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Book Binding For Small Businesses


Creating professional looking and sturdy bound materials is easier and more affordable than ever before. Whether you are preparing for a big presentation at work, or trying to put together a custom cookbook for a church fundraiser, there are now many options for your project. Traditionally, book binding was a costly venture, which often times required a significant amount of time. An alternative to this method of bookmaking involves supplies of binding combs, which, are widely used in these types of projects.


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Book binding using GBC Binding Combs, is a fast and affordable alternative to traditional book making. Projects can be completed in a variety of sizes and the combs are available in many colors to complement each and every project. The end result is a professional looking book, with an attractive, color coded binding plus surface laminating options.

GBC Binding Combs are the standard in the comb binding industry. They are durable, and compatible with most widely used binding machines. They provide a strong, but attractive "spine" for the pages they contain.

Gbc / Ibico Binding Combs are widely used by small businesses and independent groups. It provides a relatively easy, and inexpensive way to compile documents in what looks like professional book binding. Spiral binding spines can be used if you have a twin loop wire closer and a plastic comb binding punch. From brochures, to business manuals, church cookbooks and work presentations, this is a user-friendly solution to your medium to high volume binding needs.

When a project is completed using Gbc Binding Combs, the end result is much like a traditionally bound item, with a slightly different look. The comb binding process is as durable and likely to stand up to the same use as traditional book binding. One of the only differences lies in the flexibility of the binding. A book bound with GBC binding combs, can easily lay flat, however, the book cannot be opened to 360 degrees. With a traditionally bound book, one can open the book such that that covers actually touch. Although this is not recommended for any type of binding, it is impossible to do with comb binding which can make for some difficulties in case you need photocopies. Other than that, this type of comb binding is an affordable alternative that will still result in a very attractive and professional document.


 


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