Spiral bound book printing
is known by other names such as spiral coil, color coil, colorcoil, ez-coil, plastic coil, spiral binding and plastikoil binding, among many others.
The spiral binding enables easy page flipping and reading, making spiral bound book printing
ideal for any book or booklet that is left open for long periods. Choose coil bound booklets for personal use when you need school notebooks, cookbooks and calendars as examples. In the workplace, workbooks, manuals and handbooks are often best bound with a spiral or coil binding. For higher page count books please consider wire bound book printing
with a soft or hard cover.
Coil Bound Booklets.
As general rule, choose the spiral coil bound booklets when your booklets need to lay flat when opened. If your target audience will frequently have only one free hand, this binding is your best choice. This is why cookbooks are often printed and bound with spiral or coil spines by our spiral binding service.
Coil bound books can be customized to suit your needs. If you do not see the options you need, email email@example.com, we'll be glad to give you a custom quote.
.For best results use the following guidelines
- Images - 300dpi for Color, 600dpi for B&W
- Embed all Fonts
- Include bleeds of 0.125" on all 4 sides and Trim marks
- Additional charges maybe required if files are not setup correctly.
To avoid the chance of images and text being punched during binding, set your minimum margins to:
- Inside: 0.50
- Outside: 0.25
- Top: 0.25
- Bottom: 0.25
Once an order has been processed your artwork will be hand checked by our printing and binding artwork specialists. We will provide you with a complimentary digital proof of your artwork Your proof will be created based on the artwork you provided and on the printing and binding specifications you chose.
We provide spiral bound book printing and binding nationally and to customers in Long Beach and Carson as well as Torrance, California.
Questions? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org