Finishing Options


  • Lamination protects printed projects against stains, spills and smudges which extends the life of the printed page.
  • Laminating increases the durability of print materials, allowing them to withstand frequent use.
  • Lamination improves appearance by enhancing the ink colours of the printed piece. This creates a more professional look and holds attention longer.
  • Lamination adds strength and stiffness, providing an impression of higher quality and importance.
  • Lamination is completely transparent and does not impair the print in any way.

Spiral Bind

Spiral binding is where the document is held together with a metal wire spine that is fed through holes punches near the edge of the pages.

Perfect Bind

With this binding method, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong yet flexible thermal glue.

Saddle Stitching

Folded sheets are gathered together one inside the other and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples.


Collate refers to the gathering and arranging of indidual sheets into a pre-determined sequence.


Padding finish refers to the binding of a stack of sheets, by using a flexible adhesive glue along one edge of the same sized sheets.


A process of creating round holes in paper using a sharp hollow rotating drill bit. The specialised machine will drill through a stack of paper sheets.


A paper score is a ridge that is indented into the paper where the fold will occur.


There are many ways a printed piece of paper can be folded. The common projects are brochures, leaflets, pamphlets, flyers or folders,


Eyelets are installed on projects such as banners, and corflute signage. Eyelets are used for hanging purposes.