What are the styles of notepads and notebooks?

Whether it is a notebook for business use, a notebook for students or a daily notebook, this article divides the style of notebooks based on the three characteristics of cover material, cover hardness and binding method for your understanding.
From the material division of the cover, it can be divided into leather, textile, paper and other materials. The cover can also be divided into hard-faced and soft-faced according to the hardness.
According to the binding method, it can be divided into: wire binding, glue binding, binder binding, rivet binding, coil/spiral binding, etc.
The cover can also be equipped with magnetic buckles, snaps, elastic straps, zippers, etc., all of which are used to fix the inner pages of the notepad, which are easier to understand. Notebook notebooks will be somewhat different depending on the binding method. Here is a brief introduction:

Perfect binding

Most of the notebooks for business or students is perfect binding. This binding method is the most common and economical way, with high firmness and high binding speed. If the number of pages is large, it will not be able to turn flat to 180 degrees.

perfect binding notebook

Coil/spiral binding

Like perfect binding, this binding method is also one of the more common binding methods for notebooks. Coil/spiral binding is more cost-effective, and it can turn the notebook 180 degrees flat, which is convenient for writing, and it is not easy to drop pages after repeated reading.

coil/spiral notebook

Thread-bound binding

Whether it is with only one line at the spine, or with thread-bound glue binding, this notepad can be turned flat to 180 degrees, which can maximize the use of the area of ​​the inner pages of the book for recording. There is a special thread binding for ancient books (there are threads on the spine on the front and back of the notebook), which is also thread binding, but the book cannot be turned flat to 180 degrees.

Binder binding

It is also a common binding method for notebooks. As the name suggests, the binder can be opened at any time and the inner pages can be added or taken out of the notebook. Common binders have two holes, three holes, four holes, six holes, nine holes, etc., the advantages of this binding method, the inner pages can be taken out or added at will, the cover can be recycled, and can be turned over and over again, and the firmness is high.

binder binding

Rivet binding

The so-called rivet binding is to punch the edge of the notebook or notepad first, and then fix it with rivets. This binding method is also very firm, and the rivets are also made of plastic or metal materials. There are many binding methods. For recipe making, it is not very common in the binding of notebooks and notepads.

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