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Spiral bound books are bound with a plastic coil making them very durable. The spirals come in a variety of colors.
Wire-O books are bound with a twin-loop wire. Wire-O binding gives a more refined look, but is less durable, than spiral binding.
Perfect bound books are glue bound like a soft cover book. For help setting up the book cover use our spine calculator.
Saddle stitched booklets (stapled in the fold) require book pages to be printed in multiples of 4. Most common binding option for books less than 20 pages.
Comb bound books are bound with a flexible toothed plastic which gives you the ability to add or remove pages from the book.
Standard round ring binders with options to print and insert covers and spines. Your pages will be 3 hole drilled for inserting into binders. Binders are available in either black or white.
We can tout our decades of experience, our low booklet printing prices and superb customer service all day. But when it comes to gaining your confidence in our quality printing, book binding capabilities and attention to detail, seeing is believing. Check out these video demonstrations of some of our most popular book binding services:
Watch the spiral binding process in action.
Watch how wire-o books are assembled.
You'll be glued to your screen watching how perfect bound books are made.
Despite the emergence of computers, tablets, smartphones, e-readers and other electronic media, there will always be a place in society for good old-fashioned books printed on paper. While electronics have their merits, there are many situations where printing books is more suitable than electronic solutions:
Book sellers have more control over their product when there are no digital versions floating around. Printed books offer built-in control over digital piracy since scanning each individual page damages the book and is expensive and labor intensive. Plus, reputable booklet printers will not let customers scan copyrighted content to print books without written permission.
When you have your books printed, no one has to buy a device, register an account or commit to subscriptions to start reading. This is especially important with training books, technical manuals and other professional uses, because buying devices and onboarding your whole team can be costly and time consuming.
With screens on our phones, fridges, coffee makers and soda machines these days, it's no surprise many people get screen fatigue. Physical copies of printed booklets provide a welcome break from electronic overstimulation.
In a world where everything is literally at your fingertips (tap tap, click click), a lot of content is "easy come, easy go." But a professionally printed and bound book is less likely to be forgotten about than a PDF you downloaded two weeks ago. As for comprehension and retention, there is evidence to suggest that we learn better when we read from printed books than we do from screens.
Imagine setting up a booth at a convention, telling visitors about your amazing products and then referring them to your online catalog with a business card. How many sales did you just lose? When you have printed catalogs ready to hand out, you've got a high-grade fishing lure. Your prospect is much less likely to throw away an entire printed booklet than a tiny piece of cardstock. And with the right combination of quality paper, compelling graphics and crisp photos, we know your book printing budget will be money well-spent.