent for books, corporate reports, manuals, brochures, and annual reports.
Saddle-stitch book binding - Using one or more staples on the fold; excellent for booklets, brochures, newsletters, pamphlets, direct mailers and catalogs.
Side-stitch book binding - Stapling your book together on the side rather than the fold; excellent for booklets, brochures, direct mailers, and pamphlets.
Casebook binding - Your sewn book adhered to a hard cover to create the highest quality hard cover binding for books.
• Double wire binding - A continuous hinge of double looped wire hold the book together; excellent for upscale brochures, reference manuals, cookbooks, and calendars.