FedEx/Kinko's, Office MAX, Office Depot, and similar firms can print and bind your projects, should you wish to self-publish.
When my Magic World retail shop began branching out into publishing in the 1980s, I was lucky enough to find a local offset printer with reasonable rates. My wife and I handled the collating ourselves and did the binding with an Ibico comb binding machine we purchased by mail.
With the huge advances in laser print technologies, you can buy an HP duplexing laser printer for well under $500. This, along with a binding machine, would allow you to print on demand as orders came in. No inventory to keep, no shopworn copies! Wow!