This is the standard binding for hard cover books
It is the pinnacle of booklet finishes, an artwork dream to be bound in such a way.
The artisan approach to book binding is entirely an art in itself. These bookshelf, coffee table ready books are truly professional and will allure anyone into opening them.
The inside pages are glued together into sections, then mounted to the cover. The spine is square and the rigid covers ensure these books are durable and luxurious.
Your brochures must have a minimum of 32 sides / 16 double sided pages.
Put simply, this is a stapled booklet.
In the process for saddle stitched brochure, the printed pages are folded in half and stapled together; the edges of the paper are then trimmed to ensure the booklet looks neat. This type of binding is often used in standard magazines.
Hatch offers two options of paper for the cover: 150gsm or 250gsm – the latter is a bit thicker than the first, offering a steadier feel.
This saddle stitched booklets can have from 8pp to 40pp.
Perfect bound brochure
The process for perfect bound brochures is similar to case bound binding – where the pages are glued into sections and then to the cover, forming a square spine.
The cover is printed on a 250gsm silk card, thicker than the inside pages (150gsm silk paper), to give it a solid and steady look and feel.
If your promotional booklet has 32 pages or more, you can select this type of binding.