How you finish is everything
Guillotining, folding, stapling, numbering, celloglazing, packing in rose petals. When it comes to finishing, Shotz have got you covered.
Below is our short list of finishing services and there’s plenty more where that comes from.
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SHOTZ card cutter can easily do multiple cuts, scores and perforations at right angles.
A great way to create a creative and striking card for a range of promotional purposes.
Case binding is the most common binding method for hard cover books. … With case binding, the internal pages of the book are sewn or stitched together in page order, then attached to the hard covers.
Available in both gloss and scuff free matt .
Celloglazing offers a professional look and feel to the finished product by adding a thin plastic film over the print surface.
It provides scuff protection, water protection, substance, and above all; a professional look and feel to your project.
Celloglazing is ideal for finishing business cards, menus, and book covers.
Die cutting is used to create unique shapes in printed documents. Typically, rounded corners on business cards use die cutting to create the corners. Die cutting is also used to create unique shapes for presentation folders and retail, point of sale materials.
Dies can be shaped and created fora multitude of purposes and create striking outcomes.
Our folding machines can handle a range of needs from single folds to multiple folds. Quick, effective and efficient, a well folded job will work a treat.
While a guillotine is a standard piece of equipment in any print facility, it’s also a tool that requires skill and precision to use.
We can cut and trim almost any job you might have.
Hole punching allows us to efficiently and professsionally complete your bound project to ensure a quality outcome.
Punching holes in an array of shapes and sizes, our hole punching equipment is a critical part of ourdelivery of highquality print jobs.
Need a set of sequential numbers, or letters for that matter? No problem our numbering capabilities will impress.
Perfect Binding is a widely used, soft cover book binding method. With this binding method, the pages and cover are glued together at the spine with a strong, yet flexible thermal glue. The many soft cover books that you see on the shelves at bookstores are good examples of perfect bound books.
Perforation is a process used to allow easy separation of two sections of a print job, such as allowing paper to be torn easily along the perforation line.
Perforation is mostly used for loose-leaf coupons, calendars, postage stamps, leaflets and notepads.
Post binding is often the most overlooked method. It uses screw posts to hold documents and pages together to produce a beautiful result.
Post binding can be used for all books sizes and allows pages to be removed and/or added more easily than other binding methods.
Quarter binding is a traditional binding method whereby the spine is covered in a different material to the front and back boards.
Traditionally leather or real cloth are used in conjunction with a paper case and using such materials gives an upmarket and stylish result.
Ring binding is a method of fastening hole punched loose leaf sheets of paper into a plastic binder or file.
Using a circular or D-shaped metal clamp or retainer, which opens and closes, to allow pages to be added or removed.
A very familiar binding method in many offices.
Saddle Stitching is a very popular book binding method in which folded sheets are gathered together, one inside the other, and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples.
The staples pass through the folded crease from the outside and are clinched between the centermost pages.
A very popular binding method for most printed booklets.
Scoring refers to the process of making a crease in paper so it will fold easier. Basically, a paper score is a ridge that is indented into the paper or cardboard where the fold line will occur.
Scoring makes a nice, neat fold line when there is a need to fold a heavy grade paper.
A section sewn binding is made of printed folded sheets which are then sewn together. As they are folded and sewn together, the pages are grouped in the correct order for pagination before the document is exported as spreads.
Aside from all that technical jargon, a section sewn binding method is often used for books with large numbers of pages.
Side-stitch binding refers to the method of binding magazines and booklets by forcing a wire through the edge of the sheet, from the front to the back, near the spine.
This simple method is used frequently as it is a simplified binding process, enabled the binding of unfolded sheets of paper.
Spiral Binding, also known as Coil Binding, is a common method for joining the pages and cover of a bound document. It utilises a durable plastic or metal coil that is inserted and twisted through small holes punched along the spinal edge of the book’s cover and pages.
A perfect and economical way to bind business documents.
Wire Bound Books
Wire binding is a popular book binding method whereby a series of small holes are punched into the document/booklet, then inserted onto a “C” shaped wire spine. The wire is then squeezed closed until it is round. These type of booklets have the benefit of folding cover to cover at 360 degrees and will lie flat.
A robust and secure method of binding a range of business documents.
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Finishing is possibly the most critical component of any print related job. And having the right tools with the right, professional and skilled operators ensures your job comes out looking a treat.
If there’s a special finishing technique you’re looking for, get in touch and let’s talk about finishing on the right note.
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