When a job is printed it goes to the bindery for finishing ie. trimming, folding, collating, stapling, binding etc.
manufacturing operations performed after the printing process. Bindery operations can include fastening, punching, folding, perforating, trimming, numbering, slitting, counting, and collating.
The department in a printing company which performs finishing operations on a printed product such as cutting, trimming, collating, stitching, folding, etc
The area of a print shop or other company where printed sheets are manipulated into a final format by such processes as folding, stitching, gluing, and guillotining.
Location where comics are assembled, trimmed, stapled and/or glued.
department responsible for binding periodicals between hard covers and repair of items with damaged bindings.
print shop department that does trimming, folding, binding and other finishing task associated to brochures postcards and other documents.
All of the form manufacturing operations which are performed after printing, including: punching, folding, scoring, fastening, trimming, slitting, numbering, foil stamping, and die cutting.
The area or department within a printing plant that handles trimming and binding.
All work with press sheets other than the actual printing: cutting, jogging (the process of handing press sheets for form a neater, more even stack of sheets), collating, folding, and stitching.
The department where the flat printed sheet is transformed into the final format.
the finishing department of the print shop. Fotoprint's bindery department does it all, including cutting, folding, index tabs, booklet making, trimming, counting and tabbing, scoring, perforating, numbering, padding, bundling, collating, drilling, saddle stitching/face trimming, twin loop wire, spiro-plastic coil and perfect binding, stitching, and shrink-wrapping.
The department in a printing company that handles the finishing work done on a printed product such as cutting, trimming, collating, folding, etc.
A process of perforating, folding, trimming and eventually binding a printed piece.
The location where comic books are assembled, trimmed, and stapled and/or glued.
Collating, folding, scoring, perforating, stapling and trimming of paper.
The facility that binds together books, magazines, or pamphlets. "Binding" means wiring with staples; sewing or plasticizing depending on thickness and appearance desired.
Place where final trimming, stitching/stapling, order-form insertion, and any necessary off-press folding is done.
The finishing department of a print shop or firm specializing in finishing printed products.
A book-binding establishment or the section in a printing concern where finishing work such as folding, collating, drilling, padding etc. is done..
A department responsible for collating, folding and trimming various printing projects.
Department in the library responsible for gathering and binding periodicals or dissertations and theses. Binding is done to preserve materials for easier and longer use. Most libraries send out their materials to professional binderies.
Any finishing operation acted upon a printed sheet such as folding, cutting, padding, etc.
additional work to complete the job after the paper is printed. Includes binding, collating, cutting, drilling, folding, packaging, stitching, trimming, tabbing, and wrapping
Various methods of securing together folded sections and/or fastening them to a cover to form single copies of a book.
A production department in a printing plant which uses specialized machinery to cut, fold and bind printed materials using a variety of techniques.
Print shop department or separate business that does trimming, folding, binding, and other finishing tasks.