Binding Examples

Spiral (Comb) Binding

Spiral Bind Example

Perfect for workbooks and other documents that need to lay flat when open, comb binding is a very cost-effective binding method.

Coil Binding

Coil Bind Example

Coil binding is a great way to pull together the pages of your report, workbook, or other documents. Durable enough for mailing, it comes in a wide variety of colors and sizes and is a cost effective way to add that professional touch.

Velo Binding

Velo Bind Example

A type of binding frequently used in the printing or copying of thicker documents such as books or manuscripts. Velo binding is both strong and cost-effective. Velo binding does not allow a document to lay flat when open, something to keep in mind when printing a workbook or other document that needs to lay flat.

Wire Binding

Wire Binding Example

The double loop style of wire binding provides a highly effective and affordable binding option for a wide range of document types.

Tape Binding

Tape Binding Example

Tape binding provides a strong, simple, and cost-effective solution for low-volume binding needs. It requires no holes to be punched, provides a clean, professional appearance and allows the bound document to lay flat when open.

Perfect Binding

Perfect Binding Example

Most commonly associated with paperback books, perfect binding utilizes a flexible adhesive to attach a paper cover to the spine of an assembled document. It is a simple, effective, and affordable way of binding reports, manuals, brochures and other documents that may not see a longer use cycle.

Booklet (Saddle Stitched)

Saddle Stitched Booklet Example

Saddle stitching is an excellent binding solution for small booklets and other printed volumes having a relatively small number of pages. Using our saddle stitching equipment, our binding experts will staple together the pages of your volume along the gutter of the folds, creating a bind that is both sturdy and highly cost-effective.