Softcover Binding or Perfect Binding

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Here is our softcover or perfect binder in action!  We print and bind a wide range of books for schools, self publishers, and events.  In this video we are binding Yearbooks for a local middle school.  Our Sulby 1250, first … Read More

Die Cutting Tabs

We normally cut tabs on our Scott Tab Cutter.  But when we cut 10,000, we use our letterpress!  And you can see why, so much faster than hand feeding one at a time!  This is our Miehle 50x Cylinder Letterpress … Read More

Services Offered

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We offer a wide range of services that include all options of bindery, color and black and white printing, die cutting and all sorts of marking materials to help your business grow.  If you can’t find what you are looking … Read More

Printing Terminology Used on this site

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Printers use a lot of terminology that can be confusing to understand if you are not in the business.  Here is a list of some of the terminology that we use to describe our products. 1/0= Black Print on One … Read More

Velo Binds and Sure Binds

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Velo Binding/ Sure Binding/ Tamper-Resistant Binds Velobinding involves punching several small holes along the edge of an unbound book. A strip of plastic with rigid tines is inserted into the holes from the top of the book, and a strip … Read More

Coil Bound Books, Business Presentations

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Coil and Spiral Binding We are proud to offer for the first time Black Metal Spiral Coils!  Just like the spirals used in school note books.  Now your presentations can have a look that will far surpass your competitions business … Read More

Perfect Binding- Soft Cover Books

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Perfect binding is our newest binding option, it is not a stitch binding at all, but a solely adhesive based binding. It is the easiest and most durable way to produce books, and is how most paperback books are bound. … Read More

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