Cut, fold, sew in accordance with best practice

SAB has got an internal packaging department for 40 years. We guarantee quality and control from the beginning to completion for high value printed products. The packaging department's technicians move between cutting machines, creasing machines, folding machines, staplers and all the equipment you need to pack your printout with care and attention. You can hold in your hand all the possible packaging; create custom prototypes to help you make the right choice. SAB has been working for years with trusted local bookbinders to offer its customers high quality publishing products.

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Packaging

Foldable packaging

Foldable packaging

The possible foldings are endless, from the classical ones (cross fold, zigzag fold, window fold, etc.) to those created ad hoc.

Hollow cutters

Hollow cutters

Hollow cutters allow you to precisely cut your printout into the shape of your choice.

Metal staples

Metal staples

The staple binding can be in different colours and is suitable for brochures, company catalogues and leaflets.

‘Omega’ stitch

‘Omega’ stitch

‘Omega’ stitch binding allows brochures to be hung or inserted inside ring binders by using the buttonhole

‘Singer’ stitch

‘Singer’ stitch

Singer stitch binding (on the edge or on the back) is a high quality manual process which uses the sewing machine.                                                      

Spirals

Spirals

Spiral binding has no thickness problems (unlike stitch binding) and allows a complete opening of the sheet.

 

Bookbinding

 

Paperback

Paperback

The binding of folds can be: re-stitching of file threads then glued together (photo) or of single milled sheets glued together with polyurethane glue.

Special spindles

Special spindles

Special spindles like Flexicover or Swiss (the inside and the cover are combined in different ways).

Square back

Square back

Paperback with square, flat back.

Round back

Round back

Paperback with round, convex back.

Coatings for covers or exercise-book cover

Coatings for covers or exercise-book cover

The covers of cardboard brochures can be coated with different materials (paper, embossed cardboard, ecological leather, fabric).

Capitals

Capitals

A decorative and reinforcing element, consisting of a string or strip of fabric which is glued to the two ends of the

Dust Jacket

Dust Jacket

A sheet of paper or light cardboard in which the cover of a book is wrapped. The strip is the side of the dust jacket.

Rigid, Semi-rigid, Soft Covers

Rigid, Semi-rigid, Soft Covers

The cover rigidity differentiates the publishing products. They can be cardboard, Dutch or coated paper.