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Number: 412/27
Name: Bookbinding: process and apparatus > Apparatus > Book working apparatus > Reinforcement applying means > Lining or crash applying means
Description: Apparatus specifically adapted to apply lining(*) or crash(*) to the back(*) of the book(*).










Patents under this class:

Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
6024524 Method of manufacturing book blocks from various printed sheets having several quarto sheets which are inserted into one another Feb. 15, 2000
6000894 Bookbinding apparatus Dec. 14, 1999
5478431 Machine for automatically forming hard folders for bindery Dec. 26, 1995
5261769 Book binding apparatus and method Nov. 16, 1993
4580937 Apparatus for back stripping stacks of paper sheets or the like Apr. 8, 1986
4299410 Soft-cover paperback book and a method of manufacturing such a book Nov. 10, 1981
4281854 Integrated book lining Aug. 4, 1981
4187571 Manually movable binding apparatus Feb. 12, 1980
4187572 Method for making integrated book lining Feb. 12, 1980
4166300 Apparatus for making integrated book lining Sep. 4, 1979
4151037 Device for applying binding strips to the backs of layers of paper Apr. 24, 1979
4014732 Device for drying and setting the adhesive on backs of books Mar. 29, 1977











 
 
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