Finishing (after the ink dries).

Finishing your job prepares the printed piece for your final application.

“I just wanted to say ‘Thank You’ for the printing of the programs for the FHS Graduation ceremony. We appreciate the patience and cooperation we receive from you, especially considering the number of programs printed in such a short period of time. Thanks Again!” – Nate

Paper CutterCollatorSaddle Stitcher WireSpiral BindingAdjusting Folder


We’ll trim all of the unwanted edges and (where appropriate) prepare your printed piece for the binding of your choice.


Collating puts your pages in the desired order for binding or loose presentation in a folder or kit.

From two sheets to 1,000, your documents will be well-ordered.


Proper folding helps a user feel comfortable with the printed piece and can give clues as to the order in which they should review the content.

Letter folds, half-folds, tri-folds, and custom folds are executed with precision.

Saddle Stitching

Saddle Stitching uses wire staples to bind booklets of 64 pages or less.

Whether pocket-sized or tabloid-sized, this is an inexpensive and quick-turnaround option.

Die Cutting

Die cutting can shape simple tabs for notebook dividers or more complex shapes for paper or film.

Spiral Binding

Spiral Binding allows a book or booklet to be opened a full 360 degrees. Bindings are very durable, will not chip, crack, or corrode, and are available in many sizes.

Die Cutter