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"Why isn’t this a real thing?"

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What service do you use to print your books? Are there hardcover options? Thanks! You're amazing!

reapersun:

I hope you don’t mind that I publish this, since others might like to see as well.

These are some of the places I’ve used to print books so far. I’m not really particularly recommending any specific place, I think anyone looking to print a book should look into many places and choose what works for them. You can write and ask them if they’ll do a certain thing, since most of them don’t list their complete services (such as hardcover). These blurbs are based on my own experiences and might vary for you.

Edit: Please note this is for comics, artbooks, sketchbook collections, etc, not books with text. I’ve never printed a text only book but I’d imagine you’d want to look at completely different criteria and probably completely different shops.

RA Comics Direct

Pros: super fast, super responsive, low runs, pretty reasonable pricing, does a lot of file set up for you at no charge

Cons: doesn’t print explicit/nsfw content, print quality is good for black and white or sketch collections but not artbooks, pretty limited print selection

Books printed with them: Wreck, all SFW doodlebooks, ABCs with Ben, Red Pants doodlebook

MCRL Printing

Pros: HELLA quality (uses offset printing process vs digital) good for artbooks, good pricing (last time I used them), reasonably manufacture time, a lot of print options if you know what to ask for

Cons: very slow communications, slow shipping, printed in China (bad for local business), requires files be set up at pdf in Indesign or similar program, doesn’t print nsfw content, requires very high runs

Books printed with them: 7 Patch Problem

SIPS Comics

Pros: prints nsfw content, low runs

Cons: pricing is high, charges more for nsfw content vs normal content, slow communication and slow manufacturing, print quality is grainy even for digital

Books printed with them: NSFW Doodlebook

DoujinPress

Pros: prints nsfw content, really good communication, they handle a lot of setup, pretty good quality, does low runs, fast manufacturing options

Cons: pricing is pretty high, some quality issues (i used a matte cover with black and so every book was very obviously scuffed in the print process)

Books printed with them: All the Days (30 day challenge collection)

Transcontinental (note, I’m only part of the way through the process with them and so this isn’t a full evaluation)

Pros: prints nsfw content, judging from other books I’ve bought from them they have really good quality, very good pricing, reasonable low runs (about 100)

Cons: fairly slow communications, difficult for someone inexperienced to understand a lot of their communications/directions, some kind of totally wack shipping cost that I’ve still negotiating with them, a lot of forms you have to fill out

Books printed with them: Banquet (Hannibal)

Here are also some other places that have been recommended to me but I haven’t used:

Print Ninja (does hardcover, foil, cheap but high run)

DocuCopies (cheap)

Hope that helps :))

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foods dangerous to dogs:

  1. avocadoes
  2. alcohol
  3. raw bread dough
  4. caffeine
  5. chocolate
  6. grapes and raisins
  7. onions and garlic
  8. macadamia nuts
  9. raw salmon
  10. xylitol (artificial sweeteners)

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