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Links 1 through 10 of 39 by Brian Sawyer tagged bookbinding

A very common method of binding is the ‘perfect binding.’ You stack together your pages and then glue them along the spine edge with a very strong and flexible glue.

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The investigation and production of archaic Japanese bookforms has brought me a greal deal of pleasure over the years, and I would like to share some of this with you.

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I've gotten a few emails from people asking where i get my supplies and resources for bookbinding. So in this post i've compiled a list of places where the eager to learn book binder can get some answers and save some money.

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The method I developed and describe here, is completely my own and not traditional at all. It works best for binding magazines that consist of single (or multiple) signatures.

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Here’s a roundup of the top 20 links I’ve collected in del.icio.us so far.

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This forum is dedicated to all forms of bookbinding and book arts

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Welcome to my Book Arts site. Please feel free check out the information pages and tutorials.

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An amazingly detailed bookbuilding resource (via <a href="http://www.craftzine.com/blog/archive/2007/02/diy_book_press.html?CMP=OTC-5JF307375954">Craftzine</a>)

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The best, most detailed online bookbinding tutorial I've seen (including, of course, my own).

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This is a flatbed scanner that was built into a custom fabricated
leather-bound tome.

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