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Saddle Stitching, continued...

Our automated stitchers can gather up to 8 signatures plus a cover, stitch and trim. Efficient and more economical than many other binding methods, saddle stitching at Smith-Edwards-Dunlap is positioned in-line with other bindery and finishing services such as soft-folders, wafer-sealers, labelers, and shrink wrappers. We streamline the commercial printing process to deliver orders that have tight deadlines. 

What is Saddle Stitching Commonly Used For?
Also known as stapling or bookletmaking, saddle-stitching is commonly used for brochures, as well as a variety of other commercial printing products including small- to medium-sized booklets, calendars, catalogs, and directories. When the document is too large for SED standard saddle stitching, it may be side-stitched or side stapled. Our side wire stitchers place staples about ¼” from the edge.

At Smith-Edwards-Dunlap, we are committed to the goal of improving efficiency, productivity, accuracy, quality, and affordability. By investing in state-of-the-art saddle stitching equipment we are able to achieve this goal. We believe in frequent quality checks at various stages in production from desktop publishing to mailing and fulfillment. These checks not only help us provide clients with the best possible product but they also help us manage a successful post-press operation. As one of Philadelphia’s largest and most comprehensive commercial printing companies, Smith-Edwards-Dunlap offers saddle stitching as one of our bindery and finishing services for the professional style and efficient processing you need to compete within your industry.




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