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Saddle Stitching is a popular and straight forward book binding method that involves joining the folded pages and cover using at least two wire staples placed through the spine crease. Despite its simplicity, this method produces a professional-looking document. It is our most popular softcover book binding option and is suitable for a range of book types, such as catalogues, manuals, booklets, programs, multi-page brochures, newsletters, wall calendars, and mailers.

Important Tips

Since Saddle Stitched books are made from folded sheets, the page count should always be in multiples of four (4).

Books can be produced with either a heavier weight cover or as "Self-Cover" books, which means that the cover has the same paper weight as the interior pages.

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Collating (Single Leaf)

Single Leaf Collating is a term used to describe the process of assembling individual sheets of paper into a cohesive document, such as a book, diary, or notepad. We have the capability to collate up to 5 sheets at once, and if additional passes are necessary, we can manually collate the sheets to create the final product.

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Die Cutting

Die-cutting is an effective method for making your printed piece more distinctive and eye-catching. This process involves cutting a piece of paper or material to a customized shape and size.

Die-cutting is a widely used technique for creating presentation folders, cartons, and various other shapes.

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Drilling is the process of creating holes in a substrate material, ranging from small cardboard tags to completed bound books designed for ringed folders.

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Folding can be accomplished in a multitude of ways, including booklet folding, roll fold, concertina fold.

Half Fold or Booklet Folding The process involves taking flat and folding it in half, it can be also used for imposed sheets and folding them into sections that are then ready for subsequent processes, such as saddle stitching.

Tri-Fold or Roll Fold One of the most widely used folds today is roll folding, which is commonly utilized for brochures and mailings and resembles the folding style of a letter. This folding process involves repeatedly folding a printed product onto itself.

Z-Fold or Concertina Fold Concertina folding is among the most favored folding styles used today, characterized by a distinct zig-zag shape that's ideal for flyers and brochures with a storyline layout. This fold is achieved by folding a page equally twice but in opposite directions.

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Guillotining is the procedure of cutting printed or plain paper or cardboard to the desired size for a variety of applications or finished products.

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Laminating, also known as celloglazing, involves applying a thin, transparent plastic coating to your printed materials, which is trimmed flush to the edges. This process can serve both protective and aesthetic purposes. While laminating comes in different types such as gloss and matte. it is not waterproof since water can still reach the edge of the paper sandwiched between two layers of laminate. Laminating can be applied to one or both sides of a printing job.

Gloss Laminate Achieving a polished and glossy finish, Gloss Laminate enhances the vibrancy of colors and is especially effective on darker backgrounds. It is the most long-lasting option and boasts excellent resistance to markings.

Matt Laminate The most widely used laminate we offer is the Matt Laminate. It has a sleek finish that minimizes glare, making it particularly attractive with lighter backgrounds and colours. It is also a durable option.

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Encapsulation Laminating

Encapsulation is a process that involves applying a thicker layer of plastic to both sides of a printed piece. The plastic extends beyond the edge of the print and is heat-sealed together, fully encapsulating the print and making it waterproof. Unlike laminating, which adds a thin layer of plastic that is trimmed flush to the edge of the print, encapsulation creates a more durable and protective barrier. It is a great option for items that will be exposed to harsh conditions, such as menus, outdoor signage, and ID cards.

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Round Corners

Round cornering provides business cards and other products with a unique, polished appearance. As the name implies, this process involves cutting a semi-circular shape from the corners.