Plastic Comb Bind
Comb binding is a method that enables a book to lay flat when open. The plastic "combs" come in varying sizes up to a maximum thickness of approximately 350 sheets (700 pages) of 20# paper. Requires card stock covers on front and back. Additional service charge for comb binding.
Shrink wrap is a way to package multiple pages for distribution. Perfect for drilled 3 hole paper later to be placed in a binder. Shrink wrapping is limited to a maximum thickness of 500 sheets (1000 pages) of 20# paper.
Black Tape Bind
Black tape or thermal tape binding is limited to on-demand printing jobs. This method of finishing provides an economical and strong binding limited to 8-1/2" x 11" documents. Maximum thickness is limited to 120 sheets (240 pages) of 20# paper. Requires card stock covers on front and back.