Choose one of the Options below to Find the Perfect Binding Solution for your Requirements

Wire Binding

Wire binding is a popular commercial book binding method, and is known by a number of different names including twin loop wire, wire-o, double loop wire, double-o, ring wire and wirebind.

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Coil Binding

Coil binding is a commonly used book binding style for documents. This binding style is known by a number of names including spiral, coil, color coil, plastikoil, plastic coil, coil bind & ez-coil

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Comb Binding

Comb binding is a popular binding style with the education sector due to its flexibility. This method uses round plastic spines with 19 or 21 rings and a hole puncher that makes rectangular holes.

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Punching Machines

Heavy duty dedicated paper punching machines for the high speed production of documents. Most commonly these machines have the ability to punch any binding style you require.

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Thermal Binding

Tape binding is a document binding process that uses coloured linen strips coated in thermoplastic glue that, when melted to the spine and covers of a book, creates a strong and lasting bind.

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Perfect Binding

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.

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Surebind & Velobind

VeloBind & Surebind also known as Legal Binding involves punching several small holes along the edge of an unbound book, the binding strip is inserted then hot knives seal the strip in place.

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case binding machines

Case Making Machines

Case Making Machines are used for the creation of Hard Covers for book binding or thread sewing of high quality books. You can create any size, thickness & design you want on demand

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Binding Machines from After Print Ltd

Binding machines are available in a range of styles, with each one having a different finish, and therefor fit for a different purpose.

Here at AfterPrint we have a vast collection of binding machines, enabling us to meet your requirements and offering the best product for you. As with all purchases we recommend doing your research of different binding machines first, to ensure that you are getting the right finish for your needs. It is also important to consider how often it will be used to ensure that you aren’t putting a small-scale machine into a heavy-duty set-up.

When considering the finish you are looking for, the brief descriptions below will give you an overview:

Wire Binding

Wire binding, otherwise known as double loop or twin loop wire amongst other names. This is a popular commercial book binding method that allows the copy to be opened completely flat on a surface. Increasing usability and limiting bending.

Coil Binding

Coil binding, also know as spiral binding, is commonly used for many documents. Available in multiple colours it is commonly used in marketing production and schools due to its eye-catching appearance.

Comb Binding

Comb binding is a popular binding style with the education sector due to its flexibility. This method uses round plastic spines with 19 or 21 rings and a hole puncher that makes rectangular holes. Available in manual, semi-automatic and fully automatic, there is a machine to suit your demand.

Thermal Binding

This method uses linen strips which have been coated with thermoplastic glue. When melted to the spine and covers of a book, creates a strong and lasting bind. Commonly used in higher education or corporate environments this option creates an easy to read, lay-flat professional looking bind.

Perfect Binding

We see many examples of perfect binding daily, as this is the most commonly 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. These machines are flexible to multiple sizes dependant on your need.

Surebind & Velobind – Legal Binding

VeloBind & Surebind is also known as Legal Binding as it is most commonly used in the courts. This process involves punching several small holes along the edge of an unbound book, the binding strip is inserted then hot knives seal the strip in place. This method is more permanent than traditional ring or coil bound and suits up to around 750 pages.

Punching Machines

Punching machines are designed to be a heavy-duty method of preparing your documents ready for binding. From semi-professional to heavy-duty professional our range will have the machine to suit your binding method.

Speak to Our Team for Expert Advice

For more information on our range of binding machines or to discuss your individual needs to see which is right for you please contact us today and one of our team will be happy to help.