When it comes to document binding, wire binding is our most popular product.
It’s very similar to spiral binding (aka coil binding), but there is a subtle difference. Find out more…
A metal wire is used to bind the document. The wire consists of individual double looped wires.
It is not a continuous metal spiral.
What is wire binding used for?
Wire binding is used for a wide variety of professional documents, from reports, proposals & scripts, to dissertation drafts, planners, notebooks & more.
Documents can lay flat and easily turn back of themselves.
We offer a choice of standard wire binding (with optional 300 gsm card covers or acetate covers), as well as hardback wire binding.
Hardback wire bound documents come complete with a super durable 2000 micron greyboard cover – as shown below.
Spiral binding is also known as coil binding.
The document is bound with a continuous spiral. It can be plastic or metal.
What is spiral/coil binding used for?
Spiral binding is a useful binding method, however it’s not quite as polished or professional as wire binding.
If you’ve got a spiral binding machine at your office, it’s great for less formal documents e.g. in-house meetings or notes.
However within a more professional setting (pitches & presentations etc.), wire binding is the best option.
Due to the superiority of wire binding, we do not offer a spiral binding service. However wire binding is a more impressive alternative.
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