Perfect Bound Booklets

Perfect bound booklets offer a premium solution for creating high-end marketing materials featuring a durable square spine. With page counts ranging from 32 to 300pp, these booklets can effectively convey substantial information while maintaining its sleek appearance. The wide range of customisation options allows perfect bound booklets to serve various purposes, such as product catalogues, manuals or luxury art portfolios.

At Cheap as Prints, we provide an extensive selection of perfect bound booklets, featuring sizes ranging from A6, DL, A5 and A4, along with square options measuring 148mm and 210mm. Booklets can be customised with a wide choice of cover and inner page options with additional embellishments like lamination, spot UV and foiling. Simply order online, or reach out to our dedicated sales team at 01922 666 288 or via email at for more information.

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Perfect Bound Booklet Printing from Cheap as Prints

Perfect bound booklet printing is a popular method for creating professional looking publications. This binding technique involves gluing pages together at the spine with a strong adhesive. The process begins by gathering individual sheets of paper, which are then collated and aligned. Next, a machine applies adhesive to the spine of the assembled pages. The square spine gives the booklet a clean and organised look, making it more visually appealing. The cover can also be customised with vibrant colours, images, and text, allowing for eye-catching designs that grab the reader’s attention

One of the main advantages of perfect bound booklets is the ability to accommodate a high number of pages, making it an ideal choice for comprehensive content. This feature makes perfect bound booklets suitable for extensive manuscripts, manuals, or catalogues where a large volume of information is required to be accessed in a single, cohesive publication. Artists and authors may also opt for perfect bound booklets for self-publishing projects, creating a polished and bookstore-quality end product.

Overall, perfect bound booklets offer a combination of versatility, professionalism, and durability. Whether you’re looking to create a product catalogue, an artwork portfolio or any other type of publication, perfect binding can provide a high quality finished product that is both visually appealing and long-lasting.

Perfect Bound Booklet Printing FAQ’s

A perfect bound booklet is a type of bookbinding where the pages are glued together along the spine, creating a sleek and professional appearance commonly seen in paperback books.

Perfect binding allows for printing on the spine and accommodates higher page counts, making it suitable for a variety of projects.

Perfect binding differs from other methods like stapling or wire binding because it involves gluing the pages to the spine rather than using staples or metal coils.

Perfect bound booklets have a strong and durable binding that provides good longevity and can withstand regular use. However, excessive stress or bending may cause pages to loosen over time.

Perfect binding requires a minimum of 32 pages and can accommodate a maximum of 300 pages.

Yes, you can print on the spine of a perfect bound booklet. However, the width of the spine will determine how much information can be printed.

Paper options include coated and uncoated stock of various thicknesses. The choice depends on factors such as the intended use, budget and desired aesthetic.

Cover finishing options include gloss lamination, matt lamination, soft-touch lamination, spot UV and foil stamping. These enhancements can add durability and visual appeal to the cover.

It’s advisable to use high-resolution images (300 dpi or higher) to ensure clarity and sharpness in print. Low-resolution images may appear pixelated or blurry.

Yes, you will need to include bleed in your design to ensure that images or colours extend to the edges without leaving any white borders after trimming. This helps achieve a professional and polished appearance in the final printed product.

The ideal font size depends on the font style and overall design, but a common range is between 10 to 12 points for body text. Choose legible and well-proportioned fonts like serif or sans-serif to ensure readability and a visually appealing layout.