Saddle stitching is the most economical binding available. Pick up a Time or Newsweek to see what this looks like. The pages are stapled together through the center of the spine of folded sheets. A variation on saddle stitching is side stitching. It is not a very popular method, but it is another means of joining pages of a printed piece together by stapling through the cover along the binding edge. Generally used for short-run materials. Cheap cost and easy production makes this binding the most popular binding method.
Gives your document that "Saddle Stitch" look
Great "newsletter" look
Great for crossover images because it has no "step-up"
Perfect page registration
Up to 1/4" thick
Side stitching available
Finish trim requires minimum 1/8" all sides
to see other binding / finishing methods available.