Book and box printing is one of core expertise of SKS Print. We have done following types of printings:
- School Text Book
- Informational Book
- Novel Book
- Reference Book
- Company Annual Report Book
- Cook Book
- Hard Cover and Soft Cover Book
- Souvenir Magazine Book
- Magazine – Business, Cinema, Entertainment
- Poetry Book
- Drawing Book
- and more other type book to your requirements
Book Printing and Type of Papers
Readers usually prefer with uncoated paper as inside pages for book. While, coated and UV add the shine look on the book cover.
Some printing companies may suggest the use of uncoated paper as finishing. Uncoated paper comes in two different finishes, either a vellum or smooth finish. Books with uncoated paper usually looks very dull.
Nowadays, books comes in full colour compare to black and white printings.
The History of Book Printing
The term “book printing” is applied in historical context and the dictionaries describe it as the process for reproducing text and image, typically with ink on paper using a printing press.
The printing was, so to say, invented two times: first in China and then in Europe in the Middle Ages.
Woodblock printing became widely spread in China. The wood block was prepared as a relief matrix. The block was cut along the grain of the wood. Among the books executed in this technique the so-called Ars Grammatica (Latin grammar by Aelius Donatus) is the most well-known one.
As for the inventor of book printing, there is no single opinion. One of the most popular versions implies it was Johannes Gutenberg: this German craftsman invented the first printing press in late 1400’s. The principle of its work lies in the usage of a movable type (the metal type pieces with the printed signs engraved on them). The press combined the principle of die stamping and woodblock printing. The invention rapidly gained popularity in Italian cities. The masters from Venice worked out a new typeface which was called Antiqua or Venetian Font.
Thus, book printing is becoming more popular in Western Europe. At that time a lot of religious books were issued. The number of typographies was increasing in all European countries, except for Germany; they were even trying to reduce the number of typographies. For instance, the Sorbonne administration spoke out against the outspread of book printing.
A prominent 14th century book printer Aldo Manuci owned the famous Venetian typography, the Aldo’s Typography, which managed to issue about one thousand books for 100 years. .
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