Binding and finishing are integral components of any corporate digital printing production process. Both demand a high degree of skill and workmanship. The most well planned out printed project can be destroyed by an improperly bound product. The Copy Room utilizes state-of-the-art technology and decades of experience at its New York bindery to ensure that your corporate projects are kept to our perfectionist standards.
Saddle StitchingSaddle Stitching is a method of binding one or more printed sections together, by means of wire staples (stitches) through the spine and centrefold.
Perfect BindingPerfect Binding the method we use for binding printed sheets are they are too thick to saddle stitch. Perfect Binding is most commonly used on paperback books.
Stab StitchngStab Stitching is used mainly for binding office documents with two or more very strong, long staples that bind together loose sheets up to 25mm thick.
Corner StitchAs stab stitching but just a single stitch in the corner of a document which binds loose sheets suitable for documents up to 3mm thick.
Wiro BindingIdeal for binding loose leaves using a metal wire loops formed from a single continuous wire run through punched holes on the binding edge.
Comb BindingAgain very similar to wiro binding, but instead uses a plastic comb instead of a wire. Mainly used for office documents.
Binding ScrewsUsed for binding loose sheets.
Putman Graphics offers the best binding prices in New York (917) 622-1066
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