Impress your potential clients and existing clients with a high quality full colour booklet that is either saddle stitched, wire bound, comb bound or perfect bound.
Saddle stitch booklets – this is the most common form for binding booklets, a simple technique that uses two staples along the spine to bind them. This style is suited for self-covered booklets or plus cover booklets.
Wire bound – Booklets are punched along the left side with a series of holes, then a twin loop wire is inserted through the holes and closed at the end. These booklets have a plastic front cover and thicker back cover for durability.
Perfect bound – this is a widely used soft cover book binding technique. The pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong glue. The soft cover books that we see on the shelves of a bookstore are good examples of a perfect bound book.
Comb bound – this technique uses a lightweight plastic to bind booklets of up to 3 cm in thickness. This style is the most economical of all, they are meant for short term use as they can be damaged easily with continuous use and everyday handling.