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Introduction to the Four Binding Methods of Books

I believe that many people are very interested in the binding method of textbooks and textbooks. All the genuine textbooks used in daily school are relatively durable, so how are they bound? The four binding methods of textbooks are listed below. These methods will help you understand the production process of textbooks. The detailed production steps are as follows:
1. Wireless binding
Because of its good flatness, at present, common textbooks use this binding method. The beautifully designed cover and the content are glued together by special adhesive and stamped by a binding machine, and bound into a booklet. The inner page is generally 80 grams of copy paper, and it can also be directly printed on coated paper.

Scope of application: It is suitable for bid binding, text materials, teaching materials, etc. It is a widely used binding process at present.
Note: After the text is bound, it needs to be trimmed, so important pictures and texts should not be placed at the incision.

2, saddle stitching
Saddle stitching is one of the most common binding methods. It is fast, affordable and easy to read. The commonly used paper for the inner pages is 80 grams of copy paper or coated paper, and the cover materials include textured paper, coated paper, matte paper, pearl paper, white cardboard, etc.
Scope of application: product manuals, sample albums, picture albums, conference materials, training manuals, VI manuals, contract texts, recruitment manuals, etc.
Matters needing attention: The binding adopts the method of double-folding across pages, and the total number of pages must be a multiple of 4. Saddle-stitched pages only rely on two wire nails to connect, because the wire is easy to rust, so the fastness is poor, and it is suitable for binding materials with less content.

Divided into two common methods of rubber ring binding and iron ring binding. The main advantage is the ease of flipping and changing pages. The front cover and back cover are generally added with transparent or frosted film. The commonly used paper for the inner page is 80 grams of copy paper or coated paper.
Scope of application: Applicable to office materials, profiles, personal materials, business books, training materials, conference materials, conference affairs materials, conference journals, etc.
Note: Leave a 7-12mm punching distance on the text binding side.

4. Wire
Also known as Chinese clothing, this clothing, and ancient clothing, it is a traditional Chinese book binding form. There are "light cover" and "hard cover". The former does not contain corners and does not contain corners; the latter has corners or corners, and the cover material is more exquisite.
Scope of application: A set of wire-bound books, specially made for letter or bookcase storage, to protect the booklet and enhance the artistic sense.
Product advantages: Wire-bound books are not only easy to read, but also not easy to be broken. Threadwear is still in vogue these days and is seen as an elegant way of framing.