Definition of Bookbinding. Meaning of Bookbinding. Synonyms of Bookbinding

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Definition of Bookbinding

Bookbinding
Bookbinding Book"bind`ing, n. The art, process, or business of binding books.

Meaning of Bookbinding from wikipedia

- Bookbinding is the process of physically ****embling a book of codex format from an ordered stack of paper sheets that are folded together into sections...
- In bookbinding, swell refers to the increased thickness of a textblock along its spine edge after sewing. Swell is a function of the number of sections...
- In bookbinding, a section, gathering, or signature is a group of sheets folded in half, to be worked into the binding as a unit. The section is the basic...
- In bookbinding, finishing refers to the process of decorating the outside of a book, including the lettering of the spine and covers, any additional tooling...
- jewelled bookbinding is a luxurious book cover using metalwork in gold or silver, jewels, or ivory, perhaps in addition to more usual bookbinding material...
- Traditional Chinese bookbinding, also called stitched binding (Chinese: xian zhuang), is the method of bookbinding that the Chinese, Koreans, ****anese...
- Bokhara is, according to the Oxford English Dictionary, uncertain. In bookbinding, buckram has several attractive qualities. In addition to being highly...
- the pages and securing one set of edges in a form analogous to modern bookbinding by a variety of methods over the centuries. Modern books are divided...
- alcohol, and pigment, embossed to look like leather. It was used as a bookbinding material and upholstery covering, especially for the interiors of motor...
- Coptic binding or Coptic sewing comprises methods of bookbinding emplo**** by early Christians in Egypt, the Copts, and used from as early as the 2nd century...