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Saddle-Stitching

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

Stab-Stitching

This binding is similar to saddle-stitched, except this time the wire is punched through the pages from the front through to the back of the document. Sometimes it is then covered to hide the wire.

Loop Stitching

This is similar to saddle-stitched, but this time a loop is created with the wire on the spine so the document can be inserted into a ring binder.

Perfect Binding

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

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PUR Bound

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

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Comb Binding

This is similar to saddle-stitched, but this time a loop is created with the wire on the spine so the document can be inserted into a ring binder.

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Wiro-Binding

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

Tape Bound

This binding is similar to saddle-stitched, except this time the wire is punched through the pages from the front through to the back of the document. Sometimes it is then covered to hide the wire

Burst Bind

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

Case Bind

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

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One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

Lorem Ipsum

One of the most common types of binding. Wire is punched through the page at the spine and then bend on the inside to hold all the pages (similar to stapling).

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