Saddle Stitch Binding
Saddle stitch binding is one of the most popular book and catalog binding methods available today. In saddle stitching, sheets of paper are printed on both sides, folded in half, nested one within another, collated by number, and then attached by staples through the fold. Long staples are threaded or stitched through the paper to bind them together.
The length of the staples depends on the number of pages in the book or catalog. You can also personalize the look of the saddle stitch binding with our wide variety of staples. Saddle stitch is ideal for books and catalogs with a relatively low number of pages. It is also great if you want your catalog to be easy to read, as it lays flat when opened. Because of the way they are formatted, saddle stitch documents need to be built in multiples of four pages.