Books printed by printing house Ormus in Europe

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Offset Printing

Offset printing also called offset lithography.
It's a commonly used printing technique in which the image is transferred from a plate to a rubber blanket, then to the printing surface. It is one of the most popular printing methods used for printing books, catalogues, brochures, magazines.

Compared to other printing techniques - offset is better for high-quality big print runs. Offset printing gives you the highest print quality and it is much cheaper with a large print run.

There are many possibilities in product material choice and printing:
Colours: CMYK and Pantones;
Different types of coated, uncoated, art paper.

Digital Printing

In this type of production printable materials are delivered to the device in computer data. It is commonly used when offset is not cosst effective. In this type of print you can personalize your designs.

The order can be realized immediately and the print quality is close to the offset.
Print speed is faster than typical computers printers, but slightly slower than offset printing.
It is possible to print on many different substrates and in a wide range of weights.

Binding Example

BINDING

There are plenty of ways to bind a book and every now and then, there are always a new designer’s ideas. See the list of the most popular methods, which we also use.

If there’s no book binding type on this list you wish to have - ask if it’s possible to do it for you

  • Saddle-stitched

    The pages are sewn with metal staples. Most commonly used for stapling soft covers that have few pages, such as brochures, magazines, or workbooks.

    Printed saddle stiched example no. 1 Printed saddle stiched example no. 2 Printed saddle stiched example no. 3

  • Soft cover Hotmelt and PUR binding

    The most popular form of binding books. Pages are glued with strong glue to the back of the book.
    PUR binding is the same, except that the adhesive used to bond the sides is much stronger. PUR binding will usually be used for hardcover books.

    Soft cover Hotmelt and PUR bindingexample no. 1 Soft cover Hotmelt and PUR binding example no. 2

  • Soft cover glued/sewn with flaps
  • Soft cover sewn binding

    Even more solid soft cover binding option. Book will never fall apart.

    Soft cover sewn binding example no. 1 Soft cover sewn binding example no. 2 Soft cover sewn binding example no. 3

  • Hard cover sewn or PUR glued

    The safest, most secure form of binding. The sides are sewn or glued along the back.

    Hard cover sewn or PUR glued example no. 1 Hard cover sewn or PUR glued example no. 2

  • Hard cover sewn or glued with dust jacket
  • Hard cover with Geltex, fabric or leather
  • Hardcover binding with foam covers
  • Wire binding/spiral binding

    Pages are bind by a wire. A similar solution is a Case-in Wiro binding, where the spiral is not visible outside.

    Wire binding example no. 1 Wire binding example no. 2 Wire binding example no. 3

  • Integral binding sewn

    Something between soft and hard cover binding. Instead of 2mm cardboard it is used 250g one side coated paper (carton) and 150g two sides coated paper on top of it.

    Integral binding example no. 1 Integral binding example no. 2

  • Swiss binding

    Pages are bind by a wire. A similar solution is a Case-in Wiro binding, where the spiral is not visible outside.

  • Half linen binding
  • Cerlox Binding

  • Otabind binding
Finish printer example

FINISHES

There are free most used finishing types: varnish, lamination and embossing (hot-stamping).

Paper varnishes and foil (lamination) are applied to paper stock and gives the page a smooth and consistent texture as well as having the added benefit of sealing the printed material to help preserve it better. High-quality books and magazines usually have a paper varnish applied to their pages.

There are many different ways to express uniqueness of project. You can use different types of lamination, foil, varnish, emboss to consist texture and printed colours emboss or make it more beautiful.

Varnish
  • Standard gloss / matt

  • Dispersion gloss / matt

Lamination
  • Gloss
  • Matt

  • Matt + UV spotted

  • Soft touch

  • Structured

Embossing
  • Foil embossing - metallic / pigmental
  • Blind embossing
  • Thermo embossing
Special print example

SPECIALS

Special finishing and materials can allow your work to stand out.

Apart from typicals and standards we stand out in big diversity of binding finishing and various printing materials. From simples to the most complex ones.

Find something you are interested in and make your project special.

Die Cutting
  • Round corners

  • Shape cutting
  • Index tabs cutting

  • Perforating
Special materials for covers
  • Geltex / Wibalin cover materials

  • Natural leathers with option of embossing

  • Artificial leathers with option of embossing

  • Wooden covers

Other
  • Coloured edges - painted or foiled

  • Scented paper & Fragrant B]books

  • Pasteboard cases for one or more books

  • Personalization

    The safest, most secure form of binding. The sides are sewn or glued along the back.

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