Custom Booklet Binding Options
There are two primary binding methods we use for booklets: saddle stitch and perfect bound.
Saddle stitching involves inserting staples into the spine and is ideal for smaller booklets and publications less than 96 pages. This method is most often used for product manuals, instruction guides and smaller booklets. Our saddle stitch booklets are easy to produce and an affordable way to bring your booklet to life. Our quick online booklet printing is a great way to get information out fast.
Perfect bound involves thermal gluing of pages along the book's spine and is best for volumes larger than 40 pages. Perfect bound books are designed for your more extensive business booklet printing and magazine-style printing needs. Use this binding method to create:
- Price Booklets
- Product Catalogs
- Self-published Books
- Employee Manuals
- Company Handbooks
- Annual Reports
While our most popular options are for saddle-stitch and perfect bound booklets, we also offer spiral binding options which are great for cookbooks, presentations, manuals, and reports. We can also print and mail newsletters and other direct mail marketing booklets. Booklet printing services have never been easier.
Custom Booklets FAQ
How do I make a booklet online?
Simply, choose or upload your specifications and select each option through our list. You can submit your order online or simply give us a call for help with your order!
What are the different types of booklets?
Popular booklets include perfect bound, saddle stitch, spiral coil and wire coil booklets.
What is the most common type of book binding?
Saddle-stitch binding is the most common and cost-effective form of book binding.