Whatever documents you require printing. Such as tickets, product instruction manuals, training packs, meeting agendas, work proposals, university projects and everything in between. Make sure you get the printing service which is affordable, fast, and has a range of printing and binding options. You should also consider if they can deliver your documents to your home, or wherever else you might need them.

There are many different types of printing methods available and they’re continuing to evolve. Each type is suited to a different need. This means that businesses can choose a printing technique that best highlights their products or service.

 

Binding affects the overall feel of a document. Binding is an incredibly important factor and can transform the aesthetics of your document, report, brochure or book. Knowing which type of binding is right for your project can be difficult. To make your life a little easier, here’s a quick rundown of some of the most common binding options around.

 

Saddle stitched

This technique takes full sheets of paper, stapled together in the center. Then the book, including the cover, is folded in half along the line of the staple. This is definitely a cost-effective binding method because no glue is used. It is the most popular choice for booklets and magazines.

 

Perfect bound

Ideal for documents of between 32 and 240 pages, perfect binding uses glue to keep the different sections of the document in place. An affordable option for larger documents, the technique gives a stylish, professional looking result. Ideal for brochures, catalogues and annual reports.

 

Case bound

This is commonly referred to as hardcover binding, involves the construction of an exterior case made of cardboard wrapped with paper. It is a more complicated process compared to other typical types of binding. There are a few different types of case binding, but in general, the inner pages of the document are sewn together in sections before being glued to end papers which are themselves then glued to the book’s cover.

 

 Spiral bound

Spiral Binding, also known as Coil Binding, is a common method for joining the pages and cover of a bound document. It utilizes a durable plastic or metal coil that is inserted and twisted through small holes punched along the spinal edge of the book’s cover and pages.

 

Wire-o (wiro) bound

Unlike spiral binding, wire binding resembles a C shape and one side is threaded through each hole this is then closed together by squeezing the two sides together to form an O shape ring. The advantage is that it allows the book’s pages to lie exactly next to each other when flat. Being sure that the wire closer is set to the appropriate wire diameter place the twin loop wire into the wire closer with open part of the C facing up. Then pull the wire closer handle allowing the closer to squeeze the wire into a round shape, finishing the binding.

 

Plastic comb bound

Comb binding is a semi-permanent form of binding that is good when you are assembling a book that may have pages that change frequently. Comb binding involves plastic spines with rings that overlap to form a bound book. You can manually remove the comb spine by hand to add or remove pages to a book but this can be a time-consuming process but it can be easily done with a comb binding machine.

 

After printing, to make books and project reports look good, binding is very important. It also gives an impression you care for your hard work and effort spent in making the project report. Binding improves the shelf life of the books and project reports.

 

Print and bind reports, flyers, posters, manuals, books and any high-quality, professionally printed documents from your trusted printing service in Springfield. Contact Jett Print for more details.

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