Every book deserves meticulous attention to detail as it is being printed. A high-quality book printer treats each project with the utmost care, from a trade organization handbook to a lavishly illustrated children’s tale.

So, don’t settle. Here are four of the top characteristics to look for in a high-quality book printer:

  1. State-of-the-art equipment: High-quality book printing begins with choosing the right tools for the job. Continuous feed inkjet and toner presses allow the ideal printing partner to produce high-quality one-color and four-color books in small or large quantities to fit your unique needs.
  2. Expansive customization: Versatility is a good sign of a great printing vendor. A high-quality book printer will offer multiple binding styles, as well as flourishes such as foil stamping, hinge scoring, and protective dust jackets.
  3. Turnaround time: By eliminating the need for multiple printing plates and the logistics therein, digital printing sidesteps the hassle and potential delays associated with offset printing. Data is sent directly from a computer to a high-volume printer, putting your finished books on the fast track. A high-quality book printer should be able to deliver your finished project in a matter of days, not weeks.
  4. Ultimately, you want to find a printing partner who is passionate about printing and understands all the time and effort you put into your book. Anyone can purchase a printing press and claim to make books but finding a high-quality book printer with years of experience and a stellar reputation for producing beautiful books is hard to come by.

Gasch Printing possesses all four of these attributes and a history of exemplary customer service dating back to its founding in 1982 when Doug B. Gash began printing letterhead and envelopes on a small offset press in his basement. Since then, under the direction of his son, Douglas E. Gasch, the company pivoted to books, becoming a leading all-digital, high-quality book printer in the US. Contact us today to learn more about how you might benefit from printing your books at Gasch Printing.