paper edge joining - duplexing - stitching
Posted in the Commercial Printing Forum
#1 Apr 4, 2014
I need to find a way to 'stitch' two pieces of ~90 lb paper along the edge, 1/4" in or so... I want the result to be similar to a low tac 'glue', in that the pages can be separated if needed...
I've considered a stapleless stapler, but the mark and bulk is ugly... surely there's a way to join the paper along the edge without using glue or fasteners...
I to be able to mechanize it and I need it to stay together until it is actually pulled apart.
Any ideas on what such a machine / device / process is called, so I know better how to search for it?
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