The fastest, most economical binding option available for a high-volume order.
- Saddle stitching is a lot like stapling your pages into booklet form. One flat sheet is folded to make four pages and then bound with a staple.
- Your desired page count must be within four-page increments. Bind up to 68 pages of 100 lb. paper or up to 88 pages of 70 lb. paper.
Look like the pros with perfect binding. It is a stronger, longer-lasting option similar to magazine binding.
- All pages nest in the binding perfectly, creating an identifiable, squared-off spine.
- Great for materials that require printed binding or a well-defined spine.
Your paper is glued together at the edge, making it easy to remove sheets from the binding.
- Add holes to hang or fit in a binder, or add chipboard backing to turn it into a writing pad.
- Ideal for creating notebooks, notepads and stationery pads, coupon books, postcard books, or books of flyers.
Spiral wire binds the paper together, just like a spiral notebook. Gives a professional finish for less than perfect binding and works with almost any number of pages.
- Great when you have a high volume of paper (up to 300 pages) or a short run (as few as 100 pieces).
Similar to spiral binding, but more economical and less durable.
- It uses a round, tubular plastic “comb” with its teeth inserted into rectangular holes in the binding.
- Great for disposable materials or handouts for presentations.
How to order
Specify in special instructions:
- Type of binding
- Number of pages
- Binding orientation
- Flat and finished sizes of the finished product