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QUALITY HARDCOVER BOOK PRINTING

We pride ourselves on providing book-958108_19201920book-958108_1920 the very best Hard back book printing services to businesses and customers throughout the UK, made with the best card and paper to offer the highest  read quality product. We understand how difficult it can be to find people trust to provide you with the support you need when it comes to your promotional materials and design aspects, whether that is printing books, flyers, brochures or more bespoke solutions. Our experts have worked with a wide variety of companies across many years to deliver the book printing demand that they need, and we never fail to deliver exceptional customer service and products.

Cambrian Printers Hardcovers

We are a family owned publisher business that provide our services at the same high quality standards today as we did when we started in 1860. Ever since that first day our reputation has been built on quality products, exceptional service and technical excellence. We have seen companies come and go, seen business try to drive the cost of printing down and sacrifice quality in the process, yet we’ve maintained a number of commitments. We are committed to produce exceptional products that show your business in the best light, and our Hard Back Book Printing service is an example of that. We call ourselves a high quality publishing company because we always use high quality paper and ink. We are committed not only to you, but also the environment, and ensuring that our footprint is as small as possible continues to drive us forward as market leaders. These aspects combine with our friendly, knowledgeable and approachable team to make sure your Hard back Book printing services are delivered with an instant smile. We operate 7 days week, 24 hours a day, so you can be sure that your brochure printing will be complete on time and within budget.

Premium Quality Hardcover Book Printing

printing-787192_1920Alongside our commitment to both customers and social responsibility we have also maintained a commitment to cutting edge technologies for our Hardcover Book printing services that few other companies can match. We have an in-house finishing and mailing department which has made us the printer of choice for a number of the world’s top publishers across multiple sectors ranging from journals, books, magazines, catalogues and a wide range of commercial products including stationery for businesses. We use only the highest quality printing methods in our Hardcover Book printing services. Our lithographic printing presses, proofs and plates are calibrated to the ISO12647 colour standard, which means that we can reproduce colour incredibly accurately in our hardcover book printing; making an instant design quality jump for your copies. We know that hardcover books are designed to be pride of place, an item that people can show off in their homes, and the standards that we set internally mean that every hardcover book that we print is worthy of a place in your customers’ homes.

We specialise in hardback books, using only the best printer, If you’re looking for short run or bespoke brochure printing then our services are second to none. Digital printing can match even the most demanding production schedules and financial targets, all while maintaining incredible production standards.  For more information call us on 01970 627111 or email us on sales@cambrian-printers.co.uk we will get back to you.

Litho Printing UK is at the core of our manufacturing process. However we complement this with two Digital Presses and a comprehensive range of finishing equipment.

Book Printing FAQs

Our booklets go through an incredible journey before arriving at your door. Different binding types suit different needs. They also take different amounts of time to complete. Here’s a quick run-down of what the different printed booklets binding design types means. Stapled (AKA stitched) – books are held together with a long metal wire that’s folded, a bit like a more advanced staple. This affordable option is best used for magazines and sales brochures. Perfect bound – the pages are glued to a spine, creating a clean, polished finish resembling a paperback book. This quality printed booklet is perfect for high end mags, catalogues and prospectuses. Wire bound – this book is held together with a silver coil. It has a hard back and front cover, and is ideal for activity books, manuals and diaries.
Depending on a number of variables, a print order of booklets can cost anywhere between $25 and $25,000, and in some cases, even beyond that for a large amount of copies. The type of paper you choose to print on has a very heavy influence on the pricing of your print order. Most printers have a set of house stocks that they recommend using when you choose to print with them. Choosing an irregular quantity and one of our non-preferred stocks for your paper will result in an exponentially higher publishing price since it’s harder for us to pair the paper with another order when laying out our press sheets to print alongside other projects. Some types of paper require for us to specially order them since they’re rarely in demand. If you books paper is not available and we have to special order a stock, it will cost us a little more which translates to the final cost of the job for the customer.
Also known as a “printer’s key” or “publisher’s code,” the number line is a string of numbers printed on the copyright page, and it is used to indicate the print run for the book. There are no publisher book codes policy that are seen as a default; each individual has the rights to use their own format, sometimes varying between books. You can offer a number line in any sort of book, as long as it is published. Paperback or hardback, you will always find a number line. They are often printed in descending order (10 9 8 7 6 5 4 3 2 1) and the lowest number generally indicates the printing of that particular copy. Publishers began using number lines in the early 1940’s, and there is still not an industry-approved, standardised system for this convention. Therefore, each publisher has the rights to their own form of identification.