Special Finish Stapled Binding

Give even more prestige to your publications with special finish stapled binding. Choose the cover finish that suits your needs from the three options available – gold or silver foil and 3D varnish – and create stylish brochures, magazines, pamphlets or price lists that are easy to browse.

– Custom size – Wide range of papers – Lamination available

Stapled binding with special finishes

Stapled binding is the fastest and cheapest binding method. It joins the pages of your publishing product using simple metal staples. Now, with Pixartprinting, you can embellish the cover of your magazine by adding a special finish: you can choose 3D varnish or gold or silver foil. Special finish stapled binding is recommended for printing publishing products with a limited number of pages, like magazines, small booklets and short catalogues. Take a look!

Custom stapled binding with special finishes

At Pixartprinting, “customisation” is the name of the game. We offer a wide range of configuration options to create the product you want: format, number of pages, paper for the pages and cover, lamination and special finishes. Special finishes allow you to highlight certain details of the cover. You can choose 3D varnish to give the print a 3D effect or gold or silver foil to make certain details shine. Your special finish stapled bound magazines will have a premium, elegant look.

Order your prints with special finish stapled binding

You can tell us which parts of the artwork to apply the special finish to using the dedicated layer on the print file. Download the Template and use it to set up your file:

  • The artwork in the Finishing layer must not contain gradients, halftone screens or transparency, must consist of vector graphics and must use the Finishing colour swatch.
  • You can make the finishes any shape you like, giving you more creative freedom.
  • We recommend using a font size of at least 10 pt and a line weight of at least 1 pt.
  • Finally, we recommend avoiding placing finishes over creases, to prevent the varnish or coating from breaking.