Booklet Printing Service

Overview

Deliver useful, targeted information to your customers in a highly professional package with a well-designed, professionally printed booklet. Booklets are ideal for a variety of projects…from price books to product brochures, cookbooks to software manuals, maintenance schedules to frequently asked questions.


Feature

  • Create catalogues annually, quarterly, or monthly to keep your customers informed of your latest products and services.
  • Consider full-color printing on a glossy paper to make images explode from the page.
  • Consider using a Wire-O or spiral binding for booklets that are easy for your customers to flip through and find the information they need!

Specification

SizeColor Options
(cover)
Color Options
(Interior Pages)
Paper Choices
(Cover)
Paper Choices
(Interior Pages)
Aqueous Coating
8.5 in. x 11 in.
5.5 in. x 8.5 in.
4 in. x 9 in.
6 in. x 6 in.
6 in. x 9 in.
6 in. x 12 in.
9 in. x 12 in.
CD Booklets
DVD Booklets
or Custom size
Full-Color Outside Cover - Unprinted Inside Cover

Full-Color Outside Cover - One-Color Inside Cover

Full-Color Outside Cover - Two-Color Inside Cover

Full-Color Outside Cover - Full-Color Inside Cover

Two-Color Outside Cover - Unprinted Inside Cover

Two-Color Outside Cover - One-Color Inside Cover

Two-Color Outside Cover - Two-Color Inside Cover

One-Color Outside Cover - Unprinted Inside Cover

One-Color Outside Cover - One-Color Inside Cover
Full-Color Interior Pages

Two-Color Interior Pages

One-Color Interior Pages
Lightweight
80 lb. Matte Text
80 lb. Gloss Text
100 lb. Gloss Text

Heavyweight
80 lb. Matte Cover
80 lb. Gloss Cover

Or custom material you want
80 lb. Matte Text
80 lb. Gloss Text
100 lb. Gloss Text


Or custom material you want
Outside Cover Only

Both Outside and Inside of Cover

Color Options (cover)

 

Binding Method You can choose for the booklet

  • icon Saddle-Stitching
  • icon Velo Binding
  • icon Tape Binding
  • icon Spiral Binding
  • icon Comb Binding
  • icon Wire-O Binding
Saddle-Stitching involves inserting staples through the spine of a multi-page document before it is folded. Most booklets and smaller magazines use this binding method.
Velo binding involves drilling hols and insering a strip with plastci tines through the left edge of a booklet or muli-page report. A second strip, with matching holes, is placed under the document, allowing the tines to pass through. A machine presses the spine together, so the excess length can be cut from the ends of the tines. Heat is then applied to melt the plastic and seal it tightly together. Velo binding is commonly used for legal documents.
Tape binding uses heavy-duty tape to hold the pages of a booklet, report, or other mulit-page document together. Known for its strength and durabilitu, it is a frequent choice of lobrarians and graduate school professors. Tape binding works best with documents up too 300 pages long.
Spiral binding involves inserting metal or plastic wire through holes drilled along the left-hand side of each page. The technique allows the finished documents to lie flat and double-over on itself(something comb binding does not allow). Technical manuals and notebooks are commonly spiral-bound.
Comb binding involves drilling 19 square holes along the left edge of each sheet of paper. Round plastic bindings are then inserted into these holes. The process can be used for booklets, manuals, catalogs, or reports up too 400 pages long. Additional pages can be added or removed easily, and the finished piece lies flat when opened.
Wire-O binding is similar to spiral binding but uses double looped wires. This provides addtional durabiliry and support. As with spiral binding, wire-O-bound materials can lie flat and double-over.


Of course we also offer custom requirement.

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