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Bindery

The bindery department is where your pieces begin to take shape, literally.  A rough piece may have to be trimmed, folded, drilled, perforated, scored, or bound to complete the tranformation to it's final form.
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Once printed, many processes must be completed to facilitate the translation of the printed piece into its final form.  Almost every printed piece will be subjected to one or more bindery processes before it rests in the hands of its intended recipient.  Some of the more common bindery processes are listed below.
Folding

With several folders available with different capabilities, we are able to fold high quantities of pieces quickly and efficiently.  An automatic folder also insures that each piece is folded identically and tightly.
Cutting/Trimming

The use of a digital cutter allows each piece to be trimmed identically, to remove bleeds, or cut multiple pieces from a parent sheet after printing.
Perforating/Scoring/Drilling

Whether your project requires folding heavy stock,  having a removable reply device, or having holes punched in order to allow placing in a binder, we have the equipment needed to make it happen.
Binding

We have the equipment necessary to bind your project, whatever the method needed.  From simply stapling, wrapping, or padding; to spiral bound or saddle stitched booklets.

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT?

Learn about preparation for mailing.





Design with bindery in mind.

When designed for print, keep in mind the processes that the piece must undergo to become what you envision.  Where it will fold, how it will be cut, where and how it will be bound; all of these factors play an important part of the final appearance, and impact of the printed piece.  Paper stock also will have a major influence on the not only the appearance of the final piece, but also how well it will stand up to various bindery processes.

Learn more about design.
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