A tradition of excellence
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
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  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
  • Multi Bookbinding - Case binding | Multi-Reliure - Reliure caisse
Multi Bookbinding - A tradition of excellence

Case binding

At Multi Bookbinding, our expertise in case binding (also known as hardback binding) is our trademark service. Our customers have associated this type of binding with our business for over 25 years. We have put a lot of energy and resources into developing this niche market for our company. Multi Bookbinding is the principal case binder across North America.

Multi Bookbinding specializes in this type of binding, generally used for high-end books, such as yearbooks and scholarly works:

  • Case binding produces a book identified by its hard covers, which are slightly larger than the actual book block (pages).
  • Case binding can use leather or cloth for the covers, resulting in a vast range of colors and textures offered.
  • Case binding allows for a wide range of options to add value to a bound book. The most common add-ons are headbands & tail bands, stamping and dust jackets.

Technical Standards:
The boards used for the front and back covers can vary from 50 – 100 points. The spine of the book can either have a board (known as square back) or no board (known as round back). Normally, one should use the round back format on spines wider than 0.75″.
Equipment:

At Multi Bookbinding, we use specialized precise equipment to ensure optimal quality at speeds of up to 2,000 volumes per hour. We have been able to successfully tailor our work methods to the industry’s average run, which has rapidly changed over the course of the last few years and is now stable at 1,250 copies.

Multi Bookbinding has also developed a work method focused on the quality of the finished product, beginning with the training of our staff and the rigorous maintenance of our equipment. Our success is the result of joint teamwork.

Dutch Binding:

Dutch binding is very widespread type of binding used in Europe. It has all of the characteristics of a standard case bound book but with a soft cover of 12 points. This specialized construction results in a flexible product for the benefit of the end-users… for example, it is an ideal format for travel guides.

At Multi Bookbinding, we have solutions for your needs.
Contact our advisors and estimators for further information. We can direct you to the specific production method to meet even your most sophisticated needs. Your challenges are our drive and our passion. A visit to our facilities will convince you of our ability and our capacity to respond to your highest needs!

Features icon_avantages

  • Durable
  • Ability to bind thick documents (up to 3.125″)
  • Adds prestige to a book
  • Ideal for textbooks and yearbooks

Equipment icon_outils

Kolbus BF 526

  • Pre-heat channel for round back
  • Speed of 3,600 volumes / hour
  • 6 pressing units
  • Automatic application of head & tail bands
  • Thickness detector

Kolbus DA 240 Chronos

  • Maximum size of 26.25 x 16″
  • Speed of 2,400 covers / hour
  • Inline cutting of spines to achieve precise square backs
  • Precisely registered gluing application
  • Board thickness from 45 to 130 points

Kolbus PE and Platen MG

  • Direct debossing on 90 pt board, obtaining more depth
  • 1 or 2 color stamping
  • Combined stamping & debossing

Kolbus SU

  • Automatic application of dust jackets

Muller Martini Inventa Plus

  • 2 sewing lines
  • Speed of 3,000 sections / hour
  • Signature detection cameras