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What are the ways of binding?

At Studio Proefschrift, the two most common methods are used to bind a book; Perfectly bound and sewn bound. Both options are equally strong, except that a sewn bonded bond is more expensive and takes a longer process in time.

Whichever technique you choose, we want to connect early to get the right fit. In addition, we think of the most efficient production method for you.

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Perfect binding (glued bonded)

At Studio Proefschrift we usually choose a perfect bond for stitched binding. This is the most common method of binding a dissertation and takes less time to process. The quality of the perfect tire has increased in recent years and guarantees a strong and lasting bond that can withstand intensive use. Frozen glued can be applied to almost any type of paper.
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Sewn bounded books

Sewn bound is a binding technique that is not often chosen as binding for a dissertation. For a dedicated bound book, the printer adds an extra step to the binding process: sew the sections together in frames or whether both groups of pages are slim folded and sewn. After sewing the slats, glue is applied to the back to ensure that the cover on the inside of the pages is securely attached.
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PUR glued

With PUR adhesion, use the same technique as with sawn braided bonding. The only difference is that the groups of pages are ground and glued instead of sewn. The technique is fast, resulting in a nice flat back and is a cheaper alternative than sewn broken binder. This technique is widely used for school books. This is also a durable binding method, but the interior will be slightly less flexible than a sewn inside.