When a one-page document isn’t enough to convey your message, booklets with saddle stitch binding offer a great way to communicate. At Publishing Xpress, we offer saddle-stitched booklet printing from 8 to 80 pages.
Booklets and catalogs can fulfill a variety of needs. They can be used as product booklets, programs for events, course schedules, multipage newsletters, and more. Many magazines also use saddle stitch binding. Check out this Wikipedia article on saddle stitch binding for more information.
Looking to create a program for an upcoming school concert or charity event? Need a colorful piece for an auction you are hosting? Or how about a marketing piece for your business? By printing booklets professionally, you are ensuring that your project will look the way that you envision it. And by having Publishing Xpress handle your booklet printing with saddle stitch binding, you are ensuring that your project is handled with the utmost professionalism and technical skill.
For a review of factors to consider when deciding whether to use saddle stitch binding for your printing project, check out our article entitled Saddle-Stitch Binding: A Guide for more information.
Publishing Xpress offers a wide range of printing options as well. You can select 5 ½ x 8 ½, 6 x 9, or 8 ½ x 11 finished sizes. Need a slightly different size? No problem. Just select the next larger size. For instance, if your booklet is 7 x 10, select the 8 ½ x 11 size.
We offer full-color booklet printing; your booklets 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). And — unlike other printers — we offer a minimum print quantity of only 25 copies. With our low minimums and low prices, there’s no reason for not printing booklet projects right now!
When designing and printing booklets, keep in mind that they will be saddle stitched, so they should be designed in increments of four pages. We take a large sheet of paper, print on both sides, and then fold it in half and saddle stitch it. Thus, each sheet of paper makes four pages in your booklet.
These are all important details when it comes to printing booklet projects. But they are not the only things to consider when choosing a printer. At Publishing Xpress, we understand that we need to get the project right, and we work with our customers every step of the way to make the process as easy as possible. Projects can be easily uploaded right on our website, and our customers are treated to a full range of services.
You’ll find that Publishing Xpress will make your booklet printing project convenient and easy — and the end result will always exceed your expectations! Check out some of our spotlights on clients who used saddle stitch binding for their printing projects:
Publishing Xpress can discuss how to give your Self-Published book a Saddle Stitched Binding. Or check out our other three binding options to see if one of those might be more appropriate for your printing project.
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