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The Importance Of Health And Safety Manual Printing

Health and safety measures are vitally important in any workplace, and especially so in industrial and manufacturing environments and premises. One such environment is the print industry – whilst productivity, accuracy and timeframes are important for any business, these aspects should never be allowed to take priority over staff and employee safety. The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) state that most common types of accidents within the print industry businesses are down to physical mishaps such as trips/slips, manual handling accidents and machinery misuse

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Choosing The Right Book Printers For You

Traditionally, getting your book printed would have entailed engaging with an established publishing house willing to take your work and print, publish and distribute on your behalf. As, perhaps, an unknown or unestablished writer, finding a publisher would be, in itself, a difficult task – then, if you were to be ‘taken on’ by a publishing house, the charges and financial overheads for their services would eat very heavily into any monies generated from your book.

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5 Reasons To Choose Bespoke Book Printing

In these days of internet domination and the rise of reading tools such as Kindles and tablets, you may be forgiven in thinking that book printing has become a thing of the past! You would, however, be very much mistaken – studies show that even today eight out of ten books are read in physical copy form!

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Book printing terminology

P2D Books like to make things simple for our clients, and here you will find a guide to some of the most common questions we get asked: Basis weight of paper – The weight of a material defined by g/m2 (grammes per square metre). Bleed – Printed matter which runs off the edge of the paper. The […]

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