Plastic coil-bound books & booklets
Very secure method of binding, durable; book lies completely flat.
Plastic coil-bound manuals and books (as wire-bound books and manuals) work well for courses where material is to be handed out all at once, i.e. not in small modules. They are also convenient back in the workplace when holding the manual in one hand makes life easier.
Fixed bindings may not be suitable for courses in which the trainer wishes to hand out modules stage by stage. Ring-bound manuals offer a better solution in such cases.
This type of binding is preferred by some schools for books such as homework diaries, as the pages are more secure.
Please let us know if you would like to receive a bound hard-copy proof of your manual before the final print run.Contact Us Price, Build & Order Manuals
- Sheets are fully secured as binding cannot be prised open
- Book lies completely flat on a surface
- Book can be folded back and held in one hand
- No minimum thickness
- Capacity: 190 sheets or 380 double-sided pages, including a card cover front and back
- When opened, the left and right sides of the book are very slightly (2-3mm) misaligned due to the helical binding. This is rarely an issue. For a book which is perfectly aligned when open try wire-bound.
- Paper colours: white as standard, other colours available on request.
- Paper weights: 80gsm (for black print only), 90gsm and 120gsm for colour print. Other weights available on request.
- Printed sides: single or double-sided.
- Print colour: mono (black) or full colour. To reduce cost, mono and colour pages can be mixed. Please contact us for details.
- Sizes: usually A4 or A5 but other sizes are possible.
- Covers: card back and front, or PVC back cover.
- Cover lamination: card covers don’t need laminating but for enhanced appearance and durability, matt and gloss lamination are available.
- Outer front cover: unprinted clear or frosted acetate.
- Binding colours: black as standard, other colours available on request.
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