Last viewed: 0 products
  • +386 41 625 157 (Mo-Fr: 8.00-16.00)
  • 0
    Your shopping basket is empty.

Binding Screws

Price lists, menus, samples, color charts ... Choose the format that suits you!

Display 1 to 12 (of 12 products)
Screw binding is an alternative binding in which a hole is drilled in the book block with a punching machine into which a metal screw is inserted.

One of the advantages of this binding is that you can add or replace sheets by yourself.

Usually, the screw hole is drilled in the upper left corner. In this case, we get a final product that resembles a fan.

However, you can choose to insert two or more screws into the book block, usually with holes in the back.

With this option, it is necessary to take into account the fact that the choice of thicker papers + 170 g / m2 is possible, but it is necessary to crease them for easier leafing.

The thickness of the book block can be from 4 -70 mm with this binding.
The book block can be printed on one side or on both sides in black and white or in color.

Uncoated, coated and bulky papers are available in all standard weights.

If you want a premium product, then choose the 3D partial varnishing option and highlight the desired elements on the cover with a bright transparent embossed varnish.

Choose one of the standard formats and continue your online purchase.

If you do not find the desired dimension, we can of course make a publication according to your proposal.

In this case, send us an inquiry so that we can prepare a favorable offer for you!

Quality and fast printing, and binding of all types of booklets, catalogs, brochures, annual reports, proceedings ...


Did you know that the oldest surviving book was written in China in 868? For each of its pages, they cut out a wooden board or cliché on which was a mirror image of the text. By rubbing, they imprinted the imprint deep into the paper. The first books of woodcuts, known as woodcut books, spread mainly in the 14th century. They were made of folded and sewn sheets.

How to decide which binding to choose?


The most important factor in choosing a binding is the number of sheets or pages of a book block. If the book block has e.g. less than 32 pages, only binding with a metal spiral or sewing with wire or staple (notebook) is possible.

When the book block exceeds 80 pages or. the thickness of the back is greater than approx. 4 mm, wire binding is technically impossible to make due to the excessive thickness of the back. Even in the case of choosing a spiral binding, the thickness of the back is limited to a maximum of 23 mm.

For larger publications from 32 pages onwards, a soft cover is available. There are two ways to make a soft binding. In the first method of soft binding, the back of the book block is cut and glued to the cover, in the second method of soft binding, which provides a more durable binding, the book block is first sewn with thread or. thread and then glued to the cover. Both methods of soft binding are available from approx. 32 pages onwards, up to 800 pages or more, or up to a maximum back thickness not exceeding 50 mm.

If the printed matter is intended for rare or occasional reading, then choose a soft binding by milling and gluing, but if there is a requirement for more durable printed matter, which is often used, then we suggest a binding in which the book block is sewn with thread. In the end, opt for a cover, which can be made of cardboard (soft binding) or cardboard (hard binding).

Do you have a question?

We are here to help you!

+386 41 625 157

+386 51 613 723