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perfect binding

n
(Printing, Lithography & Bookbinding) See adhesive binding
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perfect binding

- A book bound by gluing instead of sewing.
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Some of the hand bookbinding techniques that are common today includes Saddle Stitch, Yotsume Toji, Perfect Binding, Hardcover Binding and Coptic Binding.
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Specializing in publications, directories, and catalogs, Branch Smith provides art and design, digital prepress, 40" roll fed sheetfed presses, saddle stitching and perfect binding, inkjet mailing and fulfillment.
Generally, software companies rely on four different binding techniques: saddle-stitching (magazine-style, with staples through the spine), perfect binding (book-style, with a square spine), spiral binding (plastic or metal coil), and ring-binder (notebook-style).