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Start your project with the end in mind. Who hasn't been amazed by the pop of spot gloss or blind embossing even a sleep coil binding.

At Symmetry, we believe that the difference between good and great is all in the details.  That's why we offer a comprehensive array of finishing and binding options, so you can make a polished and professional impression. Not sure what to suits your project best? Our experienced staff can help you choose the best option(s) to suit your timeline, budget and objective.  Featured here are some of our more popular requests:

Finishing Options:
  • Die-cutting, foil stamping, embossing, laminating

  • Collating, hole-drilling, triming scoring

  • Tabbing, padding, booklet making

  • Basic and special folding: Z folds, gate folds, French folds, roll folds

  • Special coatings: Aqueous, UV, Varnish

 

Binding Types
Perfect Binding

 

Perfect Binding is very common with paperback books. It is a method in which adhesive is applied along the spine of books / manuals in order to keep all the pages together and hold the cover in place. There is no stitching in this binding process. Perfect Binding is not ideal for jobs with a very low page count because there will not be a thick enough spine.

 

Specs
  • Recommended minimum of 48 pages

Saddle Stitching


Saddle Stitching (one form of Wire Stitching) is a method in which metal wire (much like staples) are stitched through the spine of books / manuals. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages.

 

Specs
  • Recommended maximum of 64 pages.
Ring Binding

 

Ring Binding is a method in which holes are punched along the edge of the sheets to use with a ring binder. This binding process is great for documents that need to be easily removed or have dividers, tabs, or other pages inserted. This process works well for jobs with almost any page amount. Custom binders can also be created to fit your needs.

 

Specs
  • Copy must be at least 3/4" inside from the trim line on the bound edge.

  • Recommended for any page count.

Coil Binding

 

Coil Binding (also known as Color Coil, Colorcoil, EZ-Coil, Plastic Coil, Spiral Binding, Plastikoil and Coilbind) is a method in which a coil spine is inserted through holes punched along the spine of the printed piece. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages so that the left edge of each page stays aligned. This binding style lets the pages of the Book / Manual lay flat once opened.

 

Specs
  • Copy must be at least 3/8" inside from the trim line on the bound edge.

  • Recommended minimum of 24 pages.

Comb Binding

 

Comb Binding (also known as GBC Binding, Cerlox or Surelox Binding) is a method in which a round plastic spine is inserted through rectangular holes punched in the printed piece. This process is typically best for jobs with fewer pages so that the left edge of each page stays aligned.

 

Specs
  • Copy must be at least 3/8" inside from the trim line on the bound edge.

  • Recommended minimum of 16 pages.

Foil Stamped Cards

Foil Stamped Cards

Silk Lamination

Silk Lamination

Spot UV

Spot UV

Perforation

Perforation

Foil Stamped with Painted Edges

Foil Stamped with Painted Edges

Clear Report Covers

Clear Report Covers

Vinyl Covers

Vinyl Covers

Silk Laminated and Spot Gloss

Silk Laminated and Spot Gloss

Embossing

Embossing

Padding

Padding

Custom Tabs

Custom Tabs

Cutting

Cutting

Mounting

Mounting

Laminated Sheets

Laminated Sheets

Brochure Folding

Brochure Folding

Brochure Folding

Brochure Folding

8925 SW 129 Street

Miami, Fl 33176

T. 305-670-8532​

F. 305-670-0051​

Orders@symmetrymiami.com

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