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Book Making Ideas For Every Person


We all handle books every day, but we rarely think about what went into the creation of that book. Beyond the author, the editor, the printing and publishing, there is the company that physically puts that book together. Book Making Ideas have evolved a long way since the first bookmakers actually had to hand sew their book's pages together. With new, streamlined techniques for binding books, the work of book making has become something of an art.


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The earliest books did not use adhesive to hold their pages together. Single fold pages were actually handmade, that is to say they were hand sewn down the middle. Examining the binding is one easy way to begin to pinpoint a book's age. Understanding how books were made throughout the years, helps many book binding companies in their work of restoration.

Many of these specialists are able to carefully restore older books, maybe a family bible which has been handed down through generations. Once completed, the books have many of the unique details which they originally did, and can be safely enjoyed for years to come.

Newer Book Making ideas cater to small businesses for their binding needs. The innovation of comb binding has helped to bring book binding to the average person's level. Comb binding is a book making idea that uses rounded plastic spines with attached plastic rings to open and bind in pre- punched holes.

These spines can be customized in various sizes and colors to suit any project. Book making ideas such as comb binding are ideal for work presentations, collaborative cookbooks such as those used for fundraisers, and many other projects.

Comb binding, unlike traditional book making, allows you to open the book, to insert or remove pages easily for quick changes. These books open to lie flat, just like a traditional book, however they cannot be opened up 360 degrees, this would require a coil type binding.

Comb binding is a one of many book making ideas which are accessible to the average person. Comb binding machines are compact, easy to use, and are priced reasonably. For many small businesses, or organizations, it is a worthwhile investment.


 


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