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Re: [BKARTS] tippins?



You tip in a sheet of paper, or even a signature, by running a narrow
line of adhesive ( 1/8" usually) along the spine edge of the sheet and
adhering it to another sheet or signature's spine edge. If it's sewn on,
as mentioned below, it isn't tipped. (In my opinion!)

Lavinia

On Tue, 31 Mar 2009 18:31:25 -0400 R John Miller
<R_John_Miller@xxxxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Earl, 
> 
> To Tip - in means to take a single page, loose that is, and to 
> fasten it
> somehow to the signature of a book.  This is most often done with 
> plates and
> tissue paper and is accomplished by using guards, little 1/4" strips 
> of
> paper either glued or sewn (a la Keith Smith, whose non-adhesive 
> methods I
> adore.) And good book on Bookbinding will show you what it means to 
> tip-in.

                                    
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