Cover and Binding
Hard or soft cover?
If you select
hardcover/hardback, you will need to have the book Case-bound:
Case bound books
Usually for Reference books,
to imply high quality or withstand heavy use.
take great care with hard cover books and our machinery is perfectly geared for
this type of work. After printing, the
pages are sewn together.
If you select softcover,
there are other options in terms of binding.
- Section sewing
- Sewing gives the book
- Saddle stitching (wiring or
- If you book has less
than 100 pages, and allows the book to open flat. Good for reports, smaller textbooks or reference books,
- Adhesive binding (burst or
- For paperbacks over 64
- Burst binding usually
lasts longer and we would recommend this method
- Perfect binding binds
each individual page together, it is effective, but sometimes after years of
use, a single page can fall out.