Thread-bound Hardcover Books with tail bands are one of our finest products, with several choices of finishing. The standard hardcover book will be case bound in printed and laminated (glossy or matt) paper, with flat or round spine.
Another variation is cloth cover with linen fabric or imitation leather, in most cases embossed with hot foil. The third option is the combination of both paper and cloth – combined cover. Other hardcover extras include: printed dustcovers and endpapers, partial UV-lackqer, ribbon markers.
Softcover Books (Paperbacks) are equally popular with our clients. We offer hotmelt bound books, with or without additional thread-binding. Typically, 250 g/m² chromosulfatboard is used for the cover, often with the cover being extended by inwards bent flaps.
Flexi Cover is a lighter version of hardcover. It technically resembles hardcover binding, just with much thinner cardboard. Many textbooks and learning books are bound as flexi cover as they are light and durable at the same time.
Of course, we also offer such products as Wire-O bound books, Saddle-Stapled Brochures, and Notebooks.
Please don’t hesitate to contact us with any questions regarding our technical capabilities and other products you might be interested in!
If you have written your book, you will typically look for a publisher to publish it. In the process, you might find it quite difficult or you might feel the potential offer is unfair. Therefore, we recommend you always consider becoming you own publisher first. It is not as difficult as it might seem and we stand ready to assist you with several essential steps – as long as you are going for 300 or more copies, professionally printed in offset. Our experience and technical capabilities will provide invaluable knowledge to you that will make your printing experience go very smoothly. Now, let’s take a look at what self publishing involves:
- Writing a book.
- Finding a quality editor.
- Finding a professional graphic designer for your cover and possibly also interior.
- Purchasing an ISBN number.
- Finding a good printer at a fair price to print your book.
- Warehousing your book.
- Having the ability to receive and ship orders.
- Invoicing customers and receiving payments.
- Promoting your books.
- Contacting retailers to pitch your book.
Some of these steps, such as distribution of the ready book, you will need to take care of yourself. But we can gladly help you with the challenging task of graphic design and layout of your book. Furthermore, we can advise you on all the technical details such as paper, format, and binding to make your book look great. And finally, we can of course print and ship your book to you within a limited period of time and at much lower cost than you might think. So, we are looking forward to your specific enquiry or any kind of general question. We promise to provide you with a response or quote swiftly, professionally and free of charge!