Have you ever gotten confused between Tape and Perfect Binding? This article will help you determine which of these two binding methods is the right choice for your application.
First developed in the 1920s, perfect binding is just about the most popular binding method for softcover books, including paperbacks, some magazines (like National Geographic), owner manuals, catalogues and photobooks. They’re also popular for binding hardcover books and making custom tear-off writing pads too.
A standard piece of equipment in most professional print and bindery shops, today’s perfect binding machines make it possible for in-house and on-demand printers to take advantage of the benefits of perfect binding too. These include its relatively low-cost, ease of operation, high-capacity and uncomplicated binding process that minimizes problems.
Southwest Business Products offers a full range of perfect binding machines suitable for businesses who want the convenience and versatility of perfect binding at their finger tips, and professional print shops who need to offer their customers state-of-the-art features, capacity and speed.
Without further ado, here’s a quick look at the perfect binding machines you can find at Southwest Business.