Spiral bound books can be printed in color or black and white, double or single sided, printed on standard sized paper and stacked together.
The sheets are then punched and a spiral, or coil, is inserted through the holes to create a book. Spiral books are one of our most popular products for several reasons. The price beats virtually all of our competitors, the quality is outstanding, the binding is durable, and they have many, many uses.
Spiral binding comes in a variety of colors: Black, Red, Royal Blue, Navy Blue, White, Forest Green, Pink, and Clear and are available for the same great low price.
We do spiral book orders for school yearbooks, catalogs, training manuals, cookbooks, color books--pretty much any sort of bound document looks good with a spiral going through it.
We generally recommend having heavy cardstock covers or clear plastic covers and vinyl backs, but we do occasionally see books without them. These covers will protect your inner pages and ensure the durability and long life of your books and add very little to your final price.
Spiral Books: How They're Made
Watch a short video on how we assemble spiral books:
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"Your work is impeccable! I can't believe how beautiful my workbooks look and how quickly you did the job and mailed them to me! I'm a devoted customer!"Susie M. - CA
"Always quality products and quality customer service. We frequently get questions about who prints our manuals and they always comment on how nice they are.
Thanks for helping to make us look good."Shawn S. - VA
"I needed a less expensive way to print a huge training document and DocuCopies blew me away with the customer service and turnaround time. Will definitely use again! Thank you!"Rosey H. - NE
"I was pleased that the spiral-bound booklets came out perfectly. I was nervous about ordering bound books when I have always done the binding myself. But I'll have Docucopies do the entire job from now on. Nice work."JD S. - IL
"I wrote a 282 pg book and had no idea of how I was going to afford getting it printed up in some nice presentable form. Office Depot and all of the local printing shops wanted way too much money to accommodate my needs. Then as I was pretty much frustrated and ready just to give up, your website popped up on my phone internet screen. I thought that this was going to be " to good to be true", but then I sent an email of what I was hoping to get done and I got a quick response back. I even had this book scattered out in 9 different Word file document files, and your design department put it all together just as my instructions were given. You made everything work together perfect, and for a very affordable price. Then when I received my first shipment of spiral bound books, I was astonished at the finished project. I just couldn't believe how the whole process turned out so perfect! I have since then placed two more orders and have been able to get this Christian book distributed out in a way that I never dreamed it possible! Thank you so much in being the perfect resource in helping my ministry get the message of the Gospel out to many people all over the country! You guys are the BEST!!!"Kevin A. - LA
For spiral bound books, the binding will go into the page approximately .28". To make sure you don't have any content that goes into or is too close to the binding, we recommend at least a .5" binding margin. If you are worried how the margins on your book will look, we recommend ordering a hard copy proof first before we print all of your books.
If you have page numbers in your file and are printing double sided, it is recommended to have alternating page numbers so they stay on the outer edges of the book. If you have your page numbers all on the left or right side of your pages, then half of the page numbers will be in near the binding of the book making it hard to navigate. For a professional look when printing double sided, alternate the location of the page numbers.