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MY portamascherine
MY portamascherine

Thick cardboard with glossy front/back lamination that allows easy sanitisation of the product. Sanitisation advice The product can be sanitised using alcohol-based detergents in accordance with current regulations.

Milled paperback digital volume

Milled paperback:

It is the most popular method for producing volumes, catalogues that contain a considerable number of pages. The pages, divided into signatures, are first cut by means of a milling cutter and then glued to the rib of the cover. This process allows the glue to penetrate the paper better, giving the book greater strength. Especially suitable for natural papers that have greater porosity, it is a fast, inexpensive and yet strong binding method.

Offset Paperback Volume
Offset Paperback Volume

For high page counts, fast and strong binding. Offset printing for high graphic output.

Digital Stitch Catalogue
Digital Stitch Catalogue

This is a quick and inexpensive type of binding suitable for magazines, pamphlets, brochures of a few pages that do not develop a spine. It is done by grouping all the sheets - minimum 8 sides - by stacking them one on top of the other and then stapling them in the centre with two staples. It should be remembered that the number of pages must be a multiple of 4. The digital printing technique also allows short runs at a lower cost than offset printing. Suitable for printing that does not require high definition.

Catalogue Offset Staple
Catalogue Offset Staple

This is a quick and inexpensive type of binding suitable for magazines, pamphlets, brochures of a few pages that do not develop a spine. It is done by grouping all the sheets - minimum 8 sides - by stacking them one on top of the other and then stapling them in the centre with two staples. Please note that the number of pages must be a multiple of 4.

The offset printing technique guarantees high quality output in detail.