The magic really starts in the bindery; this is where flat sheets of printed paper and board are turned into Bound Books for Manuals, Text Books and a huge variety of other uses. In house, we can produce an array of different bindings and can recommend the best option for your work based on the quantity and finish you prefer. Below we list the most popular options to assist your choice, but for further advice please contact us and we’ll be pleased to help.

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Many ways to present your work.

Perfect Bound

Similar to a paperback book. We apply a soft card cover to the internal sheets and glue the cover and sheets together to make a professional and highly attractive permanent binding.

Wiro Binding

A metal comb is pressed together to form a semi-permanent binding, used frequently for calendars etc.

Spiral Binding

A plastic one piece spiral is passed through the sheets. Ideal for books which have to lay flat to give a strong reliable finish.

Comb Binding

Another plastic binding – inexpensive and an ideal method to bind a larger number of sheets.


We can staple up to 100 sheets together, followed by taping the spine to hide the heavy weight staples – ideal for permanent records.

Hot Melt Glue

An attractive technique to bind a small number of sheets by inserting them into plastic or card folded sleeves. A heat set glue in the spine is released to bind the sheets to the spine.


A stiff hardback cover encompasses your sheets and pressure is applied to bind the sheets to the cover.

Drill or Treasury Tag

An “old school” system of binding, sometimes a large number of sheets together, normally at the top left. Semi-permanent and relatively inexpensive.


A brass or steel ring (eyelet) is inserted and used as a reinforcement for a card or plastic to stop any tearing of the item.

Binding Wiro Comb Marquee Print