Binding Options

Hard Case Cover
Library quality, hard case bound books are the Cadillac of bindings. Today's technology makes it possible to bind as few as 25 books at a very reasonable cost.

Most publishers only offer foil stamping for the book title and author's name. With No Waste Publishing™ you have a choice. While we do offer the traditional material coverings with foil stamping, you also have the choice of a full color illustrated cover, using original artwork. And it costs less than ordinary foil stamping.

Whether you are looking for a full color cover or a more traditional stamped volume, we offer both in a true, hard case bind, with binder boards, including 100% white, c

otton end sheets. The cover is laminated in your choice of gloss or embossed laminate.

We can hard case bind dimensions of 4.5 x 4.5 up to 9 x 11, with 16 pages up to 600 pages.

Option: Head and Tail Bands (Hard Case Only)

Head and tail bands, which are available in mulitple color combinations, provide a nice finishing touch. Choose from red/yellow…royal blue/white…green/white….solid black….solid white.  Head and Tail bands add $ 1.50 to the unit price. 

Perfect Bound (paperback), Soft Cover

If you are looking for a more economical binding, perfect binding is the choice. The process is an adhesive binding method of securing loose leaves into a solid text block. Covers are full color, outside only on 10 or 12 pt, cast coated, heavy cover weight.

We can perfect bind dimensions of 4 x 4 up to 9.5" wide by 11" high, with 100 up to 300 pages.

Option: Perfect Bound Cover Lamination

We use a gloss coated cover weight for our perfect bound wraparound covers.  If you want more "pop", you have the option to add lamination for a nominal fee.

Saddle Stitch Binding
Another soft cover choice would be a saddle stitch binding. With this binding your book is scored, folded, bound with two staples and trimmed on three sides. This is a great, economical alternative to perfect binding.
Coil Binding
Spiral, Wir-o and GBC are the three most common coiled bindings. They are especially attractive in a children's book with thicker pages so little hands can easily turn the pages.