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Binding Options for Magazines
Saddle Stitch Binding for Magazines
The saddle wire stitch allows the book to lie flat for reading ease. It can be bound with either a self-cover, or a separate cover. Saddle stitch binding is the most economical solution.
Advantages: The saddle wire stitch allows the book to lie flat for reading ease. It can be bound with either a self-cover, or a separate cover. It is the most economical.
Disadvantages: In summary, the page count must be divisible by four. This restricts the number of pages. It is the least flexible of all binding options.
Perfect Binding for Magazines
Many annual reports and larger catalogs use this binding method. We assemble pages into groups or signatures, bind them with flexible adhesive, and apply the cover to them. Perfect binding accommodates books approximately 1/8-inch to 2-inch in thickness.
Advantages: Accommodates greater number of pages and higher page weights than saddle-stitch; accommodates multiple sheet weights and sizes; allows intermix of stocks; provides clean finished edge.
Disadvantages: In summary, crossover images and type may be partially hidden by the binding edge due to it not lying flat.