Binding & Finishing Options for Presentations, Manuals and More
There are many great ways to bind your presentation or other project at CW Print + Design.
Plastic Coil is a durable and an affordable alternative to other binding methods. It is available in a variety of colors and sizes to finish almost any job, we stock it in black but can special order colors for your project of 50 or more books. It will not chip, crack, corrode or distort over time, and will retain its shape even with repeated use. Plastic coil binding is also known as Spiral Binding, Color Coil or Spiral Coil. Clients love this binding method because it has the ability to lay flat, even when you fold over the pages! Add protective clear covers and sturdy black backing for a professional finished look.
At CW Print + Design we utilize a Fastback thermal binder for cost effective book making. Add protective clear covers and sturdy black backing for a professional finished look. Fastback strips can even be customized for your project of 50 or more books, allowing you to put custom text on your spine! Thermal binding is also sometimes called thermal tape binding. This binding is available in 11" and 8.5" spines. We stock and recommend the Super Strip, a rugged multi-purpose binding strip which we stock in black, but can order a variety of colors for your project of 50 or more books. Add protective clear covers and sturdy black backing for a professional finished look.
Read all about book publishing and short-run paperback production utilizing perfect-binding at CW Print + Design here.
Also known as center-stapling, the fold-and-staple method of saddle-stitiching is one of the most cost-effective binding methods, perfect for booklets!
We can add custom printed tabs to your presentation. They are compatible with most binding styles and can help organize your project better.
Plastic comb-binding is an "oldie" but a "goodie"! This is a very cost effective of binding and has been popular for decades. In most cases you are able to unbind and rebind without having to replace the comb spine, making it easier to replace pages now and then down the road. While it will lay mostly flat out on a table, you aren't able to roll the cover behind the book and still have it lay flat. Comb binding requires punching 22 rectangular holes into your pages. Add protective clear covers and sturdy black backing for a professional finished look.