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Stock & Binding Information

The finish of your material is just as important as colour and design.


There is a range of stock available for you to choose from. If you want to discuss the best choice for your finished product, Bryan can help.

Laser Bond Uncoated copier friendly office paper.
Knight Smooth Extremely smooth uncoated paper. Exceptional printability and colour reproduction.
Strathmore Premium Super Smooth Premium smooth uncoated paper. Superior print performance and ink hold-out.
Gloss Gloss coated paper with high whiteness, bulk, stiffness and sharpness.
Matt Matt coated paper with high bulk, stiffness and sharpness.
Plain – Satin Sealed Non laminated coated business card stock with a protective satin varnish. High bulk, brightness
Impact 100% Recycled Bleached white uncoated, 100% recycled paper. Excellent opacity, even surface and high bulk.
Envirocare 100% Recycled Non bleached, off white uncoated, 100% recycled paper. Excellent opacity, even surface and high bulk.
Maine Silk 60% Recycled White, silk coated 60% recycled paper. Exceptional printability and colour reproduction.
Incada Silk Satin coated 1 sided board – uncoated reverse for easy writing and/or stamping.
Conqueror Laid Brilliant White Uncoated stock with classic double sided lined texture.
Enduro Vellum Paper laminate reinforced synthetic paper. Tear and water resistant.
JPP Synthetic Tough Card Matt white polypropylene film. Tear and water resistant.
Buffalo Board Natural brown kraft board. Great strength and durability.
Gloss Sticker – Self Adhesive Peel off crack back, self adhesive sticker stock.
Full Magnet 0.4mm thick magnet base – adhered to gloss laminated card.


Saddle Stitching Saddle stitching is a binding method using a metal wire (staple) on the fold of a booklet. This method allows for the booklet to sit flat when opened. Best used for a smaller amount of pages (64pp and under) – this is the most cost effective way to bind your booklet or catalogue.
PUR Binding PUR Binding is a form of perfect binding, where the pages and cover are glued together at the spine. PUR binding uses a strong glue to give maximum strength. This form of binding is better suited to a higher number of pages.
Wiro Binding Wiro Binding is another form of binding perfect for larger page counts. Coated metal wires are looped through punched holes at the spine. The advantage of wiro binding over PUR binding is that the document is able to lay flat when open.