Book Binding

Book Binding, also known as Book Bindery, is the process of assembling and securing written or printed pages within a cover.
You can do books in several ways. The best way is the method you find on books from Photoever.
Below you can watch short videos about how to make the book's back strong.
In order not to write much about this I will only briefly write and then we refer to
the English page Formax printing.

Hard cover binding is the most expensive binding method and is used for books that see frequent use such as textbooks and cookbooks, or when longevity is important such as a bible, yearbook or other keepsake.
Saddle Stitching. This softbound binding method is one of the most simple and widely used binding styles.
Perfect Binding. The soft cover books that fill the shelves at bookstores are good examples of perfect bound books.
Spiral Coil Binding. This popular binding method uses a plastic or metal coil that is inserted and twisted through small holes or slots that run along the spinal edge of the book’s cover and pages.
Ring Binder. This common binding method is another way to join separate pages into book form. .
The entire block is ready to be reinforced.
The book tie attaches a special band on the back,
which also appears on the front and back.
The back is reinforced and the bookbinder
assembles the headband that is more than just a decoration,
It also provides an additional statute that prevents
that the edges of the book block are tempted too much.