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Book Binding

The type of binding selected is usually based on the function of the document, the number of pages it contains and the printing budget. Give us a call if you are not sure what finish is right for you.
Plastic Comb Binding
Book will lay completely flat. Plastic comb binding is one of the most popular forms of binding. They are not only durable, but they can be re-used. Widely used by schools, businesses and are easy for home use.
Spiral coil binding
Spiral "Coil" Binding
Spiral binding is a continuous PVC filament formed into the shape of a spring. Pages turn very easily and the book will lay completely flat. Pages may also be opened back to back, while remaining flat.
Velo binding
Velo Binding
For sleek, slim styling, books lay flat for easy filing and mailing. VeloBind can securely bind books up to 3" thick.Great for reports and proposals. Very durable. Used heavily by the law community.
Tap thermal binding
Tape (Thermal) Bind
Uses a bind strip that is secured by heat and produces quality results in only seconds. Tape binding offers a high quality professional appearance while eliminating the labor time and costs of punching each document.
Perfect binding
Perfect Binding
Perfect binding is an excellent solution for that soft cover-look. This form of binding uses a full wrap around cover that can be printed on the spine. No punching involved.
Saddle stitching
Saddle Stitching
This is often called “booklet style” or “stapling the spine”. It can be the most economical type of binding for small booklets or programs.
Drilling hole punch
Drilling / Hole Punch
When your job requires pages to be added/inserted to an existing document your best solution can be to 3-hole punch the document and insert it into a binder.
Paper padding
Paper Padding
Padding (as the name indicates) is produced by means of applying liquid glue to several sheets of paper usually backed by chipboard (cardboard backer).
Wire-O binding
Wire-O Binding
Wire-O Bound books are used for more formal, organized, and professional presentations of information. Similarly, to spiral binding, the pages can be turned 360 degrees around on themselves without damaging the spine.
Chicago screw binding
Chicago Screw Binding
Chicago Screws are extremely versatile binders that allow loose documents of practically any shape or size to be securely bound together. They enable you to easily change out bound documents, making them a great choice for price books, menus, swatch books, architectural and engineering drawings, and much more.