saddle-stitched


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saddle-stitched

adj
having a binding in which the sections of a publication are inserted inside each other and secured through the middle fold with thread, or wire staples
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By combining Plockmatics modular devices with Canons imaging technology, imagePRESS users can now have the ability to produce saddle-stitched, creased, full-bleed, square-fold booklets of up to 200 pages (50 sheets) with the BLM50 and up to 140 pages (35 sheets) with the BLM351.
wp2print brings special pricing calculators to WordPress that allow the creation of the complex products found in the printing industry such as saddle-stitched catalogs, perfect-bound books and wide-format banners.
And lest the sculptural brass faucets and saddle-stitched handles take things firmly into fantasy-home territory, rest assured there's plenty of everyday inspiration in store.
This special edition of Bentley's imposing SUV is the Fly Fishing by Mulliner and it has three saddle-stitched leather cases for the angler: a master tackle station, a refreshment case and a waterproof wader trunk.
Founded six years ago, BLTX has been empowering young artists and budding writers to get their work out there, whether in small, handwritten and loosely bound notes or elaborately printed or photocopied saddle-stitched minimagazines.
The outer wrapper, run on the same double-wide press as the newspaper, is saddle-stitched and an integral part of each paper.
It contains the first and only edition of Gray's debut work, Seven Scenes from a Family Album (1981), bound in original saddle-stitched wrappers, and more than 300 letters.
The Dreamgirls: Collector's Program is similar to Playbill programs given out at stage theater productions, a saddle-stitched paperback, including cast portraits, other photographs and crew credits.
The clever tin-top comes down in 25 seconds, there are two token rear seats, and even optional saddle-stitched leather trim.
Within a year Wallaces Farmer and the other Farm Progress publications were downsized, sported more four-color and were perfect bound rather than saddle-stitched.
However, for something different, the collection also features a sharply tailored but 60s-inspired check coat and a saddle-stitched greatcoat for really cold days.
A colorful, 11 X 14-inch, 24-page, saddle-stitched tabloid promoting Dr.