Get High-Quality Wire-O Bound Catalog Printing With AxiomPrint
Wire-O binding, also known as twin-loop wire binding, is a method of bookbinding that uses a series of double loops of wire to bind pages together. Wire-O binding is a popular method for creating high-quality, professional-looking books, such as reports, manuals, calendars, and journals. It is commonly used for creating books with a high page count or those that require a more durable binding, as the wire provides added strength and stability to the book.
One of the advantages of wire-o binding printing is that it allows pages to lay flat when open, making it easier to read or write in. Additionally, Wire-O binding can accommodate a large number of pages, typically up to 200 pages or more, and is available in a variety of sizes and colors to match the book's design.
Wire-O binding is commonly used in commercial printing and binding services and is often preferred by businesses and individuals looking to create high-quality, durable books that will last for years to come.
Characteristics of Wire-O Bound Catalog Printing
AxiomPrint offers an array of customization options for wire-o binding printing. With our easy-to-choose options you can create personalized wire-o binding catalogs that reflect your brand essentials in the best way. In our customer-friendly online ordering system, you may choose the sizes, finishing and the quantity that meets your needs. Be assured that all of your special requirements are covered. We are very flexible and open to all special requests, notes and customization requirements.
Inside and Cover Paper Material
For wire-o catalog binding we offer different paper materials both for inside and cover.
Inside paper options include:
- 100# Gloss Text
used for printing brochures, flyers
has a glossy finish
a shiny and professional appearance
gloss finish helps to make colors more vibrant
- 100# Silk Text
a smooth, silky finish
a luxurious feel
provides high-quality images and text
- 70# Uncoated
a good all-purpose paper
a smooth finish
provides good readability and print quality
Cover paper options include:
- 100# Gloss Cover
thicker and more durable than 100# gloss text
used for covers of brochures, booklets, and catalogs
has a shiny and professional appearance
- 14PT Cover (Coated 1 or 2 Sides)
sturdy and thick with a weight of 14 points (0.014 inches)
resistant to bending, tearing, and creasing
used for covers of high-end brochures, booklets, and catalogs
gives a sense of premium quality, durability and professional look
- 100# Uncoated Cover (White)
has no glossy or shiny coating
smooth, with a slightly rough feel
best for projects that require a more natural, organic look and feel, such as business cards, brochures, and postcards
- 100# Silk Cover
silk-coated, has a soft, satin-like finish
smooth, with a subtle sheen
added durability and helps colors to appear more vibrant
best for projects that require a more sophisticated, high-end look and feel, such as magazines, catalogs, and book covers
Finishing and Raised Spot UV
Finishing refers to the final treatment applied to the booklet after printing to enhance their durability, appearance, and functionality. Based on your preferences common finishing options for book binding include:
- Gloss Coated, 2 Sides
- UV High-Gloss Coated, 2 Sides
- Matte (Satin) Lamination, 1 Side
- Matte (Satin) Lamination, 2 Sides
- Soft Touch Lamination, 1 Side
- Soft Touch Lamination, 2 Side
We offer adding raised spots to enhance the visual impact of the printed design by adding depth and dimension to specific areas. This raised spot UV can be used to highlight logos, text, images, or other design elements, and can create a contrast between the glossy finish of the raised areas and the matte finish of the remaining surface.
Q: What is wire-o binding, and how does it work for catalogs?
A: Wire-o binding, also known as twin-loop wire binding, is a method of bookbinding that uses a series of double loops of wire to bind pages together. For catalogs, this method is used to bind pages together to create a booklet that can be easily flipped through. The wire loops are formed by feeding a wire spool through a series of round holes punched along the edge of the pages, and then crimping the wire on both ends to secure the pages in place.
Q: What are the advantages of wire-o binding for catalogs?
A: Wire-o binding is a popular choice for catalogs because it allows for easy page turning and lays flat when open, making it easy to read and browse through. Additionally, wire-o binding can accommodate a large number of pages, making it suitable for longer catalogs. The wire loops also provide added durability, which can help the catalog withstand frequent use.
Q: How many pages can be wire-o bound in a catalog?
A: The number of pages that can be wire-o bound in a catalog depends on the thickness of the paper and the size of the wire loops. Generally, wire-o binding can accommodate up to 200 pages, but this can vary depending on the specific wire and paper thickness used.
Q: Can I add or remove pages from a wire-o bound catalog?
A: Yes, one of the advantages of wire-o binding is that pages can be easily added or removed from the book without damaging the binding. This makes it easy to update or modify a catalog as needed.
Q: What if I don’t have design options, do you provide design services?
A: We have a design service. Our team of creative designers have years of experience and are happy to help you perfect your preferred design. Before printing, we share with you the initial design of what it looks like and make changes if needed.
Q: Is there a minimum order quantity?
A: Yes. Minimum order quantity for wire-o binding is 25pcs..
Q: What is the turnaround time?
A: Our regular turnaround time is 5-6 business days for wire-o bound catalogs printing. But for last minute events we may be able to work with your tight deadline, next day or same day turnaround.
Q: How much does delivery and shipping cost?
A: Click on the “Shipping Estimate” button, which is right under the “Continue” button. Enter your zip code and it will automatically calculate the price.