Pages are printed on both sides of the sheet of paper and are
then folded in half, collated and stapled together along the fold.
This is a cost effective option for books with a small page count.
Often refered to as a softcover book. This method stacks your pages in order and glues them together
along the left edge. A cover is then wrapped and glued to the spine. This is a popular and cost effective
choice for books that have more than 40 inside pages.
Much like the old spiral bound books, PlastiCoil is the modern version. Offering crush resistance, flexibility
and a host of color options. PlastiCoil is a great choice for lay-flat products such as technical manuals,
cookbooks and calendars.
Like PlastiCoil, Wire-O books lay completely flat when open and can even be wrapped around 360 degrees
for a one-hand fold.
Also referred to as a hardcover book, this is the classiest and most durable bindery option avaliable. Of the three
case bound options, this is the least expensive and offers a choice of fabric and foil colors for the cover. As with all
of the hardcover options, there will be no printing on the inside front or inside back cover.
Case Bound w/ Dust Jacket
This is a traditional case bound book with the addition of a loose protective cover that wraps around the outside of
the case. The loose cover, or dust jacket, is held in place by flaps that wrap around the leading edge of the front and
back covers and is printed with your supplied cover art.
Bringing the durability of a hardcover book and the appeal of a color cover, this option permanently bonds your printed
custom cover to a well made case bound book.