Answered By: Russ Jones
Last Updated: 13 Dec 2016

We have manual self-service comb binding machines available at both our Sheila Silver Library, City Campus, and Headingley Library.

How do they work?  There are instructions near the machines.

Where do I get the plastic spines from?    The Library's Help and Information Point sell them in various sizes. Click here for their opening hours.

Do you have any other ways to bind documents, e.g. thermal binding?   Not in the Library. Several print shops in Leeds and Headingley offer alternative binding services.

Can I ask somebody to comb bind for me? Yes. There is a service for comb binding documents at Headingley which is based in the Print Room in the James Graham Building JGG13. Each document to be bound costs £2.00, which includes a comb, black back card and a clear front cover. During term time the service's opening hours are Monday to Friday, 08:00 - 18:00, and binding is normally done while you wait. The contact number for the Print Room is 0113 812 3510.

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  1. A4 or A3 size? Both? A3 combs?
    by Janice Bennett on 01 Dec 2016.