Perfect Binding

Sandersons are able to assemble every almost type of perfect bound book. A “perfect bound” book is the usual standard for most uses. The pages are glued into position. To improve the quality of a perfect bound book, the pages may also be wired (stapled) or sewn.

Advantages:Disadvantages:
Competitive price Not designed for repetitive use
Quality appearance

Producing a perfect bound book may involve some or all of the following processes:-

ActivitySimple Description
FoldingFolding paper of all sizes from A2, including multiple folds
CuttingSizing paper and finished books
CollatingAssembling pages in order
FoldingFolding paper of all sizes from A2, including multiple folds
Optional:-
WiringApplication of a wire or "Staple" to hold pages together.
SewingInsertion of thread to hold pages together

Typical Order Sizes

From 100 to 20,000, although larger runs are occassionally undertaken and repeat orders are common.