When it comes to binding your pages together, there is more than one way to do it. But the most cost effective for page count is using either of the following, wire binding, comb binding or coil binding. If you are looking for the perfect Renz binding option but not sure what each one is look no further, we have the answers below all ready for you.
Comb binding is a great way to bind the pages of a booklet, training manual or study guide together. This method typically involves round plastic spines which consist of rings. A hole puncher is then used to create small holes in the documents to provide you with a neatly finished product.
Coil binding is a popular option for book binding. This binding method, which is also known as spiral binding, is commonly used to bind documents, reports and proposals. One of the many benefits of coil binding is the fact that it is extremely durable which makes it an excellent option for booklets that will be used regularly. If you choose coil binding, you will be presented with a number of options (such as short, tight spirals and longer, loose spirals). The type of project and the size of the paper will influence which type you choose.
One of the biggest reasons why people choose wire binding as their binding option of choice is because documents bound in this method are able to open fully flat on a surface which allows for a 360 degree rotation. This type of binding also looks extremely professional and it is often used for presentation purposes, children’s books and art books.