Books

AAA Printing produces books in many forms depending on the needs of our customers. Common book types include perfect binding, plastic coil, Wire-O and saddle stitching.

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AAA Printing has been producing books in Bellevue for the past 40 years. We print books for many different project types including educational books, reports, directories, workbooks and other documents. Books come in many forms and vary depending on the needs of our customers. Different book types include perfect binding, plastic coil, Wire-O and saddle stitching.

Perfect bound books: We produce perfect bound books (the style of most paperback books) using our state of the art, in-house equipment where the pages are glued into the bind. While not the optimal solution for all needs, perfect binding creates a professional look and feel like none other. It can be surprisingly cost-effective and is appropriate for books with medium and large page-counts.

Plastic coil (Coil binding) books: We produce plastic coil books in a range of sizes, colors and page counts. Plastic coil books are professional, durable and cost-effective and a great solution for both small and large books. Plastic coil provides both form and function and can be used for virtually any size book. Plastic coil comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes, and is a cost-effective way to add a professional touch.

Wire-O (or double loop) books: Wire-O (Double Loop) style of wire binding provides a highly effective and affordable binding option for a wide range of document types. Wire-O is similar to coil but delivers a look that some people prefer. It is available in many different colors and sizes and is appropriate with virtually any page-count.

Saddle stitched books: The simplest form of book making is saddle stitching.  Sheets of paper are folded in half and nested and then stapled on the seam. This works well for books with few pages but can also handle medium-size books. The result is sturdy, attractive and highly cost-effective.  As an example, most magazines are bound this way.

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