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Bookbinding is a craft that uses several techniques to make the types of bindings that clients need. In some cases, this includes simple three ring binders that protect documents. Other bookbinding protects, however, can include leather covers with artistic images. Learning about some of the key terms that bookbinders use should help you choose an option that meets your needs well.

  • Coptic Binding - Coptic bindings sew folded pages to each other with a chain stitch that holds them in place. This binding method was first developed in the second Century AD by a Christian sect in Egypt. The method was used widely until the 11th Century. Some bookbinders still specialize in this craft, but it is not the most pervasive format.
  • Nag Hammadi Binding - Coptic binding stitches several sections of a book together. Nag Hammadi binding is a simplified version used to hold a single section together rather than linking it with other parts to form a longer book.
  • Case Binding - This is the most common method used to make hardcover books. This method glues printed pages together into a section known as a text block. The text blocks are then attached to the cover, or case, with pieces of paper or cloth.
  • Spiral Binding - Spiral binding is an expensive way of linking printed pages together with a system of connected rings. Bound atlases and art books often use spiral binding because it allows the reader to fold the pages over without causing damage to the book's spine. The spiral bindsings are often made of plastic or wire.
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    20 Chestnut Street, Garfield, NJ 07026
    Contact us at (973) 247-1200 in Garfield, NJ, for our complete book binding and book printing services.Contact us at (973) 247-1200 in Garfield, NJ, for our complete book binding and book printing ser
    (973) 247-1200
    C&H Bookbinding
    1 Forte Ave, Medford, NY 11763
    Book restoration or creation of individual books. Thesis binding, self publishing, hotstamping. We will do from 1 book to 100, hardcover in bookcloth or leather. We specialize in restoring old family Bibles, binding journals, comic books, etc.
    (800) 871-8980
    B & T Bookbinding Co Inc
    3002 48th Ave, Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 786-4530
    Action Bindery II
    3200 Skillman Ave Fl 3, Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 392-0608
    Empire Bookbinding Co
    4747 Austel Pl, Long Island City, NY 11101
    (718) 392-0401
    Playbill Incorporated
    6005 37th Ave, Woodside, NY 11377
    (718) 457-4567
    Katz Bookbinding Co
    208 Broadway, Brooklyn, NY 11211
    (718) 387-7765
    Books & Binding
    172 Madison Ave, New York, NY 10016
    (212) 229-0004
    Ace Bindery Svce
    976 Grand St, Brooklyn, NY 11211
    (718) 218-7070
    General Binding Corp
    14 Penn Plz, New York, NY 10122
    (800) 552-2380
    Classic Album Inc
    343 Lorimer St, Brooklyn, NY 11206
    (718) 302-0234
    Brewer-Cantelmo Co Inc
    55 W 39th St, New York, NY 10018
    (212) 244-4600
    Mitra Library Conservation
    30 W 70th St, New York, NY 10023
    (212) 496-7774
    Talas
    20 W 20th St Fl 5, New York, NY 10011
    (212) 219-0770
    Consolidated Loose Leaf Inc
    180 Varick St, New York, NY 10014
    (212) 924-5800


    Bookbinders are professionals who bind soft and hard cover books. These experts work in various areas of the world and commonly deal with different prints, thesis works, leather materials, and tools for proper restoration. It is also common for binders to utilize certain machines as well as custom supplies for certain jobs. As you probably know, this field of work is very important, and countless textbooks, manuals, novels and scrap journals are worked on daily. There are many paper books, restaurant menus, photo portfolios, and yearbooks produced in the bookbinding industry. While one book owner may need the pages restored in an old hard cover novel, another individual may require a professional bookbinder to replace the wire in a medical journal. It is common for experts in this field to use supplies and tools such as tape, spiral wire, pliers, and sealants to protect leather covers from thermal damage. A lot just depends on the thesis journal, medical textbook, or fiction novel they are working with. Since there are bookbinders located all over the United States, there may be one located near you. Their locations can be easily discovered online. Use the internet to gather more information on professional bookbinding. Regardless of what you want to know, the data you are after is likely on the web. You can get additional information pertaining to restoration tools, leather book covers, print variations, and even addresses for local bookbinders. The key is to take your time and hone in on the topics that interest you most.
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