Saddle stitching – This is the most popular and cost effective option. Here a document i held together with small wire stables that run along the spine. It is often preferred for smaller brochure to achieve a professional finish.
Perfect binding – A suitable option for thicker brochures as it provides a smooth and professional look that is sturdy and lasts. The process involves binding the document together using a strong adhesive along the spine.
Wire-o binding – With this method metal loops are used to bind the booklet together. The binding can be position across the top or down the left hand side of the document. Unlike other binding options, the technique can allow the document to bend fully around, making it the perfect option for training manuals, reference guides and note pads.
Screw fixing – Here holes are drilled into the pages of the booklet and screws are inserted. This is ideal for smaller documents and creates a unique and eye catching element to the job.
Case bound books – ideal for a commemorative book, portfolio or register, as it provides a hard backed book that is strong and durable.