To bind using glue to hold signatures together into a case made of binder board covered with fabric, plastic or leather to form a hardbound book. Case bound books are available in both round and square back formats.
Printed sheets will be folded into page signatures then collated and sewn by machine, the edges are then trimmed to form a book block. Endpapers are then attached to the first and last sections of the book block. The use of PUR glue will remove the need to sew in most instances.
The back edge of the book block is then coated with glue and a strip of gauze glued to the spine. This is then placed within the case (cover) on a casing-in machine which pastes the end papers to the case and fits the cover. Also called cloth edition, hardbound or hardcover.
Casebound (Hardcover) Book with Paper Laminated Cover (PLC)
The cover is designed, printed, laminated for protection then adhered to the cover of the book.
It is an extremely durable and popular method of covering the book and enables images and wording to be incorporated in the cover.
Traditional Casebound (Hardcover) Book bound in cloth. The book is full bound in Buckram cloth and gold lettered on front and spine.
Printed endpapers are available on hardcover copies to enhance the appearance of your book. Head & tail bands are decorative pieces that are glued to the spine of the book as an embellishment and to cover the ends of the spine.
To bind by inserting the teeth of a flexible plastic comb through holes punched along the edge of a stack of paper.
A form of binding using a spiral of continuous wire or plastic looped through punched holes in the documents back margin. This can be either metal or plastic.
Saddle Stitch Binding
A form of binding that uses staple shaped wires through the middle fold of collated sheets. In saddle stitched work the printed sections are inserted one inside the other on a saddle before stapling along the back fold.
Although dependent on the stock weight, ideally most suitable for books with fewer than 100 Pages.
Wire–O Binding (or Wiro)
A metal preformed binding, which is clamped through a series of punched holes on the binding
– Pages turn easily.
– Sheets will also stay fl at whenever the book is opened
– Back to back opening without ever damaging the spine.
– Secure retention of pages.
– Different materials and thickness can be combined anywhere in the book.
– Easy removal or replacement of sheets.
Sewn and glued
Providing that extra robustness when required. In producing the sewn book block, after gathering of signatures, the sewing machine inserts threads through the spine of each section and then uses further thread to join the sections to each other to form the book block.
Sewn books will generally tend to lie flatter when opened as opposed to a burst, perfect or saddle bound book. PUR gluing will provide similar results to that of a sewn booklet.
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