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"Perfect" replacements for "perfect" bindings.
- To: BOOK_ARTS-L@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
- Subject: "Perfect" replacements for "perfect" bindings.
- From: Doug Philips <dwp@xxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 10:31:10 -0400
- Message-id: <199804221430.HAA28976@SUL-Server-2.Stanford.edu>
- Organization: Transarc Corporation
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In the "I don't want to preserve the original binding" department, I have
several cheaply bound (Japan publications) books of low cost that having had a
few days use are coming apart. Since I can easily buy a "storage" copy of
these books, I am looking to rebind them in a way that is both functional
(close to lay flat) and lasting (so I don't have to rebind again in a year (or
less!)). I have several older books that I've asked various parties for binds
on restoring, but these books I would like to "play" with. Searching the
book_arts-l archive for "perfect" and "rebind" (with various suffices and
spacings/dashes) seemed to yeild little info. Any suggestions? I'm tempted to
use one of Keith Smith's lay flat non-adhesive bindings, but wanted to also
find out what (if anything) others have done in similar situations.
<a href="http://www.pgh.net/~dwp">Doug's Fun Page</a>