Bring products and services together in one convenient catalog for sales staff and customers with custom printed catalogs. Printed in beautiful full color, the spiral binding process binds the cover and pages together using a coil made of durable plastic.
Available in two catalog sizes, these cost-effective spiral-bound catalogs can accommodate both large run and smaller quantities. The clean, professional look of this widely used format makes it popular for training manuals, presentations, annual reports, and other business projects.
SPIRAL BOUND CATALOG USES:
What is Spiral Bound?
Spiral binding uses durable plastic coils to bind the cover and interior pages together and threaded via punched holes found on the catalog’s spinal edge. A secure bind is achieved when the coil’s end is crimped at the ends.
Does Spiral Binding work with any quantity of catalogs?
Although a good choice for large or small quantities, spiral binding is particularly popular for smaller runs. No glue is used with this type of binding, which is why it provides a quicker turnaround time and why it is more cost-effective.
Does Spiral Binding have a maximum number of pages allowed?
The paper stock and thickness used as well as the type of coil will determine the maximum number of pages to be secured.