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  • Looking for a high-end bindery

    I'm an art director researching binderies to produce a high-end leather bound 20-page marketing book. Any suggestions or leads?
    Thanks!

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    Re: Looking for a high-end bindery

    What area, and would they need to be local to you?

    I know we use a few that produce hand-pieced work, but they're trade only as well.

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    • #3
      Re: Looking for a high-end bindery

      Try OSP I heard they do TERRIFIC work!

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        Re: Looking for a high-end bindery

        Finish Line Binderies has a lot of examples of different types of books, binding ideas and production tips. Go to their Idea Center for examples: [http://www.finishlinebinderies.com/ideacenter.htm]

        Edited by: Guy Hanford on Sep 28, 2007 9:41 PM

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          Re: Looking for a high-end bindery

          For a "high-end" bindery be sure to check out Bindagraphics. They specialize in more services under one roof and

          offer the most informative post-press finishing website with monthly featured items, newsletters, graphic arts industry

          glossary, and a online presentation of the largest selection of post-press finishing techniques.



          www.bindagraphics.com

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          • #6
            Re: Looking for a high-end bindery

            Where are you located.
            What sort of Run[s] are you questioning about?

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