Choosing a binding method | Popp Binding & LaminatingWhether it's in the classroom, home or workplace office, papers have a habit of multiplying. Important pages can get lost and disorganisation reigns. While time can be spent hand-crafting beautiful book covers, binding machines offer a time-saving and economical alternative. With a binding machine, you can organise your papers and turn them into professional-looking books, leaflets or documents. For most general use, comb-binding machines are economical and versatile. They require little setup and are easy to use, making them ideal for schools and charity organisations as well as the workplace. The plastic spines can be colour-matched to the cover and for extra practicality, with a comb-bound document, it's easy to remove or add pages as required.
How to Easily Bind Homeschool Books - Comb Binding
Comb binding is a great way to bind reports, handbooks, telephone directories, and pretty much everything else. Plastic combs can come in a huge variety of colors. Most plastic comb bindings are sized for 8. Comb binding is great for documents that may need adding to later on, as the plastic combs can be opened and new pages can easily be added. The bindings are not permanent, so pages can be added and removed as needed.
Plastic Comb Binding Machines
Need a flexible, cost-effective way to bind any document up to pages? Plastic comb binding is the answer. Because comb binding is so flexible, it is often the most preferred method of binding a document. It is a practical binding method that makes it easy to produce internal handbooks and guidelines. Comb binding can create larger documents up to pages and gives you the option to add or remove pages, so as policies and guidelines change within a company, so to can their internal literature. Therefore, comb binding is often applied to different departments throughout a company.
Trying to figure out which binding style is best for the document you're trying to produce? We've provided detailed answeres to the most common binding questions related to tape, coil, wire, comb, Velobind, stitch and perfect binding. Tape binding is a document binding process that uses strips coated in thermoplastic glue that, when melted to the spine and covers of a book, creates a strong and lasting bind. Also known as thermal glue strips, Super Strips or glue binding spines, they are available in linen or vinyl finishes and come in a variety of colors including black, bright blue, dark blue, dark brown, dark green, dark grey, green, lapis, light grey, red, maroon, purple, white and yellow. The bind on a tape bound document is incredibly strong, provided the pages are well jogged and the glue has been allowed to cool and cure. The textured linen base of the Super Strips is very durable but is susceptible to fraying or tearing if the document is roughly handled.