A method of securing loose printed pages using a piece of plastic with “teeth” that fit into rectangular holes in the paper.
A methods of securing loose printed pages using a plastic spiral wire and allows the book to lay flat.
Perforation is for jobs requiring tear-offs or coupons. Perfs must run the length of the sheet.
This method produces booklets that fold in half with the stitches on the fold.
Scoring is needed before folding if the job is printed on cover weight stock, to create an accurate and neat fold line.