Booklets are multi-page bound documents suitable for product guides, magazines, menus, catalogues, user manuals, children's books and other text-heavy designs. Booklets can be bound with portrait or landscape orientation and come standard on a gloss paper. They can also be printed on uncoated paper if you need your clients to be able to write in them.
80lb or 100lb Gloss Text: This paper provides a magazine like gloss finish. 100lb is our standard paper weight, while the 80lb is a lighter, more economical option. For booklets that need to be written on, this paper is not recommend.
80lb or 100lb Silk Text: This paper has a soft feel and provides a finish between matte & semi-gloss. Again, 100lb text is our standard paper weight, while the 80lb is a lighter more economical option. Although this paper can be written on, an uncoated text is still your best option for writing.
60lb Offset Text: This paper has the same texture and look as printer paper. If you need to write in your booklet, this paper is your best option. This paper is our lightest option, but still provides a professional looking finished product.
Saddle Stitched: The most common and economical method of booklet binding. This is when larger sheets of paper are folded in half and stapled in the middle. For this binding method, the number of pages in your book needs to be divisible by 4 and cannot exceed 64 pages.
Perfect Bound: This method uses adhesive to bind the pages together. The cover is then wrapped around the bound pages of the book, creating a finish product that looks like a novel. The minimum amount of pages for this binding is 32.
Coil Bound: This method uses a metal or plastic coil to bind the book together. It is most often used for notebooks or thicker instruction manuals.
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