Spiral Bound Book Printing Online
Spiral binding allows large number of loose sheets to be bound together, while still allowing the book to lay flat. Without sacrificing durability, looks, or quality, spiral binding is commonly chosen as a professional economical option for presentation pieces.
About Spiral Bound Book Printing Online
Spiral bound book printing online is an incredibly popular choice for printing powerpoint presentations, textbooks, and manuals.
Spiral binding is a popular choice amongst professionals because it feels much simpler in design and application than other types of binding methods. Other binding methods—like saddle-stitching and spiral binding—have certain limitations in terms of page counts, cover designs, etc. On the other hand, spiral bound book printing online, is often used by professionals as an easy way to dress up a stack of copies to be more professional.
Spiral bound books are a versatile print format; spiral bound books are used in all kinds of professional settings. Teachers and instructors might choose to do spiral bound book printing online out spiral bound books as workbooks for their students to take home. Administrators might use it to store official documentation. Salespeople and real estate brokers often use it to present their clients with a personalized sales presentation and leave behind. Marketers might print out spiral bound catalogs for distribution at trade shows.
Why order spiral bound book printing online from MGX Copy
When you are looking for a company to produce your spiral bound book printing online, you want to make sure you choose one that provides: a helpful customer service team to assist you in placing your order, high quality print product, and great turnaround options to help you meet your deadlines.
At MGX Copy, we have designed an online printing experience that allows you to explore all the different print options to get what you need. Our instant price quoters allow you to shop by price, and try different print options for your book printing. This allows you to play around with all the different options to how much you can order and upgrade, while fitting into your print budget.
Give our customer service team a call for assistance in placing your order for spiral bound book printing online!
- What do I need to know before I design my project?
The design issues that we encounter most frequently are: problems with full bleed design, files are the wrong size for the product, and files whose quality is too low.
For a more comprehensive listing of the major design issues, please visit the File Checklist in the FAQ.
- What is full bleed?
If your document does not have an 1/8” white margin around all four edges , then your document needs to be printed with full bleed. The reason why full bleed does not come standard with all copies is because it requires extra labor. All printers need to leave a white margin at the edges.
Full bleed documents need to be formatted properly. If your document matches this description above, please click here to find out more information on how design your file for full bleeds.
- What file format should I use for my documents?
We can also accept other image types (JPEG’s, PNG’s, GIF’s, TIFF’s), Microsoft Word documents, Microsoft Powerpoint presentations, Adobe Photoshop files, and Adobe InDesign files.
- What paper should I use?
Please visit the Paper Advice Section in our Product Advice Center. There you will find a more detailed look at what paper is good for some common usages for our products.
- File Format: .PDF (Preferred), .DOC, .JPEG, .JPG, .PNG, .TIFF, .AI, .PSD, .PUB, .PPT.
- Resolution: 300 DPI.
- Color Space: We prefer CMYK (Cyan/Magenta/Yellow/blacK). If you use RGB, the colors on the print may turn out, in some cases, different than what you're expecting. Learn more >
- Dimensions: 8.5' x 11' for copies without full bleed. 8.75' x 11.25' for copies with full bleed.
- Fonts: Please flatten your documents before sending your file. If you use a special font which our system can not recognize, the document will replace your font with another font in our system.
- Full Bleed: For full bleed prints, we need an extra 1/8' on all four edges—we will cut that off. We recommend that text not placed near any edge. In fact, we recommend leaving an additional margin beyond what we will cut off. Learn more >