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Re: [BKARTS] Stitched perfect bound book



"Stitched and glued." The back of the book block was not
milled, but just glued, so in definition, the books aren't
pur-r-r-rfect bound.

MayKitten
--- Tony Kranz <tkranz@xxxxxxx> wrote:
> Can someone tell me the technical name for a stitched,
> perfect-bound book?
> I have a customer that has a sample of a 560 page book that
> is sewn and
> perfect-bound with flexible glue to "lay-flat".  Peeling back
> the paper
> glued to the spine, I see thread "S-ing" the length of the
> spine. The
> seasoned estimators I know hadn't seen this before.
>
> Perhaps more importantly: where can one get this done in a
> quantity of 3,000
> or so?
>
> Thanks in advance for your help.
>
> Tony Kranz
>
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