Affordability and good looks are what Spiral Binding offers as an amazing alternative to other types of binding. A durable, plastic coil is used to bind the cover and interior pages together to make this simple, yet sharp-looking design a cost-effective choice.
A popular option for corporate presentations, workbooks, training manuals, and more, these Spiral Bound books are a perfect fit for projects with fewer pages. Ideal for small quantity runs, these books are available in two sizes and three paper options to align with organizational needs. Each book, when open, lays flat on tables, desks, and other flat surfaces making them perfect for cookbooks and other uses.
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What’s involved with Spiral Binding?
Plastic coils provide a reliable binding for gathered sheets and cover with the coils threaded via holes punched along the spinal edge. Ends are then crimped to keep the book secure.
Does Spiral Binding make sense with a smaller production run?
Yes. This type of binding is a great option for smaller quantities as it uses a coil instead of adhesive. The results are achieved with less turnaround time and reduced costs.