Binding Styles

Cased and limp books may be unsewn, notched or sewn (unsewn and notched binding are the same price, but notched binding is not available for books printed on our digital presses). A sewn book is more durable and expensive, than an unsewn book and is only usually necessary for publications referred to regularly, such as dictionaries or high extent titles, where the sewing adds additional strength to the binding. Limp binding – also called softback or paperback binding. Cased binding – (also called hardback or cloth binding) There are two main case binding styles: i) With a printed paper cover pasted down to the Read more