What is Spiral Bound Printing?
Spiral bound printing is a continuous coil of plastic looping through a row of punched holes at the edge of the printed piece. The binding can be on the left edge or top edge of the project, depending on how the project is designed. Spiral bound coils are available in different colors and sizes. You cannot print on the spine or add/remove pages once a spiral bound book is complete. Spiral bound book printing is great for manuals, directories, annual reports, calendars and many other types of products. Spiral binding can be up to 2 3⁄4“ thick.
We can print spiral orders that have 8 - 800 pages and must be in 2 page increments.
You must leave extra space for the hole driling on the binding-side of your Spiral booklet. Set your binding-side margins to be 7/8”. Refer to our free downloadable templates for a design guide.
We can print spiral orders that have 8 - 800 (or up to a certain thickness) and must be in 2 page increments.