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Saddle stitch binding

Saddle stitch binding uses staples on the spine and is popular for brochures, menus, catalogues and more.

Perfect binding

With this binding method, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine to create high-end magazines, books and catalogues.

Glued pad binding

Glued pad binding is ideal for tear-away style products such as notepads or pads of carbonless copy paper.

Thread sewn binding

This binding technique uses thread to sew through folded signatures of a book to create highly durable products.

Glued fold

A glued fold is popular for long-run print materials, such as leaflets or inserts, intended for short-term use.

Spiral binding

Held together with a wire coil, spiral bound products are durable, open flat and are easy to handle.