Affordable and High-Quality: Print Books Book Printing Solutions
Starting your first book is exciting. It indeed is. It may also seem overwhelming and a bit of a hassle as there plenty of things to figure out. You need to have a proper plan on your budget, understand the different printing technique, know your marketing strategy well and as well as distribution methods. Besides these, you also need to keep a tab on the publishing houses and fix your royalty. That seems like lot of work, right?
To ease your book printing journey, we have jotted down the important steps to consider.
Know the Different Book Binding Methods
Once your manuscript is ready, the next thing you need to figure out is the book binding method. How the pages of your books are bounded determines the binding type. There are many binding techniques available depending on your requirements, budget, and many other factors. Let us decode the different binding techniques:
Saddle Stitch Binding
If you are printing thin books like pamphlets, business promotional materials, course guides, tour guides, how-to-manuals or even student edition booklets, then saddle stitching might be the right fit for your needs. It is a most simplistic way of binding your book by stapling all the pages together. The pages are separated into halves in this binding method.
For instance, if you have six a4 pages of manuscript, the saddle stitched booklet will have double the pages, that is 12 pages. The front and back page will be of same material as that of the booklet. If you want your printing to be economical then this method is apt for you.
Perfect Bound Books
This is the common method of book binding. If you are printing your first novel as an author then this binding method might just be it. If you are looking to publish your self help book or any inspirational book or even your biopic, then this is the most perfect binding for your requirements.
Perfect bound books are suitable for large number of pages. They are usually paper back books. The spine of the book is glued together to a text block with a wrap around cover that runs along the front and the back cover. Here the front and back cover of the book takes a huge prominence and can be designed according to your style and taste.
This binding way is most apt for cookbooks, reports, dairy, journals, or notebooks. If you have any assignment that has to be submitted to your boss or want to print your presentation slides, then spiral binding is the way to go. It involves inserting metallic or plastic coil through punched holes. They are suitable for short term use and is not viable for long term usage. However, it is an affordable way of binding method.
Case Binding Method
Do you want to bind your thesis? Do you want to preserve your photo albums for your next generation? Are you looking to carefully preserve one of your mythological or literature book? If you said yes to above questions, then case binding is your answer.
Case binding is used for books with longer usage and typically that contains larger number of pages. This binding method gives a professional outlook and renders a classy touch. The hardback cover can be bound with silk cloth, leather covering or even hard paper. They are bound to book block with case covering thus giving an endured finish.
Why Choose Print Books?
When it comes to choosing a book printing agency, you want to be sure that they can provide the kind of exceptional service you need. It is important to choose an agency that will help you get the best results through their expertise and professionalism. A good printing agency will have a team of experts who have years of experience in helping businesses thrive by suggesting them with the best printing style for their books.
Print Books is one such printing agency in Australia where we provide affordable and highly customised service to our clients. Be it any printing style, we deliver with utmost professionalism and supreme quality. We also offer a wide range of book finishes that help us give you a stylish, classy, and elegant look your book deserves. We offer fast turnaround times with affordable prices without compromising on quality.
Our staff is knowledgeable about all facets of the print industry, including graphic design, layout, binding and finishing services. Our goal is to help you get the most out of your project while saving you money at the same time.
Contact us for any printing needs. Invest in your book today and we promise you won’t be disappointed.