A cost effective, attractive way to adhesive bind books. Allows printed spine to be viewed on shelves. Ideal for soft cover books.
Our Horizon BQ260 gives you the quality you require with the turnaround you demand.
From a 1/16″ thick book to a 1 3/8″ thick book.
Wire-O Binding & GBC Binding
Ideal for books with critical crossovers.
Maps & artwork are ideal candidates. Books open without the pages shifting up or down.
Great for cookbooks that may include different stock & weights, index tabs and foldouts. Moisture and stain resistant synthetic stock as well as plastic CD sleeves are no problem. Many colors to chose from:
Sizes from 1/4″ to 1 1/4″ thick and up to 14″ in length.
Plastic Coil Binding
Ideal when books open 360 degrees or if the book will be used while held in one hand. Many eye appealing colors available.
Sizes from 6 mm thick and up to 38 mm in length.
Heat Activated Film Laminating (3 Mil)
Suitable for single sided, double sided, or decal style applications. Superior clarity and lower activation temperature.
We will print or convert your printed sheets. Die cut tabs, drill, collate, shrink wrap and box. Permanent or temporary edge ‘Peel & Stick’ applications are available.
Die Cutting Specification Sheet
- 1/2″ Gripper is needed, (allow 1″ to the first knife on grip side).
- Gripper and Side Guide MUST be marked.
- Inks MUST be completely dry to prevent offsetting.
- Allow 3/16″ Min. color bleed beyond die cut areas to assure registration.
- Block out all inks and coatings from all areas to be glued.
Collate, stitch, fold and face trim.
Saddlestitch from CD size 4 3/4″ x 7″ to 13″ x 19 1/2″ max flat sheet size. (No sigs.) Corner, side or top stitching from 5″ x 7″ to 13″ x 16 3/4.
- Collating from 5 1/2″ x 8 1/2″ to 13″ x 19 1/2″ flat sheet. Stocks from 11 lb. up to 12 pt cover (heavier depending on grain of stock) Coated stocks no problem.
- Minimum signature size 6″ x 8 3/8″.
- Maximum signature 13″ x 19 1/2″.
Collating (Sigs or Flat Sheets)
Edge Kleen Stick Tapping (perm or temp)
Odd & Unusual
Don’t see it listed . . . Please ask your CSR