Create a little magic with our

Book Printing Service

 

From love stories to crime dramas, reference books to autobiographies, annual reports to planners, get everything you need in one place and create a little magic of your own.

 

If you want your dream to become a reality

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Create a little magic with our Book Printing Service

From love stories to crime dramas, reference books to autobiographies, annual reports to planners, get everything you need in one place and create a little magic of your own.

If you want more customers

Perfect Bound Books

Perfect Bound or Soft Cover Books

Case Bound Books

Case Bound or Hard Cover Books

Wiro Bound Books

Wiro Bound Books

Saddle Stitch Books

Saddle Stitch Booklets

You’ve done the work. Spent hours carefully crafting a story, put together volumes of history covering generations, created the most useful planner that ‘everyone’ will surely need.

Now you need to get it printed! So, who do you trust to turn all your hard work into print? The printer with cheapest price!!!

There are plenty of details to be sorted out. The number of pages, printing in colour or black & white, type of paper, paper weight, type of binding, size of the book, number of copies, etc.

And don’t forget about the design, it’s one of the most important considerations of all (cover design and title, page style and layout, fonts). Most of us do judge a book by the cover so don’t leave it to just anyone. Not only will all these things impact how your book looks and feels, but they can also affect the readability and the sales results (if you intend on selling your book).

The last thing you want is for your dream to be destroyed by making the wrong decisions at this critical stage.

Avoid the traps and make getting your book printed as easy as 1, 2, 3.

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Discuss the options, get good honest advice and choose the options that are right for you 

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Receive design proofs of your book

3

Make any last-minute changes before your book is printed

Then just sit backrelax and wait for your books to be delivered to your door. 

The team at Graphics Unlimited are

BOOK PRINTING SPECIALISTS

The Fingers of Australia & Silesia

Many thanks for your integrity, friendliness, and cooperation of service. You have fulfilled a dream of ours to have the Finger family history published. This Book is a fine example of what can be accomplished with the help of professionals.

Glenda & John Dovile

If you want your book to be as important to the company that prints it as it is to you, then 

To discuss your options

There are many different types of books and the choices you make will be different depending on the intended purpose of the book.

Make sure you’re working with someone who knows (and cares) what the differences are and how they can affect your results.

When it comes to book printing, the team at Graphics Unlimited have the knowledge and experience to answer all your questions and help you choose the right options.

We’ll help you create a little magic of your own and your dream a reality with quality workmanship and careful attention to detail.

Frequently Asked Questions
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How much will it cost?

Like most things, the cost will depend on a range of options. I recommend you call now to discuss all the options you have. We’ll guide you through the process and help you choose what is most suitable for you and then provide a quote.

How important is the design?

Most people (including many print companies) underestimate the value of the design and with the rise in DIY programs, many think it’s little more than a simple word processing task. It’s true that these programs provide the ability to save on design costs. However, it’s important to recognise what a difference qualified and experienced graphic designers can make to your project. They understand the impact of design hierarchy, the use of white space, the effect of different colours, and how it can all impact your marketing results. They also understand colour spaces like RGB and CMYK, low & high-resolution images, and of course preparing the file for print.

Cover Design is one of the most important aspects to be considered. Even if you can supply the finished design for your book, we recommend having the cover professionally designed. If you intend to sell your book, the cover can be the difference between your book being picked up or left on the shelf. You only get one chance to make a good first impression and books are judged by their cover.

What advice and guidance do you provide?

Regardless of the type of book (or other items) you’re having producedthe team at Graphics Unlimited are here to advice and guide you every step of the way. From explaining and helping you chose the options that are right for you, to explaining the processes involved (if you want to know).

What types of binding are available?

There are a number of different binding methods available including perfect binding with hard or soft covers, saddle stitching, spiral binding, wiro binding and comb binding. Each method has specific applications and there are often variations within each of the methods. We’ll explain the differences and help you chose the most appropriate method for your book.

Can I provide my own design files?

Yes, of course, however, there may be additional charges if the files are not provided in the correct format or contain errors, and our ability to make last-minute changes may be limited.

Do you outsource your work overseas?

Graphics Unlimited is proudly Australian-owned and operated. All our products and services are produced in Australia with our factory in Thomastown, Melbourne. There are some components, like paper, for instance, thatis sourced from other Australian companies but is imported from overseas. 

Is there a guarantee?

Yes, everything we do is guaranteed in one way or another. Obviously, we cannot guarantee how many books you will sell because there are too many variables that are outside our control, however, we guarantee the quality of the finished product and will reprint or refund (at our discretion) in the rare event that the finished product is not up to our very high standards.