Today we’re going to be talking about the joys of mechanical binding methods for your next project. Whether you’re looking to bind a cookbook, a planner, or a notebook, mechanical binding may be the perfect solution for you. It all depends on what you are looking for. Are you ready to learn more about mechanical binding? Well, let’s get to it!
If you’re looking for a professional finish for your book, then wire-o binding should be at the top of your list. This style of mechanical binding is the use of a double thickness of a metal loop to bind the pages. One of the best things about this style of mechanical binding is that it allows the book to be opened to lay flat and beyond so that you can fold one side behind the other. This allows for easy carrying and more versatility. This style is also incredibly durable, making it perfect for projects that need to last.
Plastic Comb Binding
This is one of the most affordable options for your next project. Plastic comb binding comes in a wide variety of colors. Traditionally, this is used for economic, short runs. One of the best things about plastic comb binding is that it can be unfurled to add extra pages to your book. Consider it for a commercial event packet or a prototype of your next book.
Plastic Coil Spiral Binding
Do you want your final product to look festive? Plastic coil spiral binding comes in some very fun colors so that your planners or workbooks can be given a little flair when they need it. This is also a very economic option. This style comes in a wide variety of sizes to fit any type of book you might need to bind. You can also count on this style to be crushproof, making it durable and fun!
Want to learn more about mechanical binding? Contact Advantage Book Binding today!
To learn more about mechanical binding, contact Advantage Book Binding today. Advantage Book Binding can help you take your book binding project to a new level, taking into consideration budget requirements to provide you with the most cost-effective and project-specific solution for you. Check out our FAQ for more information. Please contact us today if you’re ready to get started or have additional questions, and keep up with us on Facebook, Google +, Twitter, and LinkedIn.