A method of binding in which wire is driven through the spine fold and shaped into staples to hold the product together. Called saddlestitching because the printed pieces ride like a saddle on a chain during the binding process.
in printing, staples in the center of a publication to hold the pages together.
to fasten a booklet by stapling it through the middle fold of the sheets.
A binding method which inserts sections into sections, then fastens them with wires (stitches) through the middle fold of the sheets. The limiting factor in this type of binding is bulk (thickness); also called Saddlewire. to top