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The Different Styles of Presentation Binding

When it comes to handing out presentation documents for reports or bookkeeping purposes, we all want to coverbind-logopresent them in a very neat manner so that our bosses or anyone who reads them will be able to do so well and be able to keep it for a very long time. Let’s face it: better presented documents are more likely to be kept and appreciated. So, what are these types of binding a presentation document? Here are the different styles of presentation binding anyone can use for their documents.

Wire Binding

The first method is called Wire Binding. It involves using a set of twin loop wires to hold the documents together. The side of the paper where you insert the wires is punched regularly with a round or square shaped hole and the two ends of the wires are clamped together for secure binding of the document. It is a good style to use if you want your document to be read open/flat style, just laying 2 pages of the document at a time. Not to mention it looks simple yet elegant. So for those who want a simple style of binding their document, the wire binding style is perfect for you.

Plastic Coil Binding

Another method of binding documents is called Plastic Coil Binding. Unlike the Wire Binding where you use twin wires to hold the documents together, it uses a long plastic coil that goes through the punched part of the paper, just like what you see in notebooks. This method allows the document to be read open/flat but it could also be folded around for instances where the reader uses one hand to hold the entire document. It is also a unique way of binding documents as well as for packing purposes. When you send a document with a plastic coil binding by mail, it will hold the paper well and prevent damages to the entire document.

Plastic Comb Binding

The third style for document binding is called Plastic Comb Binding. This easy and versatile method of binding documents is perfect for documents that are frequently being edited and changed as the plastic “comb” that holds the document can be easily adjusted for easy removal of paper. One unique feature of this style is that the plastic holder has a flat surface where one can easily print a label for the document perfect for placing the document in shelves where it can be easily identified.

 Strip Binding

The method Strip Binding uses seals and rivets to hold the binding comb together for a secure bind, perfect for documents that do not require editing. It also provides a more professional finish to the bound document. Also, this style can hold up to 750 sheets of paper so it’s perfect for inventories because of its space saving capability.

Thermal Binding

Thermal Binding is the style that gives your document the professional, perfect bound look that you need. It is a fast and reliable method of binding where no mechanical fasteners can be seen. It uses a Therm-A-Bind cover with adhesives that are heat activated so it promises a secure bind every time. The backbone of the thermal bound document wraps around the document so it is ideal for labeling the document, making it recognizable when placed in a shelf.

So there you go folks, the different binding methods that suit any kind of presentation you need. From simple to colorful to formal to secure binding. Using these styles in perfect situations will help you in easing out the presentation and leave a good impression.

About Author:

David Goss is a passionate writer who regularly writes article, reviews and blog post on topics related book binding, presentation binding and office equipment. He would like to invite you to visit coverbind.com for tons of free tips and information on presentation covers.