Book Binding

When it comes to multi-page printing like Books, Catalogs, Manuals, Binder Sets, Directories, Periodicals, etc. - Multi-Doc can definitely handle your project. And whether you need a small run, a medium run, or a large run of books, we've got you covered!

Our customers love the fact that we can produce smaller, short run quantities economically so they don't have to purchase a lot or worry about their inventory becoming obsolete.

Using Digital equipment, we can print short runs in quantities as low as 1 book so you don't have to buy or store many at all. Order only what you need and we can produce more later if you need them. Short Run printing is ideal for new book projects and cost-conscious organizations.

comb books

Comb Binding

The comb binding method produces a durable and professional-looking document. To bind a book with this method, the curved tines are spread open and inserted through rectangular slots punched along the spinal edge of the book’s cover and pages. When the tension in the tines is released, the spine closes back into its original shape and secures the covers and pages as a unit yet allows them to turn freely.

Saddle-Stitch Binding

One of the most popular bookbinding methods. We use this method for a variety of book types including catalogs, manuals, booklets, programs, multi-page brochures, price and part lists, newsletters, comic books, coloring books, magazines and periodicals, wall calendars, mailers, etc.

Ring Binders

One of the primary benefits of a Ringed Binder is that pages and inserts can be added or removed very easily. This makes a Ringed Binder an excellent choice for information that might need periodic updates.