Paperback or softcover
This type of bookbinding has two types of varieties: milled and oversewn. Milling is the process in which the pages, once in order are milled at the spine and are glued so that in block are later bound to the cover.
If instead of loose pages they are sewn after gluing its spine and gluing them to the cover, we would be referring to oversewn.
Hardcover or hardbound
Method of bookbinding with the sewn or milled pages with covers lined with cloth, paper, leather or artificial leather. Its durability and resistance are superior to paperback bookbinding.
Bookbinding with stitches whose sewing can be lateral, in case of loose pages, or to the spine for folds.
Dynamic solution for catalogues, magazines and pamphlets. In addition to the conventional staple there is omega staple (Ω) that allows filing the element in a folder.
Spiral and Wire-o
Bookbinding through a spiral or a double spiral (wire-o) located at the margin of the spine.
Among its features there is the fact that it allows opening completely the pages and it is recommended for pieces used a lot that will not give up their aesthetic value.