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Book Binders & Book Printers In Aurora


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Book Binders & Book Printers


Below is a list of businesses which provide Book Binders & Book Printers services. If you do not see your business in the list, you can submit it for addition to this list. Adding your business will feature your listing above Standard listings.
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Business Listing   Allegra Print & Imaging - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 801-9335


Business Listing   Alphagraphics - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 820-2200


Business Listing   Aurora Fastprint Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 896-5980


Business Listing   Bernard Graphics - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 859-1275


Business Listing   Beta Graphics Corporation - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 466-1266


Business Listing   Butler Printing Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 896-2222


Business Listing   Capital Printing & Die Cutting Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 896-5520


Business Listing   Jwreproductions Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 897-3266


Business Listing   Kelmscott Press Incorporated - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 898-0800


Business Listing   Kwik Kopy Printing - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 851-3400


Business Listing   Print Factory - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 859-9631


Business Listing   River Street Press Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 896-8400


Business Listing   Sir Speedy Printing of Aurora - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 897-7888


Business Listing   Transcontinental-Printing - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 264-1140


Business Listing   Valley Instant Printing Inc - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 897-8732


Business Listing   Wintech Imaging - Aurora, IL - Phone: 1 (630) 236-2113


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Helpful Definition for: Book Binders & Book Printers

A person in Aurora who fastens books together and puts covers on them is generally known as a bookbinder. The origination of book binding was in India. In the ancient era the holy sutras were copied with a metallic stylus on the palm leaves which were cut laterally into two pieces. Then the leaf was dried and ink was rubbed in the same. This would create a tint in the space. The completed leaves were named with numbers, and two long strings were threaded through each end through wooden boards. However, from the 5th century onwards the Western books were bound between hard covers, and the pages were prepared from parchment crumpled and stitched with strong cords. These cords were attached to the wooden boards and were protected with leather. Earlier the books were entirely handwritten using handmade tools, hence the sizes and styles varied significantly. As a result, each book was a unique creation. People who live their livelihoods by printing books are known as Book Printers in Aurora. This profession has been now extended to print-press also. Book printing includes hard cover or soft cover books consuming a wide variety of binding categories. Apart from this, publishing software applications or some version of book printing software is often used also.

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