Notebook Printing Brief Introductions

A notebook, sometimes called notepad, writing pad, drawing pad or legal pad, is a book or binder which is composed of some pages of notes (often ruled) made of paper materials. It can be used for recording notes or memoranda, writing, drawing, or scrapbooking.

Have you seen the news? Aliens have landed and are demanding all of our notepads. Yes, notepads. Why are you laughing? This is no laughing matter. Notepads are a necessary office resource. Without notepads our business’ and industry would crumble. Our governments shatter. Our world… well maybe not that far. But notepads do serve a major role in business.

When was the last time you couldn’t find a notepad? Frustrating wasn’t it? Although simple, notepads are one of the handiest office supplies you can have next to a pen. So it’s no wonder why notepads make such great promotional items. bookprintercn.com With high quality note pad printing you can afford to print note pads for all your advertising giveaways. And since note pads are so useful, when potential clients use them they’ll be reminded of your company.

Fight back the aliens and use high quality notepad printing for your next promotional giveaway. Maybe even employ the aliens to give out the note pads and make headlines at the same time. Design your own note pad online with our easy to use website. Or let one of our helpful graphic designer create out of this world note pads for your business.

When you try to finalize a notebook printing job, you shall pay attention to below several dimensions.

1. size and format (e.g. 210 x 285mm portrait)

2. extend information (e.g. 128pp text plus 4pp cover)

3. Paper and materials (e.g. 100gsm wood free paper for text, 250gsm C1S for cover)

4. Printing (e.g. full colors for all pages)

5. Binding (e.g. softcover, black wire-o binding or perfect binding)

There are many type binding methods for notebook printing jobs, and almost all binding methods applied to regular book printing jobs, are also available to notebook printing jobs. But in principle the types of book binding are top bound, perfect binding, spiral binding, comb binding, sewn binding, clasp or ring binding, and some of which can be combined. The binding method can decide if a notebook can be lie flat when it is opened. The cover material is usually distinct from text body, and it is more durable, decorative, and firm than text materials. Cover materials should not tend to damage or discomfort.

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