Document finishing is a very important part in presenting your finished product, it can make the difference between ordinary and spectacular…
Our range of in-house finishing options is unparalleled within the print industry.
- Gloss or matt laminating
- Pouch laminating
- UV varnishing
- Twin-loop-wiro binding
- Continuous coil binding
- Saddle stitching
- Perfect binding
- Padding / hole drilling / stitching
- Score / Perforate
- Shrink wrapping
- Pick & Place / plastic bag sealing
- Mail & insertion
Twin-Loop-wiro binding is a colorful and versatile type of book binding chosen for its ability to fold completely over on itself or lay flat for easy working. The metal wiro comes in a variety of colours and sizes to suit various sizes of books. Your books can be bound with laminated covers or the traditional acetate front cover and stiff card backing.
Continuous Coil Binding
Continuous Coil binding is a colorful and versatile type of book binding chosen for its ability to fold completely over on itself or lay flat for easy working. The coils are made from very strong plastic, once the book is punched the coils are wound into the book making it impossible for pages to fall out. The coils vary in size from ¼ inch to several inches. Your books can be bound with laminated covers or the traditional acetate front cover and stiff card backing.
Perfect binding is great for training manuals, sports programs, novels and any thick paperback or hardback. Perfect book binding accomplished with digitally printed pages clamped in a vise-like structure.
These pages are drawn across a blade that carves notches in the bound edge. This “roughed up” spine is passed over a hot melt glue dispenser. Glue adheres to the edges and works its way into the notches.
After the glue is applied to the spine, the whole assembly is forced into what will become the wrap around cover.
Completing the book binding, the cover is folded around the “book block”, glued and folded up the front and back of the book, then the book is three knife trimmed to give a perfect neat square edge.
Saddle stitching is ideal for booklets and magazines up to 200 pages. The booklet is printed, then folded and collated prior to two staples being fired through the centre of the book. With our production Black & White digital presses, the complete process is done on-line virtually labour free, resulting it this method of binding being very cost effective when printing large volumes of books.Contact Us Online Now