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Spiral Binding

Spiral Binding is a method of securing loose printed pages using simple or double loop wire or plastic that fit into round or rectangular holes in the pages. Spiral binding is often used for blank notebooks and for reports that generally have a short shelf-life. Spiral binding allows the publications to lay flat when opened.

Comb Binding

Comb binding is a method of securing loose printed pages using a piece of plastic with "teeth" that fit into rectangular holes in the paper. Comb binding is somewhat similar to wire spiral binding.


Lamination is the process of putting together the various layers. While some variety of materials (such as release sheets) exists, this process is quite uniform between manufacturers. Some production shops have used off – site lamination of 4 and 6 layer boards, enabling them to product multi layer circuits without investing in lamination and other multi layer equipment. As higher layer counts have become more common most have been for to create in house multi layer lamination departments including lamination presses, oxide and demear pressed lines, and other multi layer lamination department. Lamination may be divided into several steps. First the multi layer inner layers and ancillary.

  • Any size from A5 to A0 (841mm X 1189 mm).
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FOLD TYPE: The type of fold used to complete your printing job. A letter fold is a paper folded in thirds. A "Z" fold differs in that the parts do not overlap but form a Z at the end. A parallel fold is a half fold, double parallel folds in half and then half again vs a right angle where the second fold is done on a 90 degree angle from the first. Accordion fold is just more panels than the Z and similar. A gate fold is where the two end panels meet in the center with the center panel being the width equal to both end panels and a double gate folds in half towards the center after the initial gate fold.


SADDLE STITCH: Two staples added to the center of the piece on the fold line. This is a typical magazine printing bind.