How to Print my BookWhat is the best way to print my book?
What should I do with "Print my book"? Digitally vs. off-set print
You' ve worked long and hard writing your book. It' s the right moment to bring the design to the stage that will make it a reality: the letterpresses. When you enter the self-editing universe and take on the hazards, quests and reward of making the physics book, the next stage is where the magick happens: Print my book!
One important part of launching your book is the distinction between two print options: off-set print and in-demand. In the case of off-set print, the picture is burned onto a sheet, then onto a flat sheet and then onto the print area. They can print on a variety of substrates and use the Pantone® Matching System.
One disadvantage is that litho is often a longer turn-around and is more costly to implement, so that the costs per piece are higher for small print jobs than for digitally printed jobs. Print onemand is the most common way of producing books in small print volumes and Print on-Demand Digital Publish.
This works by transmitting information from a computer to a large size or large capacity ink jet or toner-printers. There are many benefits of digitally printed material for the writer, editors, publisher or artists and it is the natural option for today's project, which includes hard covers, sticky print products and promotional material. An interview with a small selection of professionals from the publishers' sector, and you will soon see that the tendency is towards digitally printed products.
Authors, artists and publishers benefit from lower set-up cost for small and large print volumes and even better print results than those of off-set printers. Each print is standardized (unlike conventional off-set print, there is no need for color and moisture balancing in digitally printed images).
This allows the customisation of a specific products. Like a children's book with this particular name or a page of tributes in a genealogical group. In terms of colour, we have added a second new Canon imagePRESS7010VP colour printer. It provides excellent print throughput. Many of our clients are very satisfied with the end result and the creative power of our bookpresses.
The selection ranges from plastic print to working with a multitude of colour combinations. And when it comes to the end result, digitally printed images make sure that the book you see in your hands is the book your reader will open and soak up. Print as many as you want and resubmit orders for inventory maintenance.
There are many factors why it is the way of the upsurge and the best way for self-publishers.