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Here's a list of our standard document binding and book binding types with brief descriptions,  include perfect-binding (glue binding), pad-binding, spiral coil binding, hardback binding, saddle-stitching and ring-binding. 

Please choose and click the link below to view the details of different types of book binding. 

Saddle Stitch Binding

Side Stitch Binding

Side Sewn Binding

Screw Post Binding

Perfect Binding

   ---Burst Perfect Binding
   ---Lay-Flat Perfect Binding

Case Bound Binding

Spiral Binding

Wire-O Binding

   ---Double-Loop Wire Binding
   ---Concealed Double-Loop Wire Binding

Comb Binding

Plastic Grip Binding

Rivet Binding

Ring Binding

 

Perfect Binding


Perfect BindingPerfect Binding is the most common style used for binding paperback books, where a high quality, professional finish is required. With this method, the pages are adhered to either a soft or hard cover with glue.

This method is usually used in any book or booklet with over 24 pages, where a more professional image is required, such as conference programs, catalogues, reports, project portfolios, manuals.

Here's a list of our standard document binding and book binding types with brief descriptions,  include perfect-binding (glue binding), pad-binding, spiral coil binding, hardback binding, saddle-stitching and ring-binding. 

Please choose and click the link below to view the details of different types of book binding. 

Saddle Stitch Binding

Side Stitch Binding

Side Sewn Binding

Screw Post Binding

Perfect Binding

   ---Burst Perfect Binding
   ---Lay-Flat Perfect Binding

Case Bound Binding

Spiral Binding

Wire-O Binding

   ---Double-Loop Wire Binding
   ---Concealed Double-Loop Wire Binding

Comb Binding

Plastic Grip Binding

Rivet Binding

Ring Binding

 

Burst Perfect Binding

Burst Perfect BindingThe burst binding method is similar to Perfect binding. However it will provide generally twice the strength of a Perfect Bound book. Burst Binding requires the spine to be notched, done during the folding process using a special burst notching attachment. During the binding process the glue penetrates the notches into the centre of the section.

Burst Binding is often used for publications that might be subject to frequent usage or when more difficult stocks are to be bound. The key to a well produced Burst bound book lies in the preparation of the spine when the folded sections are being produced.

Here's a list of our standard document binding and book binding types with brief descriptions,  include perfect-binding (glue binding), pad-binding, spiral coil binding, hardback binding, saddle-stitching and ring-binding. 

Please choose and click the link below to view the details of different types of book binding. 

Saddle Stitch Binding

Side Stitch Binding

Side Sewn Binding

Screw Post Binding

Perfect Binding

   ---Burst Perfect Binding
   ---Lay-Flat Perfect Binding

Case Bound Binding

Spiral Binding

Wire-O Binding

   ---Double-Loop Wire Binding
   ---Concealed Double-Loop Wire Binding

Comb Binding

Plastic Grip Binding

Rivet Binding

Ring Binding

 

Lay-Flat Perfect Binding

Lay-Flat BindingLay-flat binding is an ingenious method employing a flexible cloth-like material to adhere the text to the material. The rigid spine is done away with and what you have is a book (minus very narrow or very thin books) that will lay flat on a table without springing closed or requiring you to press down on the pages. This can be a great aid when using a computer or other technical manual, phone directory, textbook, cookbook, music book, or countless types of other books.

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