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The Production Of Full Colour Case Bound Book (Download Project)

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ABSTRACT

The production of full color case bound book cuts across the various sections of printing (the pre press, the press and the post press sections). Pre press: The design/planning was done on the computer using a software application package (Corel draw). The designed images were then output on a line film only by the image setter of the color separation and scanner on an A3 size film. We thereafter proceeded to lay the film on the master substrate (Plates) and exposures were made, developed, and preserved the plates. Press: 

 

The printing was done on the Kord 64 Printing machine. Post Press: The ruled sheets were folded into sections to form the book blocks. The sections were gathered, sewn, glued and end and fore sheets attached and trimmed. The case was prepared using the printed sheets and strawboard. The book block was finally cased- in which gave a complete case bound book.

TABLE OF CONTENT

Title page

Certification page

Dedication

Acknowledgement

Abstract

Table of content

Chapter One

1.0     Introduction

1.1     Background of the study

1.2     Aims and Objectives of the study

1.3     Limitation

1.4     Definition of terms

Chapter Two

2.0     Theoretical frame work

2.1     Planning

2.2     Image generating

2.3     Plate making

2.4     Press section

2.5     Dampening unit

2.6     Inking unit

2.7     Printing unit

2.7.1  Plate cylinder

2.7.2  Blanket cylinder

2.7.3  Impression cylinder

2.8     Feed and delivery unit

2.9     Pre-make ready and make ready

2.10   Printing on offset press

2.11   Post press section

2.11.1 Folding

2.11.2 Gathering

2.11.3 Collating

2.11.4  Sewing

2.11.5  Gluing the spine

2.11.6  End paper

2.11.7 Trimming

2.11.8 Rounding

2.11.9 Case making

2.12   Casing In

Chapter Three

3.0     Methodology

3.1     List of section involved in the project

3.2     List of materials, tools and equipment

3.3     Procedure

Chapter Four

4.0     Summary, conclusion and recommendation

4.1     Summary

4.2     Conclusion

4.3     Recommendation

References

CHAPTER ONE

            1.0     INTRODUCTION

Book binding in general is simply regarded as any activity carried out on printed or unprinted sheets of paper and converted into books, catalogues, magazines, brochures, and pamphlets using thread, wire, and glue/ adhesives to convert sheets of papers into books.

Different types of binding given to a book is, determined by certain factors like: durability, cost, urgency and even customers demand.

Case binding can be done manually or mechanically. Manual method can be described as binding that can be done by hand with the aid of simple appliances; but large edition books are bound at an incredible speed by the aid of machinery.

There are various types of book binding designed to suit specific purpose; these types can be grouped under three (3) distinct branches of book binding carried out in the binding section. They include:-

(A)Letterpress case binding.

–         External letter press binding

–         Library binding

–         Publishers binding

(B) Stationary case binding

–         Account book binding

–         Extract accounting book bind

–         Exercise book

In edition case binding, the cover (case) is prepared separately from the sections of the book after which it is attached to the sections using end paper.

Letter press is the name given to the styles of binding for reading book.

Examples of  letterpress binding are : Library style and Extra letterpress –binding, stationary binding also include the binding of  manifold and duplicate books, receipt booklets, cheque books, memoranda and loose-leafs books. Other types of binding that could also be identified under stationary binding are:-

Ø Accounts book binding

Ø Flush leaf binding

Ø Loose leaf binding

          1.1 BACKGROUND OF THE STUDY

The purpose of this study in printing is to enlighten people that, apart from binding cloth and leather, other printed material can be used to produce the cover of a case bound book.

In other words, like every aspect of human endeavor, the print industry constantly experience changes because of rapid change in technology experienced today. This project on full color case binding will stand as a guide to those that will like to do a project like this.

Furthermore, some book binders usually use binding cloth and leather to produce their book cover. It will enable them to have more practical knowledge of how printed materials is used for book cover and to those that intend to take up book binding as a career.

          1.2 AIMS AND OBJECTIVES OF THE STUDY

The main aim and objectives of this study is to enable us to have more practical knowledge of how books are being bound. And to learn how they can be protected from sunlight or any weather condition that it has achieved effects on books.

Ø To project the practice of using printed cards as cover material for binding books.

Ø To afford us the experience of using printed paper or card as cover material.

          

          1.3 LIMITATION

The study is to cover full only the full color case binding

          1.4 DEFINITION OF TERMS

Book: Completely assembled and bound printed sheets, which constitute finished product.

Book Binding: Collection of single sheets folded and gathered sections held together by sewing.

 

            Substrate: The material on which images are printed.

Spine
: This is the back of the book where the sections of books are been sewn and glued together.

Print Down Frame/Plate Maker: A machine with light source used to expose films unto the plate.

Gum Arabic:  Gum obtained from acacia trees, used in preserving plates to avoid oxidation.

Film:   Is a photographic emulsion, coated on a flexible transparent base.

Impression: The pressure of plates in contact with paper at the moment of printing.

Book Cover Design: These are various ways in which book cover are made presentable, pleasing and attractive for sales, personal use or other purposes.

Sewing: This is the fastening together of the collated signatures by thread or pins.

Gathering: This is the collection and arranging of folded signatures in sequence from the first to the last signature to make collating easy.

Collating: This is the picking of the signatures and brought sequentially one after the other.

Lamination: This is a clear plastic film bonded to a printed piece for good appearance and protective purposes.

Mull (Super): This is a coarse reinforcing cloth which is glued to bound edge (spine) of books to add strength.

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