Catalog / Booklet Binding
Perfect binding is the process used to produce paperback books.
It is the perfect process for manuals, catalogs, coupon books, paperback books, and more.
They are produced with heavier covers and attached at the spine with a strong, flexible glue.
We then trim the books on three sides to make them look clean and professional.
Stapling is one of the simplest – and most effective – methods of binding.
Saddle-stitch (staple through the spine) magazines and other multi-page items such as catalogs, programs, booklets, annual reports, and newsletters.
Saddle-stitching is a sturdy, durable, and attractive binding option. The number of pages our saddle-stitching equipment can bind together varies depending on the weight of the paper used, but the results are the same every time: nice, clean, and professional.
Coil binding, also known as spiral binding, is a commonly used bookbinding style for creating booklets, manuals, reports, presentations, and proposals.
Documents bound with spiral coil have the ability to open flat on the desk or table and offer 360° rotation for easier note-taking.
Durable and strong, this binding method is often used for documents that need to be heavily used.
Comb binding is one of the many ways to secure pages together into a book. This method utilizes round plastic spines, 19 rings, and a hole puncher that makes rectangular holes.
Our printing firm has a large variety of different-sized comb bindings, ranging from 3/16 of an inch (for 10 sheets of 20# paper) up to 2 inches (for 400 sheets of 20 pound paper).