Saddle Stitching

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Print Finishing Advice – Saddle Stitching

Saddle stitching is a method for binding brochures using wire staples from a wire reel (known as stitches) joining the pages and cover together. The staples are punched through the spine of the gathered, folded and creased ‘sections’ as they sit on the ‘saddle’ of the ‘stitcher’, the staples are driven through from the outside and are clinched together inside, binding the pages and cover firmly in place.
Two staples are commonly used but larger books may require more staples along the spine. You can use this technique for documents up to 48 pages for a great looking, cost-effective finish.
For anything larger we recommend ‘Perfect Binding‘ your booklet.

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