Saddle Stitching may sound like an odd name for a book binding process that places wire staples through sheets of paper but in the printing industry stapling is commonly called Stitching. Also, the collated sheets are draped over a Saddle-like apparatus during the stapling/stitching process, hence the name Saddle Stitching.
We cater to a range of publication types including:
Promotional and sales catalogues and multi page brochures
Exhibition catalogues, and event booklets
Newsletters and periodical magazines
School diaries and year books
Self published stories and children’s books
Technical Publications, manuals and instruction guides
Policy documentation and research material
and we also much more!
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What are Saddle Stitched Books used for?
- instruction manuals
- children’s colouring-in books and more
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The Saddle Stitched Process.
To help illustrate this bindery process, let’s use a Saddle Stitched booklet with a finished page size of 8.5 x 11 as an example. Each 11 x 17 sheet folded in half creates four pages of the book. By its nature, Saddle Stitching requires the book’s page count to be in multiples of four. Keep this in mind during your book layout to avoid any unplanned blank pages.