Binding Guide

Saddle Stitched

This format is the most common binding type for pagination's up to approximately 64 pages. The weight of paper will depend on exactly how many sheets can be stitched, the minimum is 2 printed sheets which are and folded and stitched to hold them together.
Saddle Stitch

Perfect Bound

This format is the most common binding type for large pagination's typically catalogues, brochures and magazines. A cover sheet is creased to create the spine and hinge areas, then the pages are held in place using a very high strength bonding adhesive.

Perfect Bound

Wirobinding

This is a very popular and simple presentation format. All the pages are punched to create a set of holes along the binding edge, which are used to hold the wire binding in place. It is common to finish the presentation using an acetate sheet on the front with a stiff card back.

Wirobinding

Drilled

This is a standard format when enclosing material within a 'ring binder', depending on the binder either 2 or 4 holes will be required. The ring binder can be a standard size width or a custom folder can be manufactured to accomodate large amounts of pages.

Drilled

Stab Stitch

This is a very simple format used for basic presentation material usually for a small number of pages. Either 2 stitches can be applied as shown or a single diagonal one to the top left.

Side Staple

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