Square binding

a type of binding where the perfect binding meets the saddle stitch binding.

Description

The pages are bound together by stapling, but the spine is flat. The difference with the standard saddle stitch binding is that we flatten the spine so that it looks like a perfect binding. The greatest benefit is that you get a finish close to the perfect binding back but at a significantly lower cost. You will be able to upgrade your document quality without exceeding your budget. The most common applications will be the same as for the standard saddle stitch binding, with the added value provided by a straight, flattened spine: restaurant menus, leaflets, instructions, results reports, school textbooks, product catalogues, periodical magazines, communication media, trade shows catalogs, newspapers, booklets, notebooks, etc.

Import-export - books, newspapers and periodicals
  • catalogue distribution
  • magazine printing
  • booklets - design
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