Are you looking for a reliable, quality, short run printer? These six all come highly recommended by my colleagues at the Association of Personal Historians.
If you have other printers that you’ve had a good experience with, let me know. I’ll add their names to a future list.
“In 2010 a book is no longer just a book. A book is a paperback, a hardcover, or, of course, an ebook. It needs to be in the form the reader wants it, when the reader wants it. As a publisher you see opportunity in this epochal change. As BookMobile, we see the vision we created in the ’90s being realized.”
Custom Museum Publishing
“Custom Museum Publishing specializes in the creative design, production and printing of full-color books, exhibit catalogs and marketing materials for artists, galleries, museums and historical societies. Located in beautiful mid-coast Maine, our newest printing technology makes your showcase-quality products affordable in either small or large quantities. In addition to perfect-bound and hard-bound books and exhibit catalogs, we offer calendars, note cards, post cards, brochures, and large-format signage. We also offer experienced exhibit photography and copy editing.”
Family Heritage Publishers
“Utah Bookbinding Company is the binding division of Family Heritage Publishers. It has been in continuous operation since its establishment in March 1952. It has been owned and operated by the same family since the beginning. It is the premiere library binding company serving the Intermountain West. Its experience is unsurpassed in the industry with employees having a collective experience of over 100 years.”
First Choice Books
“Book publishers, small publishing presses and independent authors who wish to self publish will find our self publishing company affordable, trustworthy and dependable. Quotations are provided within 2 to 3 business days and a hardcopy proof within 2 weeks. Our high tech book printing equipment and experienced, friendly team of professionals will make your publishing experience enjoyable and informative.”
“Our company will be successful only if our customers are successful.” Those were the words of D.W. Friesen who started our company in 1907, in Altona, Manitoba. What started as a small confectionery store has grown to become one of Canada’s leading independent companies, specializing in book manufacturing and printing.”
“We are a Pacific Northwest book printer specializing in book design and book printing for self-published books. At Gorham Printing, it’s easy to turn your manuscript into a professional quality book. If you are looking for exceptional book design combined with quality book printing, you’ve come to the right place!”
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