Magazines and books binding

PUR-glue binding (hard and soft cover)

This type of binding is ideal for catalogues, price lists, magazines and books with spines, which are to be used intensively. Polyurethane is used as an adhesive, which is cheaper than thread-sewn. It can be bound with hard or soft cover.

Sewn binding (hard and soft cover)

It is the most used for its resistance, quality and flexibility. Ideal for high quality books that are designed to last over time. It can be bound with hard or soft cover.

Wire-o and spiral binding

Wire-o binding is a practical, durable and elegant system for notebooks, technical manuals, commercial catalogues, maps and calendars. The spiral binding is a simple and functional system that allows the document to be opened 360º and facilitates photocopying.

In terms of design, it is possible to combine finishes with each other to achieve a greater visual impact, both on the inside pages and on the cover: the spectacular digital printing, the selective varnish in 2D or 3D, the possibility of applying dies with Ultra HD precision or the special inks – fluorine pink and white -.

Staple binding

Ideal for publications seeking flexibility to make them easy to read anywhere. If the publication has more than 56 inside pages, the square spine binding with staples should be used.

Specifications

For the binding of books milled with PUR glue for hard or soft covers, it is very important to know the number of pages the book will have in order to determine the height of the spine, make the cover design and calculate the final price.

In wire-o and spiral binding, the side to be punched must be taken into account, leaving a margin between 10 mm and 15 mm, so as not to skew any text or image.

Remarks

PUR binding makes it possible to combine various types of paper – coated, creative, textured, photographic – and materials – synthetic, metallized or transparent – in the same publication.

We recommend PUR binding for corporate, product and price catalogues, as well as for periodicals – magazines with spines – and, in general, all those books with spines that are going to be used intensively.

The sewn paperback binding is made with thread by sewing each booklet separately. Once the process is finished, they are put together and sewn back together from the cover. Without cutting, the spine is glued and glued to the cover.

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