Looking for recommendations for on-demand printing for a small center-stapled booklet. Like ka-blam, but not ka-blam. Anyone got one?
@craigmaloney Looks like they do digital downloads. I'm looking for paper copies by mail... oddly enough! :)
@viTekiM digest size?
A saddle stitch stapler is $20. There are a few options for printing at home that will come in under fifty cents a booklet in cost.
For what you're describing it might be a better option to get some cheap printing gear or work with someone who already has some.
A lot of shops will do zine style stuff cheap, but most don't print on demand.
@viTekiM I can't commit to the kind of consistency that PoD demands, but I would happily do a short run for you or help you pick gear to diy.
@ajroach42 Hey thanks! I just realized that buying a stapler was the most reasonable path for me. I doubt I'd ever need more than 10. Was looking at https://www.amazon.com/dp/B001B0GWKU/ref=psdc_1069344_t1_B01JZ8MCEY
@viTekiM That'll work, and I have one just like it.
I also have: https://www.amazon.com/Eagle-Swing-Arm-Capacity-Specialized-Stapling/dp/B01JZ8MCEY/ which is a little more versatile and https://www.amazon.com/Bostitch-No-Jam-Booklet-Stapler-B440SB/dp/B0006HVU8S/ which is more expensive and less versatile, but WAY easier to get right, especially if you're doing a bunch.
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