Bindery is an important step in print production that requires extra delicate care. Here are some of the steps involved in the bindery process:
Trimming: Cutting off any excess material from the edges of the printed sheets to achieve a uniform size.
Scoring: Making a crease along a specific area of the paper to make it easier to fold.
Folding: Bending the paper along the scored line to create a specific shape or size.
Die cutting: Using a custom-shaped die to cut out specific shapes from the printed material.
Mounting: Attaching one printed sheet to another or to a backing board for added durability.
Embossing / Debossing: Creating a raised or depressed design on the surface of the paper to add texture or depth.
Saddle-stitching: Stapling the folded pages together along the spine to create a booklet or magazine.
Gluing: Attaching two or more pieces of material together using a special adhesive.
These are just some of the many steps involved in the bindery process. It is important to pay close attention to these details to ensure that the final product looks and functions as intended. At Jukebox Print, we have the expertise and equipment necessary to handle all aspects of the bindery process and produce high-quality print products for our clients.