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This Month's Topic:
March 2009: It’s March: Time to Plan Yearbooks!

Previous Issues:
February 2009: Spotlight on a Pease Bindery Specialty Project – Missale Romanum
January 2009: Five Benefits of Outsourcing Post Press Work
December 2008: Pease Gives Back to the Environment
October 2008: Maximum and Minimum Guidelines for Bookbinding at Pease
September 2008: It's Not To Early to Start Planning for Year-End Projects
August 2008: Turned-Edge Binders: First Impressions … and Beyond
July 2008: Concealed Wire-O™ Books: A Marriage of Strength and Beauty
June 2008: End Sheets Hold Books Together
May 2008: Signature Layouts Hold the Key to Binding Success
April 2008: Want the Look of Leather Without Paying the Price? Consider Leatherette
March 2008: Case Binding Helps Make Directories Built to Last
February 2008: Yearbooks Are Special Projects Handled With Care
January 2008: Finishing is All About the Details: Get Text on Book Spines Right
December 2007: Spotlight on a Pease Bindery Special Yearbook Project
November 2007: Beautiful Smyth Sewn Products Are Manufactured to Last
October 2007:  Speak Volumes with Cloth Book Covers
September 2007:  Lamination Adds Durability as Well as an Attractive Appearance for Book Covers that Last
August 2007:  Case Bound Directories Are Durable & User-Friendly
July 2007:  Spotlight on a Pease Bindery Specialty Bound Project
June 2007:  Adhesive Case Binding An Alternative to Sewing
May 2007:  Calculating Overs for Book Applications
April 2007:  Pease Answers Three Hardcover Binding Questions
March 2007:  Printed Paper Cover Wraps
February 2007:  Create a Custom Certificate Holder
January 2007:  Planning a Children’s Book
December 2006:  Planning a Thin or Thick Book
November 2006:  Planning a Split Binding Project
October 2006:  Accounting for Paper Grain
September 2006:  Proper Packing is in the Details
August 2006:  All About Endsheets
July 2006:  Signature and Cover Layout Recommendations
June 2006:  Pease Provides Answers to Three Common Binding Questions
May 2006:  Decorate it with Foil Stamping and Debossing
April 2006:  Smyth Sewing: All About Strength
March 2006:  Avoid (Un)Sticky Situations with Inks, Coatings and Adhesives
February 2006:  It's Yearbook Planning Season!
January 2006:  Keys to Problem-free Production
December 2005:  Turned Edge Ring Binders
November 2005:  Book Cloth Cover Wraps
October 2005:  Adhesive Case Binding A sturdy, affordable hardcover option
September 2005:  Leather Cover Planning
August 2005:  The Advantages of Directory Case Binding
June 2005:  Don't Cut Corners When it Comes to Quality
May 2005:  Problem-Free Shipping
April 2005:  Estimates: The First Postpress Process
March 2005:  This Month's Topic: Turned Edge and What You Should Know
February 2005:  This Month's Topic: Cover Material Options


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