Notebook Printing

Hardcover Notebook Custom Design Your Pages Journal Printing

Product Details
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Hardcover Notebook


Art paper, kraft paper,coated paper, white or grey paper, silver or gold card paper, special paper etc.


Wire-o binding, spiral binding, hidden wire-o binding, hardcover binding, perfect binding, section stitching binding, saddl

stitching binding, disc bound binding, binder binding

CertificationISO9001, FSC
DesignFrom Clients,OEM
SizeDecided by Client
PrintingCMYK or Pantone
Artwork FormatAI, PDF, ID, PS, CDR
FinishingGloss or Matt Lamination, Gold Foil Stamping, Emboss, Deboss and more
Planner Size
Custom Design Your Own Pages

Silver Foiled Logo
Hardcover Binding

The guide to help you through the process of printing a custom journal:

1. Specifications

Size: Common sizes for journals include 5.5 x 8.5 inches, 6 x 9 inches, or 8.5 x 11 inches. Choose a size that fits the journal's purpose and is convenient for users.

Page Count: Decide on the number of pages. Journals often range from 100 to 200 pages.

Paper Type: Choose a suitable paper type for the internal pages. Options include:

60lb or 70lb uncoated text for a smooth writing surface.

80lb or 100lb gloss or matte text for pages with more illustrations or photos.

Cover Material: Options include:

Soft Cover: 10pt to 14pt card stock with matte or gloss lamination.

Hard Cover: More durable but more expensive; often used for premium journals.

Binding: Common binding options include:

Perfect Binding: Suitable for a soft cover journal.

Spiral or Wire-O Binding: Allows the journal to lie flat when open, ideal for writing and sketching.

Saddle Stitching: Suitable for journals with a lower page count.

2. Printing Options

Digital Printing: Cost-effective for small runs (under 500 copies). Suitable for custom or personalized journals.

Offset Printing: More economical for larger runs (over 500 copies). Provides higher quality and consistency.

3. Production Process

Proofing: Request a physical proof to check for any errors in text, layout, and color before proceeding with the full print run.

Printing: Once the proof is approved, the printer will proceed with the print run.

Finishing: This includes trimming, binding, and any special finishes like UV coating or embossing on the cover.

4. Cost Considerations

Print Run Size: Larger runs reduce the cost per journal but require a higher initial investment.

Material Quality: Higher quality materials will increase costs but can make your journal more appealing and durable.

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They are all manufactured according to the strictest international standards. Our products have received favor from both domestic and foreign markets.
They are now widely exporting to 200 countries.

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