0
Promotions & Deals
Contract Holder Contract # GS-03F-053AA
1-800-944-4573

Metal Binding Supplies

Metal Binding Spines

Get serious in your binding with metal MasterBind binding channels. These black sleek spines will make your documents look professional and serious. We have available 5mm to 33mm thick, which holds anywhere from 20 to 300 sheets of 20lb paper. And our spines are either coated in linen, leatherette, or painted gloss. MasterBind spines are ideal for manuals, notebooks, photo books, portfolios, catalogues, or any other document that needs to be securely bound. Don't forget to look into MasterBind hard covers that match your spines!

Metal Binding - Everything There is to Know

Transcript: Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything there is to know about metal binding. There are sizes ranging from 5mm to 32mm and they hold up to 300 pages. With metal binding, you use matching hard covers when binding your pages. There are several different styles of binding and covers to match them. There are a few colors to choose from. This binding requires a specific binding machine. The machine presses your binding together, applying lots of pressure unto your pages, keeping them together. It may take a decent amount of force but it’s overall a simpl... Read More
Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is everything there is to know about metal binding. There are sizes ranging from 5mm to 32mm and they hold up to 300 pages. With metal binding, you use matching hard covers when binding your pages. There are several different styles of binding and covers to match them. There are a few colors to choose from. This binding requires a specific binding machine. The machine presses your binding together, applying lots of pressure unto your pages, keeping them together. It may take a decent amount of force but it’s overall a simplistic approach, not to mention it is a permanent binding solution. There is no editing books once it’s bound. And that is metal binding. For more demos, reviews and how-to’s, go to MyBinding.com.