Plastic Coil Binding

Looking for a unique way to bind your document, manual, booklet, catalog, magazine, or book? Consider plastic coil binding (think of notebooks from school, except the binding is plastic rather than wire).  At Publishing Xpress, we offer printing with plastic coil binding from 8 to 300 pages.Plastic Coil Binding

With plastic coil binding, holes are placed in the left margin, and the document is bound with round, black plastic coil.  This is a great choice for workbooks and other documents that you want to lay flat.  You can also turn the pages 360 degrees so only one page is sitting open at a time. For more information on this binding style, check out this Wikipedia article on plastic coil binding.

Publishing Xpress offers a wide range of printing options as well. You can select 5½ x 8½, 6 x 9, or 8½ x 11 finished sizes.  Need a slightly different size?  No problem.  Just select the next larger size. For instance, if your book is 7 x 10, select the 8½ x 11 size.  Plastic coil books in all sizes can be printed in portrait or landscape orientation.  We are also able to print plastic coil bound books at sizes up to 11 x 17.  For pricing larger than 8½ x 11, please contact us at help@publishingXpress.com.

Spiral BoundWe offer full-color printing.  Your documents can be printed full color throughout, or you can use just black ink on the inside pages.  We have a variety of paper options available as well.  You can print the cover on the same paper as the rest of the booklet (called self cover) or the cover can be printed on different paper (called plus cover).  We can also UV coat the covers.  And we offer a minimum print quantity of only 25 copies.  With our low minimums and low prices, there’s no reason for not printing plastic coil bound projects right now!

Check out some of our spotlights on clients who used plastic coil printing for their projects:

Learn how Plastic Coil binding makes your book look professional!

Publishing Xpress can discuss how to give your Self-Published book a plastic coil bound finish. But before deciding on a plastic coil bound finish, you might want to take a look at our other three binding options.