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Hard Case Binding
Hard case binding (also known as hard cover binding) refers to the binding of a book in which a separate case bound cover is involved. The cover is non-flexible and is supported by a paper-back board making it incredibly durable.
PUR (polyurethane reactive) glue is the most durable binding glue available, offering design flexibility for any number of applications, including brochures, catalogues, instruction manuals and art books.
PUR allows us to successfully bind materials which would not have previously been attempted using conventional EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate) hot melts.
A type of binding in which the spine is notched or each sections spine is slotted or specially perforated during the folding operation. An adhesive is pushed up between the perforations during the binding process, the drawn cover is added on during the folding process.
Section sewn and drawn on cover is where the sections are sewn together and the cover is drawn on via the perfect binding line.
Saddle Stitching and Loop Stitching refers to a very popular book binding method in which folded sheets are gathered together one inside the other and then stapled through the fold line with wire staples.
Coil binding, also known as spiral binding, is a commonly used book binding style for creating documents, reports, presentations and proposals. This binding style is known by a number of names including spiral coil, colorcoil, ez-coil, plastic coil, spiral binding, plastikoil and coilbind.
Wire calendar binding is very similar to normal wire binding, except a thumbhole punch is used in the centre of the calendar to allow for a wire hanging hook to be bound into it, so to allow the calendar to be hung.