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Re: Binding Magazines



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The joys of binding magazines:


1: After binding up last years issues, you discover that this year February
is one inch shorter than January...

2. You discover that January-November are saddle stitched, December is
perfect bound.

3. You finish that roll of bookcloth you have been binding that magazine in
for the last twenty years, and can't find the same colour any more...

4. You give up on finding the November 1996 issue, and bind the year anyway,
you find it two years later...

....
Chris


From: "Larry Novak" <sweetlucybrown@SWEETLUCYBROWN.COM>
> I have a project where I need to bind a number of years' worth of
magazines.
> These are small format (5-1/2 x 8-1/2 inches) and tend to run about 64
pages
> each. Can I just treat each magazine as a signature in a book and bind
them
> that way? Is there anything special I should know about binding them? I
> can't find any information in any of the reference books that I have.
>
> Thanks,
> Larry

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