Printing magazines and catalogues on a small budget
These days it is essential to adjust the costs of any advertising action. Today a single euro can't be wasted, not even in paper: the difference between the success or failure of a campaign is as much in the benefits obtained from it as in the costs necessary for its implementation.
Also for books like novels, essays, etc. which are usually section-sewn, PUR binding is an interesting alternative for small print runs, which until recently used to be glue-binded.
Tips for saving on magazine printing.
We print two types of Magazines
Stapled magazines are made joining all the pages of the publication with 2 or 4 wire staples, according to your needs. We can also say that it is a cheap kind of binding.
Softcover binding of magazines is a common practice if they have a considerable number of pages (this binding is also useful for catalogues). Usually a magazine is suitable to be bound in paperback if the number of pages exceeds approximately 60.