Wire-O Binding

Wire-O binding is commonly used to bind calendars, instruction manuals or product brochures that need to lie flat or be able to fold back on themselves when opened. They are produced in a similar way to plastic comb binding in that individual pages are cut down to size, then collated into sets that comprise each individual book. Each collated set (or book) is then punched along the spine edge with a series of holes. Instead of a plastic comb, wire-o binding uses a series of parallel wire loops that are inserted through the punch holes and attached along a wire along the spine.

This method of binding does allow the books to lie flat but it can't hold as many pages as plastic comb binding.


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