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Fox Group handles all of your print finishing needs so that you can be confident in the quality and appeal of your product. Drawing upon decades of experience, we work directly with you throughout the entire finishing process to guarantee your satisfaction. When you need to stand out from the crowd, let our specialty solutions provide you with the tools necessary to take on your most challenging and ambitious projects.

Fox Group handles all of your print finishing needs so that you can be confident in the quality and appeal of your product. Drawing upon decades of experience, we work directly with you throughout the entire finishing process to guarantee your satisfaction. When you need to stand out from the crowd, let our specialty solutions provide you with the tools necessary to take on your most challenging and ambitious projects.

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              When putting together a book, there are different ways to bind the pages together and also bind those pages to a cover. Perfect binding is one method that involves collating signatures, which then have a cover placed on them using an automated gluer. Perfect binding is used predominantly when a book is too thick to be bound via saddle stitching, or if a client is looking for a sleeker finish.           It all starts with the printed sheets that can either be cut into single leaves or folded into signatures. These sheets or signatures are collated into a single stack, unlike saddle stitching which...

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  • What are the Differences Between PUR and EVA

                For decades, the only gluing option in perfect binding was EVA (Ethylene Vinyl Acetate). But in the 1990s a new hot melt adhesive known as PUR (Polyurethane Reactive) became the preferred gluing solution. This strong bonding adhesive displays many distinct advantages over EVA, and when the two are compared, you can see why binders believe PUR is simply better.             Though both are, by definition, hot melt adhesives, PUR requires much less heat for application: 120° C versus EVA’s 170° C requirement. Besides needing more heat, EVA also requires a thicker application to ensure proper adhesion....

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