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Re: "Perfect" replacements for "perfect" bindings.



>Duncan wrote:
>
> >...the paper itself.
>>It can not be clay coated (i.e. Time, Newsweek, etc.) and can not be overly
>>brittle.
>
>I understand why clay coated paper is not a good candidate for double-fan
>adhesive binding but I'd be very surprised if either Time or Newsweek use
>clay coated paper. I admit I haven't seen issues of either magazine for
>several years but clay coated paper is relatively heavy (usually used for
>art books where exceptional printing reproduction is wanted) and since both
>magazines depend on the postal system they would want to save on the weight.
>
>Regards,
>Richard.

Ok. so not clay coated per say.  I heard it once, it made sense.

Does anyone know why their pages are slick and glossy?

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