June 2005 Edition
…the first trade bindery in the United States to earn ISO 9001:2000 registrations
Bindery Services
Perfect Binding
Layflat Adhesive Binding
PUR Binding
Saddle Stitching
Loop Stitching
Wire-O® Binding
Plastic Coil Binding
Spiral Wire Binding
Plastic Comb Binding
Remoistenable Gluing
Quarter Folding
-Miniature to Map

Finishing Services
UV Coating
Die Cutting
Foil Stamping
Shrink Wrapping
Jumbo Shrink Wrapping
Hi-Die Cutting
Horizontal Overwrapping

Specialty Services
Magna Stripping
Tin Edging
Step Indexing
Label Aire
Wafer Sealing
Hang Tags
Custom Tabs & Indexes
Blank Index Tabs
Mylar® Reinforcings

Ink Jet Imaging & Electronic Binding
Fixed / Variable Imaging
Selective Pocket
--Cheshire Labels
--Blow-ins & Onserts
-Saddle Stitching
--Inside / Outside
--Target Messaging
USPS Certification
List Sortation

Quality Information Packaging (QIP)
Looseleaf binders
-Turned Edge
Custom Packaging
-CAD/CAM Prototyping
Game Boards/Pieces
Silk Screen Printing
Pad Holders

Calendars, Calendars, Calendars

Now that we are in the heat of calendar season (and plenty of summer heat!), don’t miss out on this great marketing opportunity. They’re versatile, personalized, and come in a variety of bindings. Here are a few tips—contact us for more details.

  • Saddle Stitching – Most economical; oversized and short sheets can be collated and stitched; good for high use wall calendars and pocket calendars.
  • Mechanical Binding – Tons of options including Wire-O®, Spiral Wire, and Plastic Coil; can be used for pocket diaries, personal organizers, desktop planners, and wall hangers; wide range of colors; can be bound with multiple panels and spines.
  • Other Options – Tin edging, embossing, debossing, foil stamping, die cut windows, easel back and desk calendars, oversized, and 2-sided laminating.

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Need Folding Cartons?

Bindagraphics Offers All Shapes and Sizes

Many of our customers do not realize that Bindagraphics has extensive folding carton capabilities. Some of them include the typical straight and reverse tuck cartons (where the lid is held closed by “tuck” tabs), auto lock bottom cartons, snap lock bottom cartons, book end cartons, fifth panel hanger cartons, and four and six corner tray cartons. To further enhance our line, we have added new Bobst blanking and gluing equipment.

Coming soon on our web site! We are adding a page dedicated to folding cartons—including specific information for each type, diagrams, and tips for choosing the best carton for your project.

Please let us know if you wish to be removed from our distribution by calling 800-326-0300 or email remove@bindagraphics.com

Don’t Get Stuck Trying to Choose the Best Glue for Your Job…Check Out Our Web Site!

It’s no secret at the bindery that choosing the wrong glue can be a disaster. On the flip side, the best selection can make a printed piece even more appealing. Check out our web site for everything you ever wanted to know about adhesives!
Adhesives in the Finishing Process: Part I / Part 2

Sign Up for Binda University!

Friday, October 7th from 9:00 am to 4:00 pm.

Cost is $50 per person and includes a $100 credit toward our next major job with your company. More Info...

Thanks for Visiting!

It was our pleasure to host friends from PRIMIR (Print Industries Market Information and Research Organization). Special thanks to Jacqueline Bland, Managing Director for writing to us. “I want to thank you for opening up your shop to us. We’ve done a lot of plant tours over the years, but never any of a full service bindery facility. The tour was an eye-opening experience for many of our attendees who never really had to think about “how’d they do that!” Many have seen bindery equipment at GraphExpo or Print shows, but that’s not like seeing it in a working production facility. The gentlemen that hosted our attendees were most gracious and handled all our questions with ease. Thanks again Marty for sharing the inner workings of Bindagraphics with my PRIMIR members.”

Check Out Our Web Site for Technical Tips on Binding, Finishing, and Specialty Packaging…

When it comes to planning any job that requires binding, finishing, or specialty packaging, we know how important it is to understand the basics. We now offer a special page on our web site with over 70 tips and just enough information to give you those basics and get you started. Check it out!

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2701 Wilmarco Avenue
Baltimore, Maryland 21223
1-800-326-0300 Fax 410-362-7233
100 N Pendleton St.
High Point, North Carolina 27260
336-431-6200 Fax 336-431-6232