A binding method where two or three staples are passed through signatures, usually on the left side of the book.
To stitch through the side from front to back at the binding edge with thread or wire. (See stabbing. Sidebar - a vertical bar positioned usually on the right hand side of the screen. Signature - a letter or figure printed on the first page of each section of a book and used as a guide when collating and binding. Sixteen sheet - a poster size measuring 120in x 80in (3050mm x 2030mm).
A binding method in which trimmed pages are laid on top of one another and stapled on the left side. This type of binding will not open flat.
Securing sections or a number of single sheets together by sewing with thread or inserting wire through the back margins.
Stitching where the wire staples pass through the pile of sections or leaves gathered upon each other and are clinched on the underside.
Binding for a finished book where the staples can be seen on the front of the book and are pushed through the book to the back.
Magazine stitching where the pages are bound together by stapling the bound ends of the sheets where they lie in the closed book form.
Binding where the wire staples pass through the stock of pages and are clinched on the underside.