Wiro Binding


A method for binding loose leaves using a series of metal wire loops formed from a single continuous wire run through punched holes on the binding edge.

Typically used to bind reference books, reports, proposals, and calendars. They are durable, but do not permit printing on the document spine or the insertion of new pages.

A Wire-O binding holds the covers and pages of a document firmly in place by a double-loop wire inserted through holes drilled in their left edges.

All of the document's pages lie flat when opened, can turn easily through 360 degrees.

What is it used for? Commonly used for Price Lists, PLOF, Training Manuals, Calendars, Notepads, Parish Plans, Town Plans At What Point do we do it? Wiro Binding is a print finishing process (after printing).

How do we do it? The pages are gathered in order, punched, and the metal wiro spine is inserted and clenched.

More about... Wiro Binding allows the book to lie flat and is such is well suited to the production of manuals.