This type of binding involves punching rectangular holes in a document and inserting a plastic "comb" that holds the pages together.
Spiral binding involves punching small round holes through a document and threading a round plastic coils through the binding area. It is often used for manuals and long booklets as it is cost effective in both large and small quantities and stays open when lying flat.
Wire-O Binding is very similar to comb binding. Documents open flat and stay flat and are kept very secure as once the wire is closed it can not be re-opened.
Our bindery professionals are experts at operating our state-of-the-art cutting machines. We frequently save our clients money by printing or duplicating multi-up on a page and cutting them down.
Our Paper drill drills holes into stacks of paper. Various size holes and positions available.
We can machine-fold your documents in a number of formats, including single and double parallel, tri- and z-folds.
Scoring prepares paper for folding by creasing the paper or cover stock. Without scoring, some papers, and certainly heavier weight papers, may crack when folding.
Remove sharp corners on reports, documents, cards and more. Rounded corners give reports and other documents a professional look.
The process used to create memo pads by applying a gum adhesive to one edge.
Produces the look of a magazine or booklet, with staples in the center fold.
Tabs available in ratios of 1:5, 8 or 10 regular or mylar laminated. Custom sizes, ratios & colours can be ordered. Tabs can be printed on and inserted into your document.
Present your documents in white 1" to 2" binders which allow for insertion of custom designed & printed covers and spines. Other sizes & colours are available to order.