Spiral Bound Catalogs (Catalogs)
Spiral binding is a popular choice for companies and others looking for a cost-effective way to print their catalogs. It is an exceptional option that gives your content a professional look and feel. Don’t let the simple design fool you! Your finished piece will impress and motivate your audience.
The spiral-bound process works great regardless of your catalog’s size and is perfect for small production runs. A durable plastic coil is used to secure your catalog’s pages and cover, providing a professional, finished piece. Besides catalogs, spiral binding is widely used for presentations, reports, instructional manuals, and other types of projects.
- Spiral binding accommodates all sizes of catalogs.
- This type of binding incorporates plastic, durable coils.
- Plastic coils secure all pages together for a neat, clean look.
- Catalogs lay completely flat when opened and flipping through pages.
- A PDF file is required to submit your design.
- 300 dpi resolution yields the best results.
- Use CMYK for the best color printing.
What is meant by the Spiral Bound process?
Spiral binding attaches all pages (including the cover) together with plastic coils. The coils are threaded through punched holes on each page located at the spinal edge. The end of the coil is crimped at the end for a secure bind and to prevent breaking apart.
What size print order benefits most from spiral binding?
Because this process uses coils without gluing, it’s a suitable alternative for a small production run of catalogs. Turnaround is also quicker and costs for binding are reduced.
Is there a maximum number of pages allowed with spiral binding?
It all depends on the coil that is used to secure the sheets, and the paper thickness chosen for the catalog.