Top 4 Bookbinding Options at Your Disposal

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Top 4 Bookbinding Options at Your Disposal

Top 4 Bookbinding Options at Your Disposal

14 September 2021
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Books are a crucial part of the academic, business, and personal world. Whether you are an avid reader or not, you have likely noticed that not all books are bound the same. Different books have their unique binding styles depending on the volume of the book and other factors. Here are four options you can choose from when you have a book printing project. 

Case Binding

Many people prefer to have a book with a hardcover. The hardcover can withstand heavy use without getting damaged. Hardcovers come from materials like vinyl,  cloth, and leather. The bookbinding method people use to make hardcover books is called case binding. Case binding is an excellent binding method because it creates covers that can last decades. However, you will need a lot of money for this binding type, making it less economical for many books. 

Comb Binding

Comb binding is the direct opposite of case binding when it comes to strength and aesthetics. You can use the method when binding booklets and other temporary publications. The binding process includes putting the papers that need binding together, punching them, and then putting them together with the binding comb. It is simple to do comb binding when you have a binding machine. The spine of the book will have a series of rings that you can open several ways. However, the method does not make lasting covers. Most retailers have reservations about them because the books might fall apart faster. 

Perfect Binding

Perfect binding is typical when dealing with softcover books. The process involves binding the book pages together and later sticking them together using thermal glue. You might have to trim the pages close to the book's edges, as they might give the completed book an uneven finish. Your book will have perfect ends and a beautiful presentation when you choose this method. However, you have to leave some margin at the start of the page. It helps readers to open the book well when reading. 

Pamphlet Binding

This method offers an elegant finish for thin book publications. You arrange the pages correctly on top of one another and then bind them together using saddle stitches. The results are very classy for small books and pamphlets.

These are four options available when you want to bind your book. You can check the pros and cons of each before choosing the most suitable one for your project. A good cover gives your customers the first impression, which is good for marketing. Contact a company that offers bookbinding services to learn more.

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Hello, my name is Bobby. I run a restaurant which is located in Melbourne, Australia. When I opened the place, I was mostly worried about making sure I had ordered the right amount of food, that the staffing levels were correct and that the place was clean and tidy after the shift was over. However, what I didn't think about was the quality of the menus and posters that I needed to attract customers. Thankfully, my friend suggested that I contact a printing company that was able to print my designs to a very high standard. I was really impressed and my customers love them.

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