Saddle Stitching (Stapling)
Saddle stitching, also known as book stapling, is one of the most cost efficient binding methods available to fasten books. It's fast, economical and ideal for smaller publications and booklets. The pages are secured through the centre-fold by wire staples, allowing the book to open flat. The number of pages that can be stitched depends on how thick the paper is, although as a general rule 48 pages is the maximum advisable number of pages for a saddle stitched book.
It's also interesting to note, that saddle stitched books need to have a page count in a multipul of 4, so that there is a spine fold for the staple to fasten. We'd be pleased to advise you on soft cover options and whether it is the best solution for binding your books...
Goliath Print is an average of 35% more cost effective than the competition in Sydney
There's no need to guess on price. If you're looking for a Perfect Bound or PUR Bound soft cover book quote, our dedicated Book Printing Account Managers will look at your details, quantity, trim size, paper type, timeline and etc, and come back to you with a book printing quote and any advice ASAP. Our Book Printing Account Managers can help you determine if print on demand, offset, digital, perfect bound or PUR bound is the right print process for you; and as there in no mimimun quantity, it is, as always, just a matter of what you want.
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Self publish your book with the best quality and most cost effective printing service in Australia
Our short run service is ideal for people who want to enter the market and offer an affordable solution for a self-funded publication. On average we’re 35% more cost effective than other printers on small run, self published books; and even though we’re most cost effective, we don’t compromise on quality. It begs the question, then, why are other printers 35% more expensive? We can’t answer that. All we can suggest is that you ask us to quote the same spec as any other printers and see how much you can save on an identical spec book printing quote.