Saddle-stitching is one of the most common binding methods for a variety of materials, and gives your book a professionally organized look.
The staples are placed in the spine to allow for full use of both sides of each page. This method works especially well for printing standard 28lb 11 x 17 stock paper and folding it down to an 8.5 x 11 booklet.
Saddle-stitching is an ideal choice when distributing informational pamphlets, literature, or even magazines that are made up of smaller sections folded together, allowing you to keep your printed material protected while still allowing easy access to contents inside.
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