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How to design your book for Walsworth’s binding process

Preparing a book, catalog or magazine for printing is a detailed process. Walsworth offers many options for binding your publication, but each has its individual design requirements.

Whether you choose hard cover Smyth Sewn, soft cover Perfect Bound, Mechanical Bound or Saddle Stitch, we want to help you be successful with the binding option that’s best for your publication and design for it accordingly.

That’s why we’ve put together a manual, How to Design Your Book for Walsworth’s Binding Process.

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FAQs for Walsworth's Customer Service Department in Michigan

Walsworth’s Customer Service Department serves a vital role in ensuring good customer experience.

“We’re the liaison between the customer and the manufacturing plant,” said Jake Pschigoda. He oversees the Customer Service Department at Walsworth’s Saint Joseph, Michigan facility, which is primarily focused on magazine and catalog manufacturing.

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Saint Joseph team achieves G7 Master Qualification

Walsworth is proud to announce G7 Master Qualification at yet another of its facilities. The team in Saint Joseph, Michigan, achieved the status after thorough testing and inspection.

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Got print project questions? We’ve got answers!

Walsworth is constantly striving to exceed the needs of our customers. There are some questions our Customer Service Representatives see more than others. We’ve answered them here, so you don’t have to ask when planning your next print project.

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Creating a Successful RFP: A Guide for Associations

Creating a clear and solid Request for Proposal (RFP) sets the foundation for a successful printing project. When it comes time to solicit bids, there are several steps you can take to ensure potential vendors understand what you want. This will save everyone time and effort. You don’t want to waste their time, and you don’t want a printer to commit to something outside their capability wheelhouse because they misunderstood your wishes.

Throughout the entire process, you’ll want to hold yourself and your prospects to two standards: clarity and efficiency.

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