The greater the use to which it will give, the more robust will be the cover and binding of the leaves and the thickness of the paper on the inside pages.
If you highlight any part of the illustration, covered or indoors, you can combine different finishes that make the book special.
Digital printing is recommended for jobs requiring short runs.
Paperback with PUR technology
It is used as an adhesive polyurethane. Cheaper than straight stitching. It can be bound in hard and soft cover. Ideal for catalogs, price lists, magazines and books with spine, which are to be used intensively.
Sewing Rustic Binding
It is the most used for its strength, quality and flexibility. Ideal for high quality books that are designed to last over time.
Ideal for periodicals seeking flexibility to facilitate viewing anywhere. Choose from standard staple or omega.
Wire-o and Spiral Binding
Wire-o binding is a practical, durable and elegant system for notebooks, technical manuals, trade catalogs, maps and calendars. The spiral binding is a simple and functional system that allows a 360º document opening and easy photocopying.
In the binding millings books with PUR glue for hard or soft cover, it is very important to know the number of pages that have the book to determine the height of the back, both for designing the cover and to calculate the price of the book.
In the binder spiral wire-o and the side where it will drill must be taken into account, leaving a margin between 10mm and 15mm, so that does not match any text or image.
The PUR binding has the possibility of joining printed sheets of various papers (stucco, creative, textured, photographic) and materials (synthetic, metallic or transparent) in a single copy. You can combine finishes with each other to achieve a greater visual impact, for example, apply 2D and 3D selective varnish to highlight or highlight images or gold or silver stamping to achieve metallic effects by combining them with CMYK.\r\rWe recommend the PUR (Poly Urethane Reagent) binding for corporate catalogs, product catalogs, rates, as well as for periodicals (magazines with spine), and in general all books with spine that will be used quite intensively.\r\r
The stitched rustic binding is made with thread by sewing each booklet separately. Once the process is finished, they are gathered together and re-sewn from the deck. Uncut the back is glued and sticks to the cover.