Punch Binding2018-12-15T11:10:13+08:00

Project Description

Punch binding is done by three-hole-punching the paper and inserting a metal ring binder through the holes. This is great if you wish to add or subtract pages later. Ring binders are easily unbound by hand and can just as easily be rebound again.

3-Hole Punch Binding

Three-ring binders are large folders that contain file folders or hole-punched papers. These are held in the binder by circular or sometimes D-shaped retainers, onto which the contents are threaded. The rings are usually spring-loaded, but can also be secured by lever arch mechanisms or other securing systems.

2-Hole Punch Binding

Two-hole punching is another option. The only difference is that the two holes are typically on top of the paper, as opposed to being on the left side of the paper. The two-hole punch on-top method is widely used in the medical and law professions.



We offer both black-and-white and color digital printing. For copy jobs, we have state-of-the-art black-and-white and color copier equipment that will create crisp, clean prints. You can stop by and submit copy jobs to us in person or send us your job online.

We offer full-color printing and copying services, image reduction and enlargement services, and duplication and high-speed photocopying services, as well as finishing services like hard binding, soft binding, plastic binding, coil binding, laminating, and gold stamping.

We can handle document sizes including A3, A4, and short and long bond paper, as well as large formats including 12×18 and 13×19 paper sizes.