Perfect binding (glued bonded)
With a perfect-bound book, the printed pages are glued together to produce a durable product. Individually folded sheets are placed on top of each other, creating the inside of your book. To ensure that the glue can penetrate deep into the paper fibers, the spine is milled and roughened. Any paper dust that is there, as a result of this process, is removed. This needs to be done before the glue is applied to the outside of the book’s binding (spine of the book) using rollers or nozzles. The cover is then pressed onto the glue that has not yet completely dried. Then the other three sides are trimmed, and the glued printed product is ready. This bookbinding technique is also suitable for books that are not used intensively, such as paperbacks.