Magazine Printing by Dollco – Full colour, glossy paper, print magazine production.

Transform Your Vision into Print with Dollco’s Premier Magazine Printing Solutions

Print Your Own Magazine, Professionally

Raise your professional standards to new heights when you print your magazine with Dollco, where each page leaves a lasting impression. Specializing in premium magazine printing, we ensure your publication stands apart in a crowded marketplace. Our commitment to excellence is evident in every aspect of our printing process. From crisp, clear visuals that capture the essence of your content, to durable binding that withstands the test of time, every element is crafted with precision and care.

Dollco Offers a Wide Selection of Paper for Print Magazine Publishers

Dollco understands your choice of paper is a critical decision in printing which is why we offer a wide range of options, allowing you to choose the perfect texture and weight to complement your magazine’s design and purpose. Whether you desire glossy finishes to make your photographs pop, or matte pages to lend a sophisticated touch, we have the resources to meet your needs. At Dollco, we believe that a great magazine is more than just words and images on paper; it’s an experience that engages and captivates readers. That’s why we work closely with you to understand your vision and bring it to life in the most impactful way possible. Our team of experts is dedicated to providing you with personalized service and advice, ensuring that your magazine reflects the quality and professionalism of your brand.

We’ve printed millions of magazines.

We will get it done. On time and on budget.

“Hamilton Magazine’s success story stands as a testament to Dollco’s unwavering commitment to our clients and our ability to unlock their full potential.”

Pierre McCann, General Manager of Dollco

Quality Magazine Printing Service

Wide Experience

1,000’s unique titles have helped us hone our service team and workflow processes.

Publication Experts

Our team of publication specialists is here to guide you at every stage of your project, ensuring your success.

24/6 Production

Our facilities run continuously to ensure flexibility and meet your timing needs.

Integrated Process

We house our entire process under one roof for maximum scheduling control and quality assurance.

Quality Printing

We use top-tier web press technology to provide the best quality print in the market, all at a cost-effective rate.

Direct Contact

Enjoy a smooth process with one point of contact, and a dedicated Customer Service Representative.

Get your magazine printing quote

We will get it done. On time and on budget.

Types of Magazines

The Canadian Encyclopedia reports how The Nova Scotia Magazine of 1789 was the first Canadian magazine. It was edited by the Rev William Cochran and printed by John Howe, father of reformer Joseph Howe. It billed itself as a Comprehensive Review of Literature, Politics, and News. There are over 2200 magazines being published in Canada today, and they can be grouped into a half dozen different magazine types.
Coffee Table Magazines Coffee table magazines like Milk and Wallpaper are thick publications with a hard spine and dense, glossy paper. When set on a coffee table they become part of the furniture and imbue style and culture. Comic Books When it comes to comic books, the paper for both single issue comic books and square bound graphic novels is 60# paper. However, both graphic novels and comic books may elect to use 70# paper for black and white or 80# glossy for full color print Look Books Look books are photo collections on glossy paper. They’re frequently employed to showcase fashion collections and real estate. Catalogues Catalogues are lists of items for sale from a particular company, or objects in a museum, or books in a library. The colour photos have lots of detail but are mostly small and have neutral backgrounds. General Interest Magazines General interest magazines are the most common type of magazine and are popular because they cover a wide variety of topics in a single publication. Magazines such as New York Times, People, and National Geographic can typically be found near the checkout lines at grocery store or supermarkets. Trade Magazines Trade magazines are professional publications intended for audiences within a specific industry. They are highly detailed, and deliver information on industry-wide issues, offer equipment reviews, and relate news about recent developments to professionals within a specific industry. Most professions have trade publications.
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