A Wide Range of Professional Binding Services for Books, Catalogues and Notebooks

When helping you decide on the best binding option, we take into account a plethora of conditions such as how your job will be displayed or where it will be stored. Casebound, softcover, lay flat perfect, exposed spine, swissbound… any type of binding you've ever seen and loved is a possibility here
PrintCenter Hard Cover Book Binding

Hard Cover

Also known as hardback or case bound that provides a high level of durability. A hardcase is a book bound with rigid protective covers, typically of cardboard covered with cloth, heavy paper, or sometimes leather. It is the ultimate in children's book binding, reference books, children's books, coffee table books and such...
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Soft Cover,
Perfect and PUR Binding

Using adhesive to glue the pages to the spine of the book, this flexible yet durable option is ideal for literary books and magazines.

The key difference between perfect and PUR binding comes from the type of glue. PUR is 40-60% stronger.
PrintCenter Lay-Flat / OTA Binding


The binding that mimics how a case bound book works in a soft cover product.

Otabind binding separates the textblock and the cover so that a book can be opened flat on a surface. Durable and easy to use. This allows the product to open without bending the spine or pulling against it.
PrintCenter Lay-Flat Binding

Lay Flat

This is an eye catching and effective binding alternative.

Lay-Flat bound products open complete flat across the centre fold. This allows the images to run across both halves of the spread with a 0% gutter. This gives some exciting design options, including landscape formats that open to display panaromas.
PrintCenter Saddle Stich Binding

Saddle Stitch

For a smaller number of pages, we offer staple stitching.

Printed sheets are folded to form a booklet, and a cover is added. These folded sheets are then stapled through the centre, with two or more staples.

Saddle stitching is generally used for brochures, magazines, children's books and notebooks that have ideally 64 pages or lower.
PrintCenter Thread Sewn Binding

Thread Sewn

Also known as thread stitched binding, this method uses a single line of thread to sew pages together.

It offers a unique finish for special projects. The finish is traditional, secure, and beautiful.
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