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Binding Terms

Binding Terms

Saddle Stitched Binding: An often used binding system using staples on the spine. The name derives from when it is open, draped over a saddle to apply the stitches.

Side-Stitched Binding: Staple stitches on the side of loose pages is side stitching. Here the pages are in multiples of two – each page having a front and back.

Perfect Binding: A saddle stitch may become prohibitive, so to allow for more pages a square spine is used.

Spiral Binding: Circular metal or plastic spirals are used to hold the pages with mutiple holes down a margin.

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