Loop wire stitching

One binding technique often preferred by architectural practices and training companies is ‘loop wire stitching’ where the stitched book effectively is hooked onto the mechanism of a ring binder, rather than relying on the vulnerable drilled hole in the paper it allows a whole document to be opened and read without the need to remove it from the binder.

Often see in the US – three ring binders offer additional layer of strength to a binder and its content.  We can loop stitch two, three or four wires into a booklet and the position of these can be adjusted to suit the specific binder being used.  We also drill, collate wrap, pack and encapsulate printed covers to paper over board and PVC binders, add mylar tabs and pack for distribution.

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