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Kinko's Binding Services Can Cover All Of Your Binding Needs


 

If you need manuals for your office for training, handbooks for employees or books to hand out for presentations and proposals, then Kinko's Binding services can satisfy what you need. Kinko's can bind your materials to look professional, which stands out much better than stapled materials or materials just added to a binder. Binding is much more attractive and will be easier to keep together without the bulkiness of a binder.

There are many types of bindings to choose from to fit your needs. There is coil binding, which looks like spiral notebook binding. The bindings can be metal or plastic. It basically spools through holes on one end of your book to keep it together, but allows easy access and you can fold it over to take up less space. Strip binding is a type of Kinko's Binding that is one of the most popular bindings.

This method uses a "hot knife" process that will seals a receiving strip and binding comb together to secure the pages. This form of binding doesn't allow any pages to be added nor can anyone remove any important pages. For security reasons, this binding is a good choice for manuals that contain information that is always available to the people who need them at a moment's notice, such as emergency plans and rules that must be followed.

Kinko's Binding services also include booklet making, comb binding and wire binding to cover all of your needs in that area. The coil and wire binding are basically forms of the spiral binding, but may be reinforced to hold stronger than a single spiral wire in the book.

They still offer the convenience of easy access using the book after binding by being able to fold it over to use less space while in use. Whichever type of binding you desire, you know it will look and feel perfect for your use.

In addition to binding, Kinko's Binding services offers finishing touches to your projects such as folding, cutting, laminating and mounting your work for presentations. They also offer managed copying and printing services, so whatever your binding needs, be it professional or personal, Kinko's Binding services can give you the finished product you need and want to convey your information to employees, prospective clients and for your own personal uses.

You can choose from an assortment of paper, covers and binding types and let Kinko's know when you need your project. No wonder that Fedex adopts Kinkos. You will receive professional service at affordable prices and great looking books.

 

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