Binding a document

  robsgd 16:37 05 Nov 08
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hi there
I want to get a document Saddle Stitched (stapled in the center), but instead of using 'standard' staples I want the staples that form a 'loop'at the back, so that the document can be filed. Very difficult as i don't even know what this stapling method is called. Is it a special gun that's used or a special staple?

anyone got some valuable information for me, i would much appreciate it!!

thanks Robyn

  Diemmess 17:26 05 Nov 08

Have you asked a "friendly neighbourhood printer?"
I expect him to confirm that this is a job for selected printing or binding firms.

  iambeavis 17:43 05 Nov 08

Stapling guide - click here

Saddle staper - click here

  wiz-king 19:21 05 Nov 08

The type you are referring to are called loop-stitched.
It is a special machine with a tongue that has a slot cut into it to make the special staples out of wire. I could not find a small machine that would do the job.
Unless you are going to do a lot the your local printers is the best choice.

  wiz-king 19:34 05 Nov 08

Found a cheap(ish) one! click here that will do loop-stiching.

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