Saddle-stitched (or stapled) booklets
Slim feel, space-saving, double page images join closely.
Stitched (stapled) booklets used as manuals are an ideal choice if your printed training material is not too long (60 pages or less), and/or contains images that would benefit from presentation over a double-page spread.
This binding is a good choice for courses when all manual content is to be handed out in one go, i.e. not in small modules. Stitched booklets store well as they are have no bulky binding and take up less space than wire- or spiral-bound booklets.
Stitched booklets are less suitable for courses in which the trainer wishes to hand out modules stage by stage (unless each module is in its own booklet). Ring-bound manuals are more suitable for this.
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- High-impact display for images on a double-page spread.
- Compact and space-saving
- Smaller capacity.
- No minimum thickness.
- Page capacity is more limited.
- Booklet does not lie completely flat when opened out. Consider wire-bound booklets if they need to be flat when open.
- Pages are held together by staples, so can come loose if handled roughly.
- 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: double-sided only.
- 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, or same material as the inner (‘self-cover’).
- Cover lamination: card covers don’t need laminating but for enhanced appearance and durability, matt and gloss lamination are available.
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