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Book printing & Binding in Australia

Book Binding

Saddle Stitch

Need great-looking and easy-to-read books and booklets in a hurry? Saddle stitching is our fastest and most cost-effective bookbinding process. We offer industry-leading prices and turnaround times in a range of stock and finish options. Available in self-cover and special cover configurations, and with sizes ranging from A4 down, saddle stitching is an excellent solution for company profiles, multi-page advertisements and magazines to name a few. Our max page limit is a huge 200 pages at 115 GSM, with square edge options available, so beautiful books are just clicks away — to discuss configurations at different stock weights or to ask any questions about saddle stitching speak to one of our experts.


Perfect Binding

The name says it all — it doesn’t get more perfect than perfect binding. At Printbooks we use a special type of glue, Planamelt R, that combined with the perfect binding process creates long-lasting and professional-quality multi-page books. This extra-strong glue as compared to other EVAs, means we can successfully bind more stock types and achieve a wider range of textures and finishes at small runs sizes and great prices.


Spiral Binding

Need your book or booklet to lay flat? Spiral binding is just the ticket! We use a spring-like plastic bind that creates a durable spine that’s both smart and functional. The bind allows you to lay the book flat while open at any page. Widely used in corporate and office environments, spiral-bound books are a great choice for diaries, technical documents and any other bound applications. click here to known the price of the Spiral Binding.


Wiro Binding

Wiro (sometimes called Wire) binding is produced by pressing a looped wire over our punched paper to create a stylish and elegant bind. It has many of the same features as the spiral binding, being both durable and can be laid flat, but unlike the spiral bind, we can only produce up to 115 page booklets with our 21 hole looped wires.


Case binding (Hardcover Books)

Looking for that extra little something in the presentation of your book? Case binding might just be the solution. A “hardcover” is produced with a stiff board processed to make the front spine and back. This is then wrapped in a printed sheet or cloth. The book block is then glued into the inside of the cover and the spine is pressed to give a nipped profile. Our case bound books are a special order item only so please contact us for a custom quote.



Want Removable note pads? No problem. We can create padded sheets of any our stocks of paper in a similar way to our perfect bound books, just without the burring. Great to make branded note pads to go on client desks so you can always be front on mind.


Top Staple

Looking for the shortest term, cheapest option? We can pop a staple into the top cover of printed pages to create a (lightly) bound document, that although might not stand the test of time, will definitely last throughout any presentation you need to make. Page thickness is limited so contact us to see if this binding option will suit your application.


Self Cover

All our bookbinding options can be bound without covers. When the self-cover option is ordered the front page of the document acts as the cover and the rear page the backing. While more commonly used in saddle-stitched and spiral bound applications we can also self cover perfect bound books although when this is done the glue edge of the spine is visible. Spiral-bound books can also have clear acetate fronts and black backs added to either their self-cover or printed cover variants.


Printed Covers

Crisp sharp covers are a great way to finish your books and have them looking 10 out of 10.  Print Books would love to work with you on your next print project so please chat, message or call to speak to one of our print specialists.

Case Binding

Case binding is also known as hardcover binding, and this is a typical bookbinding type that you’ll see is by far the best binding technique.

In the past, all major books were hardbound. The inside pages are typically sewn together in sections and glued to the endpaper hardcovers at the spine.

This bookbinding method is most suitable for documents with page counts ranging from 60-400. When opened, the case bookbinding lay flat on the table.

Perfect Binding

Perfect binding is the most popular binding you’ll find in bookshops. And similar to case binding except for the lower quality cover.

This particular bookbinding style is an ideal choice for nearly any project, and the finished product is comfortable to stack and appears exceptionally professional. Books, catalogues, annual reports and collection of documents do well with perfect binding.

Do you need your open book to lie flat or like catalogue, user manual or like a cookbook? Bookbinding types play an essential role in the performance and appearance of a printed book and booklet binding.

Your book and booklet binding is as significant as the words and thoughts inside. Books can look stunning, but their function weights more than looks.

Source: Book Binding in Australia.

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