Book Printing: A Springfield Printing Corp. Specialty
One of our specialties at Springfield Printing Corp. is book printing.
We can create small runs or large runs of books, from hard bound to soft cover. We manufacture books for book publishers, small and large businesses, self-published authors, and individuals. We print books for customers across the United States including New York City, New England, Boston, MA, NH, and VT.
As a top quality book printer,
we can help make your dream of becoming a published author a reality.
Fun facts about our book printing:
Dr. Wayne Andersen is a nationally-recognized physician, author, and speaker. He relies on SPC for providing turnkey solutions for his book printing and other publications. These include printing, order acceptance, and fulfillment.
We printed The Bodies of Mothers, from renowned photographer Jade Beall, and published by Green Writers Press of Brattleboro, Vermont. This was a beautiful hardcover volume consisting of 144 pages.
“Recent developments in book manufacturing include the development of digital printing. Book pages are printed, in much the same way as an office copier works, using toner rather than ink. Each book is printed in one pass, not as separate signatures. Digital printing has permitted the manufacture of much smaller quantities than offset, in part because of the absence of make readies and of spoilage.” (Wikipedia)
“One of the most important functions in the printing process is prepress production. This stage makes sure that all files are correctly processed in preparation for printing. This includes converting to the proper CMYK color model, finalizing the files, and creating plates for each color of the job to be run on the press.
Offset lithography is one of the most common ways of creating printed materials. A few of its common applications include: newspapers, magazines, brochures, stationery, and books. Compared to other printing methods, offset printing is best suited for economically producing large volumes of high quality prints in a manner that requires little maintenance. Many modern offset presses use computer-to-plate systems as opposed to the older computer-to-film work flows, which further increases their quality.” (Wikipedia)