Case Wrapped hardcover books can be covered in a range of durable materials. What I’m featuring this week is faux (polyurethane) leather covers that are stitched around the edges.
Unlike simple binding techniques such as perfect binding or saddle stitching, case binding demands a meticulous and multi-step production process. There are also many more finishing processes to elevate a hardcover book. We can apply stitching around the book covers and also “add” the hubbed spine effect seen on antique books.
As a printer, when you seek to impress with a fully printed cover, lithowrap rises as the top choice. But our adaptability when using faux leather allows for more – consider the option of a tip-in image on the front and back covers. We simply apply a shallow emboss in the shape of the printed artwork and then glue the sheet in place.
Our state-of-the-art case making machinery, paired with the craftsmanship of our experienced bookmakers, ensures that every book is worthy of any library.
For printers who strive to mark impressions, our faux leather-covered hardcover books redefine expectations. Contact us for a quote and transform the ordinary into the extraordinary.