Turned edge book covers and Menus are a high-end, durable option that provides a clean, seamless finish. The covers are created by wrapping a piece of rigid board with a printed or plain paper or cloth material and then folding the edges over the board, creating a turned edge that is smooth and refined.
At United Paper Box Co, we specialize in creating turned edge book covers that are both functional and visually appealing. Our covers are made using high-quality materials and state-of-the-art equipment, ensuring that they are built to last.
We offer a wide range of customization options for our turned edge book covers, including custom printing, embossing, debossing, and foil stamping. Our team of experts can work with you to create a design that perfectly fits your brand and elevates your product’s presentation.
Our turned edge book covers are perfect for a variety of applications, including hardcover books, binders, presentation folders, and packaging. They provide a premium, professional finish that is both elegant and durable, ensuring that your product will stand the test of time.
Whether you need turned edge book covers for a small run or a large production order, we can provide you with the quality and service that you deserve. Contact us today to learn more about our turned edge book cover options and how we can help elevate your next project.
This 3 page portfolio has a custom casted arrowhead to hold closed with the elastic. Heat debossed lid and liner.
3 panel portfolio with an angled pocket, pen loop and die cut card holder.
Custom dinner menu with an etched plate mounted in a recess.
Drink menus come in several different configuration. Tall single page to 2 and 3 panel. Custom menus are a great way to add extra elegance.
Custom 2 page dinner menu with menu holder on top and bottom. Heat deboss on cover adds a luxurious look.
2 panel dinner menu. Menu slides into the upper and lower panel to secure them.
2 panel portfolio to hold a sale booklet that would be applied after.
This 3 ring binder has a back panel that opens to to act a stand. The pages can then be flipped over during the presentation.