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Bindery

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Saddle Stitching is a method in which metal wires (much like staples) are stitched through the spine of booklets. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages.

  • Recommended maximum of 64 pages.
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Coil Binding (also known as Spiral Binding) is a method in which a coil spine is inserted through holes punched along the spine of the printed piece. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages so that the left edge of each page stays aligned. This binding style lets the pages of the booklet lay flat once opened.

  • Copy must be at least 3/8″ inside from the trim line on the bound edge.
  • Recommended minimum of 24 pages.
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Wire-O Binding
is a method in which a C-shaped wire is inserted along the spine through holes punched in the printed piece. This binding style lets the pages of the booklet lay flat once opened.

  • Copy must be at least 3/8″ inside from the trim line on the bound edge.
  • Recommended minimum of 32 pages.
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Comb / GBC Binding is a method in which a round plastic spine is inserted through rectangular holes punched in the printed piece. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages so that the left edge of each page stays aligned.

  • Copy must be at least 3/8″ inside from the trim line on the bound edge.
  • Recommended minimum of 16 pages.
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Perfect Binding is very common with paperback books. It is a method in which adhesive is applied along the spine of booklets in order to keep all the pages together and hold the cover in place. There is no stitching in this binding process. Perfect Binding is not ideal for jobs with a very low page count because there will not be a thick enough spine.

  • Recommended minimum of 48 pages.
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One Staple Binding is exactly like it sounds. A single staple is inserted through the top left corner of Book / Manual to keep everything in place. This process is ideal for large run jobs with a low page count.

  • Recommended minimum of 48 pages.
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Two Staple Binding is a good option if you want to hold everything in place a little better.

  • Copy must be at least 3/8″ inside from the trim line on the bound edge
  • Recommended minimum of 48 pages.
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Three Ring Binding is a method in which three holes are punched along the edge of the sheets to use with a standard three ring binder. This binding process is great for documents that need to be easily removed or have dividers, tabs, or other pages inserted. This process works well for jobs with almost any page amount.

  • Copy must be at least 3/4″ inside from the trim line on the bound edge.
  • Recommended for any page count.

Sign Bindery

H-Stakes, Rider Clips (Yard & “For Sale” Signs)
H-Stakes are used to bind our Yard and “For Sale” Signs. These stakes slide into the plastic corrugated flutes of the material. Rider Clips are used to to hold our “Rider Signs” that sit atop Yard and “For Sale” Signs. See 2nd Picture here.

Hems, Grommets, Pole Pockets (Banners)
Hems
are when the edge of the banner is folded narrowly and sewn to prevent unraveling of the fabric. Available on all 4 sides or top and bottom. Grommets are the metal ring holes used for hanging your banners and signs. Available every 2 feet or all 4 corners. Pole Pockets can be sewn into the top or bottom of a banner to place a pipe or rod through. Pole Pockets are recommended when the banner is hung from a ceiling or needs a weighted bottom. A Pole Pocket put into the top of the Banner provides an easy way to carry the banner in a parade. Available 2 in. or 4 in., Left and Right or Top and Bottom.

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