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A booklet is a handy way to share a lot of information with readers in a distinctive, manageable format includes booklet stapling. Use it for playbills, school directories, product catalogs, instruction guides, and more. 

Print your booklet in a variety of shapes, sizes, colors, formats, and materials. Showcase your products and services in a unique fashion with crisp graphics, bright colors, and professional finishing. If you're looking for a one-of-a-kind product, look no further. 


Perfect Bound

Glue is used to create a straight spine with the pages and cover. 
The spine of the pages is ground to accept glue, then passed over a hot glue pot and positioned into the cover, where it is clamped to a square spine.

Perfect Bound

Saddle Stitch

This is the most popular method for binding a book.
The printed pages and cover are folded and stapled at the spine and trimmed to size. This is often seen in magazines, booklets and catalogs.

Saddle Stitch

Spiral Coil Bound

Coil-bound is popular for large books, catalogs and
presentations. When open, coil-bound will lay flat for
easy access to both printed pages. Plastic coils are most common, but “Wire-O” binding is an option.


Wire Coil

Bound with a sturdy metal coil, Wire Coil Booklets lay flat and allow for a full rotation of the pages.
An excellent choice for smaller manuals, cookbooks, planners and any print pieces that need to stand up to heavy handling and usage, each coil bound book presents a highly professional look.


GBC Coil

GBC comb binding is affordable and the preferred document binding method for cookbooks, reference manuals, schools and more. 

Comb binding uses PVS plastic comb spines with round rings that are spread apart and closed around a stack of paper, binding the book in the process.

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