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Re: [BKARTS] On NPR - book-binding machine that makes it cheap and easy to print professional-quality books within minutes.



The system works well enough; but is as slow as maple syrup on
a cold day in Vermont. It is best suited to the "on-demand"
publishing marketplace where quick turn around for single copy
requirements is necessary. It could also be used for covering
rebound books, or making a limited number of hardbound copies
of a book that is perfect bound for distribution. It is not a
production case bibnding machine and has no facility to make
book cases.

MayKitten
--- Michelle Venditelli <Michelle_Venditelli@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Peter,
> I was just looking at the site this morning and was going to
> ask the list
> if there was any first hand experience with it.
> Anybody?
>
> Michelle Venditelli
> Bindery Manager
> Brown University Libraries
>
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