Saddle Stitching


Saddle stitching is a common method of binding printed publications such as booklets, Brochures, and catalogues.

The process involves folding pages in half and then stapling them along the fold or 'spine'.

This method is cost-effective and ideal for shorter publications.

Despite its name, saddle stitching involves no actual stitching.

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