Rickard Bindery

Our Stitching Capabilities Include:

What is Saddle Stitching?

Saddle stitching involves placing a series of collated forms over a saddle and driving stitches through the gathered piece’s backbone. Companion operations such as inline trimming, drilling, punching, refolding, wafer sealing, shrink wrapping and packaging all increase the value of stitched products.

So Many Options!

The world of saddle stitching is much broader than stitching forms and trimming them to 8-1/2″ x 11″. Product sizes can be smaller than 1″ x 1-1/2″ or as large as 19″x 24″. Glue can be applied in trim-off areas, allowing you to include gatefolds and multiple foldouts.

Would you like to mix and match many forms? Or produce thick books? We’ve got you covered.

Add-ons create aesthetic appeal and customer value. Options include:

The Rickard Bindery Saddle Stitching Advantage

With five work horse saddle stitching lines (one of which has twelve pockets), we offer you and your customers incredible design flexibility.

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