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A continuous plastic or wire coil is placed through evenly spaced holes that have been punched into the pages of a book.
Rectangular holes are punched into pages, which are then slid over the fingers of a plastic comb. Combs come in a variety of colors.
Double wire loops from a continuous pre-formed wire are inserted into pages that have been punched with square holes.
Pages are printed front and back, stacked in the correct order and then stapled along the saddle, or fold line.
Internal pages are collated and stacked. The binding edge is covered with glue. A cover is then attached, completing the process.
Similar to perfect binding, however instead of hot glue, an adhesive cloth tape is used. Heat is applied so that the tape and cover are adhered to the pages.