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Schmidkonz; Peter
Nittenau, DE
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Patent Number Title Of Patent Date Issued
7842150 Adhesive binding method and device for carrying out this method November 30, 2010
In order to produce an adhesive binding for bookbinding, in which the sheets, in letter paper format, are perforated on the folding edge, folded, provided with adhesive on the folding edge and assembled to form a book block, the perforating process is carried out on the folding edge
7407355 Method and device for automatically binding book blocks by machine in a working cycle August 5, 2008
This invention relates to a method and a device for automatically binding book blocks by machine. In a working cycle, the book blocks are conveyed on a conveyor device in an upright manner through the individual processing stations. In a fanning gluing binding station (2), adhesive is

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