This classic form of binding with two metal staples is ideal for brochures, magazines, booklets and price lists – the optimum solution for slimline yet striking publications that are quick and easy to flick through.
Stapled binding, also known as saddle stitch, is a traditional and popular binding method for booklets, magazines and brochures as it affordable and produces a professional finish. Saddle stitch booklets and brochures are ideal for a wide range of uses: create a programme for your event, provide information on your company or a particular product, keep your customers or employees up to date with a newsletter – make the best impression with Pixartprinting’s stapled booklets. Take control of your branding with our variety of customisation options.
Our online ordering process helps you chose a fully personalised product to reflect your business as you want. Here are some of the options you have to choose from:
It is easy to place orders for saddle stitch brochures online, from as little as 1 copy. We can therefore offer short print runs with a quick turnaround.
Simply work your way through the order form, being sure to fill in each field, and a quote and turnaround time will automatically be generated below. When you have selected your preferred price and delivery date, there are instructions and a template provided to help you ensure that your artwork is print-ready. We have designed the form to be as user-friendly as possible but if you have any queries, our customer care team is on hand to help.
Investigating different materials and researching the best technologies plays a central role in our work. At this particularly tricky time, we are all looking for small, daily actions to protect us and those around us. With this in mind, we have introduced a new form of Lamination to make your marketing products safer: Antibacterial Lamination. This matt Lamination contains a silver-based element that can kill 99% of the bacteria on the product's surface in 24 hours.
As an alternative to stapled booklet printing, if you would like your company magazine to be printed and bound using other binding methods, such as spiral binding, perfect binding or stitched binding, take a look at what Pixartprinting has to offer in the Magazines, Books and Catalogues section.