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Binding Styles | A MyBindingBlog.com Category
The most popular binding styles have been around for many years. You’ve probably heard of plastic comb binding, spiral coil binding, wire binding, and even thermal binding. But if you’re looking for a highly professional finished product, MasterBind is an excellent option.
Each week on Twitter, members of the print community gather together to discuss various aspects of print. Led by Deborah Corn of Print Media Centr, this weekly discussion is held every Wednesday at 1:00pm PST under the hashtag #printchat and draws everyone from small mom and pop shops to large companies.
We were excited to be asked to cohost yesterday’s #PrintChat and created an interesting twist on a popular game show. We did our best to pick obscure binds in order to stump the players; however, each bind was successfully named. Here is a recap on each of the styles mentioned:
My wife and I recently sat down with a Realtor. As first-time home buyers, we legitimately had no idea what we were getting into. The two things we did know were that not only is buying a home a big decision, it should also be an informed one. Consequently, we talked a lot of details in that initial meeting–too much to even begin to remember. That’s why I’m glad our Realtor had the foresight to anticipate our needs with the simplest (and cheapest!) of solutions.
Plastic comb binding is probably the most popular document finishing method in the world because it’s inexpensive and can be easily done. This bookbinding method – which is sometimes referred to as Ibico binding – can be used for all sorts of documents from school reports to business proposals. If you’re interested in this binding method, there are a few things you need to know about it before you get started. Here’s a short introduction to plastic comb binding including a few points on what to look for in a comb binding machine.