Bookbinding and Its Auxiliary Branches: Punching, crimping, cycletting, pamphlet and quarter binding

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The Inland printer company, 1915 - Bookbinding

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Page 3 - ... PRESSMEN. In laying out or imposing plate forms, care should be taken on margins, guide marks, folding points, and the proper position of the signature page as far as it relates to the fold. On a thirty-two page, the signature page of the first sixteen should be in the lower left-hand corner next to grippers ; the signature page of the other sixteen in the lower left-hand space on the third row. The folding points should be in the fold margin nearest the center on the left side, and centered...
Page 3 - ... the guide when fed in. If there is any variation in the trim of the sheet, it will be overcome by making guides and guide marks hit the sheet at the same point. The guide mark being close to the gripper indicates at once to the boxer, the folding-machine operator, or the cutter which edges of the printed sheet are to be used in making his calculations for properly forwarding the work.
Page iii - BOOKBINDING AND ITS AUXILIARY BRANCHES (in four parts). By John J. Pleger.
Page 6 - Cloth used for making covers or cases for books. It is made in many different grades and patterns (see also Cloths).
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