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Welbound to focus on solutions for adhesive binding at Pamex 2011

Welbound Worldwide, the manufacturer of post-press equipment will showcase unique solutions for adhesive binding which comprises of hotmelts, water-based and PUR and saddle stitching at Pamex stall from 1-4 November at Pragati Maidan in New Delhi.

Why PUR almost failed and how books are being perfectly produced by binders states Tony Clark

PUR has arrived in India. Tony Clark, the bookbinding guru describes the journey of adhesives

New Electro Mec perfect binder at Ipex South Asia

Electro Mec, launched a new six-clamp perfect binder in its Diamond series.

Pragati Offset to do book binding with PUR hotmelt

Hyderabad-based Pragati Offset has opted for PUR (polyurethene reactive) over standard hot melt adhesives for binding hard and soft cover books. The PUR system at Pragati is a Robatech MOD4 installed on a Kolbus binding line.

Welbound finishing school completes placement of first batch of students

Indian post-press player Welbound India has completed placement of the first batch of students from their 'Finishing school' established in Trivandrum, within the company's manufacturing campus.

Aurangabad-based Printwell picks up a second Welbound binding kit

Printwell opted for its second WB 2000, catering to the increased demand in educational book printing.

At a glance: Chaman Offset

Sudhanva Deshpande of LeftWord Books recalls his association with Chaman Offset, on of the old binders which still plays a key role for publishing houses in Delhi.

At a glance: HT Burda plant at Greater Nodia

The HT Burda plant at Greater Noida is perhaps one of the first rotogravure printing facilities in India.

PrintPack: Welbound Worldwide demonstrates India's first high-speed PUR perfect binder

Welbound Worldwide, for the first time in India, demonstrated a high-speed PUR perfect binder during PrintPack India 2011.

India: Book laboratory of the world

The Indian print industry will be $21 billion in 2011, a growth of 73%. This along with $8 billion per annum budgetary support for education will boost the book market.

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