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From saddle stitching to rivet bound documents we provide a variety of binding solutions to our clients and recommended a bunch. Click through our menu to the left to read more about some of the …

From saddle stitching to rivet bound documents we provide a variety of binding solutions to our clients and recommended a bunch. Click through our menu to the left to read more about some of the options we can provide.

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  • 1. r e c o m m e n d e d b i n d i n g s t y l e s
  • 2. r e c o m m e n d e d b i n d i n g s t y l e s cost effective solution on small & large runs Saddle Stitch Binding done with staples. Folded and collated sheets are stapled through the middle. We recommend using this on less than 80 pages. But this is dependent on paper stock weight. Common Uses: Magazines, Small Soft Covered Books, Brochures cost effective solution on small & large runs Perfect Bound Binding done with adhesive. Folded sections of the spine will be cut off and roughened. Glue is then applied and the cover attached. We recommend using PUR glue (Poly Urethane Reactive) which can withstand temperature changes and is 3 x stronger than ordinary glue. Common Uses: Paperback Books Large Magazines, Training Manuals
  • 3. r e c o m m e n d e d b i n d i n g s t y l e s Plastic Comb Binding done with a flexible plastic comb. A stack of paper is punched along the edge and the plastic comb is inserted. A cheap method for low quantities, and is typically limited to 3in paper thickness. This method can be easily damaged and is expensive for large orders. Common Uses: Reports, Documents, Presentations Spiral Bound Binding done with a plastic or metal looped spiral. A stack of paper is punched along the edge and the looped spiral is screwed in. We recommend using plastic for the spiral as this material is less prone to damage. Common Uses: Technical manuals, Notebooks, Presentations, Calendars
  • 4. r e c o m m e n d e d b i n d i n g s t y l e s long-life binding solution Case Bound Binding done with thread and adhesive. Folded and collated sheets are sewn together with thread. The hard cover is then glued on. This is an expensive process and we recommend using this only with books that must withstand constant use. Common Uses: Hardcover Books, Reference Books, Text Books, Novels easy add & remove solution Ring Binders Binding done with ‘O’ or ‘D’ rings. Folders are made from cardboard with wrap around artwork; or plastic with silk screened design. Paper is drilled to be inserted into rings. We recommend using Ring Folders for presenting various resources. Common Uses: Pricing Folders, Menus, Presentation Folders, Training Folders
  • 5. r e c o m m e n d e d b i n d i n g s t y l e s Rivet Bound Binding done with plastic or metal rivets. A stack of paper is punched once in the corner and the rivet is inserted. A cheap method for binding up to 500 pages. Common Uses: Frequently used Documents, Swatches, Creative Presentations, Instructions
  • 6. © ROSTAMI 2010 c o n t a c t u s +61 7 3102 9591 info@rostami.com.au or visit our website www.rostami.com.au - first printed June 2009 re-printed October 2010

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