Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 Page 5 Page 6 Page 7 Page 8 Page 9 Page 10 Page 11 Page 12 Page 13 Page 14 Page 15 Page 16 Page 17 Page 18 Page 19 Page 20What are four types of materials used on case- made binder covers? Paper, cloth, leather and leather-like. Film Laminated Binders Film laminated offset printing gives your custom binders a modern, contemporary look and feel that is hard to achieve any other way. The continuous, high quality litho printing covers the entire binder with your graphics, logo and message. For added durability and protection, a gloss or matte film lamination is applied to printed sheets before being wrapped into a binder. With four different spine hinge options and one to 4-color process printing available, your custom binder options are almost limitless. Screen Printed Spot Color Binders Using spot color screen-printing, we can create a custom binder in any cover and print color combination you can imagine. Screen-printing is a versatile way of printing that al- lows the use of opaque inks on a wide variety of substrates and colors. With the industry standard Pantone Matching System, we can print spot colors in any number of combina- tions to make your promotional packaging shine. Foil Stamp and Deboss Binders Turned edge construction gives your custom binders the look of hard cover books. To make an even greater impres- sion on your customers, add depth and metallic colors, including gold and silver, with foil stamping and/or deboss. BINDERS.com CUSTOM BINDERS Casemade 5 Casemade Binders feature the glued smooth edges of a handcrafted book, producing a traditional look and feel. These ring binders have a variety of spine hinges and are available in cloth, real and imitation leather, and paper with several types of lamination. Customize with screen printing, foil stamping, debossing, embossing or offset printing with film lamination. CUSTOM BINDERS Casemade