Saddle Stitching Machines

Saddle Stitching Machines
Saddle Stitching is one of the most widely used methods of binding to make booklets and magazines. It can be accomplished using one of two different pieces of equipment: a Saddle Stapler, or a Saddle Stitcher. Both machines provide the same results, however, Saddle Staplers use actual staples (low volume) with Saddle Stitchers use Stitching Wire (for medium-high volume). Folded booklets are placed over a "saddle" and then stapled or stitched along the spine. Books bound using saddle stitch lay relatively flat and are most commonly used for applications including booklets, brochures, newsletters, pamphlets, direct mailers, magazines, and catalogs. They also have the ability to accommodate special inserts such as business reply envelopes, membership forms, order forms, etc.

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