The sheets are punched with a series of round or slotted holes on the binding edge. Then wire, plastic coils, or rings are inserted through the holes. Used for notebooks and other types of books which must open flat.
A method of binding using a plastic "comb" through rectangular holes in the paper allowing the book to open flat. Comb bindings may be screen printed with book title, author's name, etc. for ease of location on the book shelf.
Binding a publication by inserting the teeth of a flexible plastic strip (comb) through rectangular holes in a booklet.
The binding of a book similar to a Spiral binding, except it is made of a tublar plastec piece with many teeth which fit through holes puched into the binding edge at the spine of the book to secure the pages / leaves to the binding. [Back to the Top
A binding similar to a spiral binding, but made of plastic, and which if flattened would resemble a comb.
A plastic strip with teeth shaped roughly like a comb is bent so that the teeth passing through slots holds the cover and pages of a book together. Sometimes inaccurately called a spiral binding.
A plastic comb is inserted through pre-cut holes to bind the book. There is no flat spine for printing title information.
A form of binding that involves inserting a plastic comb into rectangular holes punched along the bound edge.
A book binding similar to a spiral binding but using a round tubular plastic piece with many teeth which fit through small rectangular holes punched into the binding edge of the book. The plastic piece, if laid flat, would resemble a comb.