Advantages of Print on Demand:
- Low cost – Unlike offset printing, setting up your project for printing is moderately easy, which means savings for you.
- No minimums – Print on Demand is much more streamlined, so the difference in cost between one or one hundred copies is nominal allowing us to pass the savings onto you.
- Ideal for revisions – If you have to make any last minute changes this can typically be done easily. Much like making a change in a text document.
Saddle stitch is where a thread or staple is passed through the fold of a magazine or booklet to hold all papers together. This is a smart, durable, and economical way to finish off your project where its contents are smaller.
Saddle Stitch Examples
Perfect Binding uses a hot glue process where the edges of the binding are trimmed, glued, and then wrapped with a thicker outer shell that makes the front and back cover. This is an excellent choice when your project has more content or needs to have a more “finished” feel to it.
Perfect Binding Examples
Wire binding (also known as twin loop wire, double loop wire, wire-o, or ring wire) utilizes a wire loop inserted into holes punched into printed paper. The greatest advantage of this style binding are that documents will open completely flat on a desk and allow for 360 degree rotation of bound pages.
Plastic Comb Binding is a fast and economical option to bind your pages together. This method uses round plastic spines with 19 rings (for US Letter size) or 21 rings (for A4 size) and a hole puncher that makes rectangular holes. The advantage of this option is cost.
Comb Binding Examples
We offer several different binder options for your projects so you can choose what fits your needs as well as your budget.