This is the second week of looking at the ‘baffling’ world of print terminology.
When is a booklet a booklet? Well when it’s wiro bound, saddle stitched, case or hard bound or PUR bound!
The most common is probably wire or saddled stitched – this just means that the pages are held together with staples. Sometimes these can be loops so you can put the booklet into a ring binder for example. Case bound books have a hard cover covered in a laminated paper and a spine. PUR bound books have hard printed cover and use a special glue that is a bit more robust so you can open the pages time and time again without fear of them coming apart from the spine. You don’t have to be an expert though – let us know the number of pages and what your requirements are and we will advise.