When is ring binding the way to go?

November 1, 2011 · Print This Article

Ring binding is often used to bind notebooks and other types of documents where the pages need to be added and removed with ease. The rings are usually made from metal or plastic and the most common type of ring binder usually consists of three rings (although more rings can be added for larger documents).

Printing companies can present many options for people seeking a professional way to bind their documents and ring binding is often prescribed as the ideal solution. When you choose ring binding, you can also add cover pages behind clear page protectors (these pages can easily be changed for different projects and clients, making it a re-usable option).

While many people punch their own holes into documents, you can also ask the printers to punch the holes for you, which can save you a great amount of time – especially if you are printing a large number of pages.

When to choose ring binding?

There are many binding options available to choose from, but ring binding presents specific benefits in particular circumstances. Here are a few instances when choosing ring binding may be the best option:

  • When working on a big project: Having to punch a hole into each individual page can quickly become tiresome. There is no need to suffer this type of frustration as ring binding will take this time consuming responsibility off your hands.
  • Neatness: Ring binding will help you present your presentation or report more professionally and neatly than other types of binding methods.
  • The need for flexibility: This binding and finishing method allows you to add and remove papers from your binder with ease, without disrupting the rest of your pages or dislodging your binding.

Contact Minuteman Press Alberton for all your binding and finishing needs.

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