Binding Options for Brochures
Promotional prints are a cornerstone of most businesses nowadays despite the rise of digital marketing. Brochures are the most efficient among all promotional prints. There are different types of advertisements, such as point-of-sale, handouts and leave-behinds.
There are several aspects to consider when contracting a company for brochure printing. Key among this is the type of binding for the brochures. The binding you select will ensure that your pages remain intact and that the pamphlet lasts for a long time. Here are the common types of brochure binding that you can choose for your company.
Saddle stitching involves the use of a staple along your brochure’s spine, so it is sometimes called staple stitching. This binding option is used for brochures with not more than 48 pages and gives a professional look to your print. Saddle stitching is the most common and cost-efficient method of brochure binding and is exceptionally durable.
This binding option is ideal for brochures with 40-500 pages, making it perfect for detailed documents and numerous reports. The typical binding process involves binding your pamphlet with an adhesive on its spine. An ideal bound brochure has a professional look, is durable and still inexpensive.
This is the cost-efficient option for brochures that you need to lay flat. Manuals and catalogues will work correctly with comb binding. Rectangular holes are first punched into the edges of your leaflet, and then comb rings are threaded through these holes. The combs come in different colours, and you can open them to remove or add pages to the brochure.
Finalising your brochure is the most crucial part of your printing process. Consider the given binding options since any mistake will significantly affect the look of your advertisement. Your brochure’s type and the number of pages will influence your choice.