Integral binding

Integral binding shares most of the production processes with hardcover binding, except that integral binding has a softcover. Integral binding also has endpapers, decorative headbands, and a ribbon marker.


Softcover binding

A softcover book, also known as a paperback, is more pliable, flexible, and lightweight than a hardcover book. At Abografika, we perform perfect binding or saddle stitching binding for softcover books, with or without flaps.


Spiral binding

  A spiral bound catalog can be quickly and easily folded 360 degrees. The cover of spiral binding can be hard or soft. The hardcover is made of cardboard and additional coated material, while the softcover is made of slightly thicker paper.


Hardcover binding

Books that are hardcover bound are considered to be of high quality. The covers of hardcover books are made of cardboard that is 2mm, 2.5mm, or 3mm thick, making them stiff and slightly heavier than other types of bindings. The spine can be flat or rounded. The book may include a decorative band and a ribbon bookmark.