I need to produce a pile of program handouts, I'd originally thought I'd do them in ring binders, but I have to travel cross country and can't carry them. I then thought I'd try comb bound handouts (thinnish plastic back and acetate front).. the problem is there's no tables at the venue so it would be hard for people to take notes on them. Could do clipboards.. (but carrying difficult) and getting the handouts sent prior to the place would make me anxious/might not be a goer.
So.. I think I need something like a thinnish comb bound handout with a cardboard back so people can lean on it to take notes. Problem is.. comb binding doesn't go through cardboard.
Any suggestions would be appreciated. I'm in the UK.
posted by tanktop
on Feb 12, 2014 -
Can you put books with soft leather bindings on the bookshelf like other books? [more inside]
posted by Paquda
on Jul 22, 2012 -
To what extent are US Circuit Court of Appeals decisions binding on District Courts in other Circuits where there is no authority in that Circuit? [more inside]
posted by KRS
on Aug 31, 2011 -
For a three month dating "anniversary" I'd like to create a bound book of all the text messages my girlfriend and I have sent back and forth. [more inside]
posted by talkingmuffin
on Mar 3, 2011 -
What's the easiest, cheapest, and most durable DIY way to rebind the edges of a semi-circle shaped rug? [more inside]
posted by Knicke
on Mar 2, 2011 -
How do I mount cross-country ski bindings? I'm a technically adept individual with the appropriate tools, but info (beyond "take it to the shop and let a pro do it!) is seemingly hard to find online... [more inside]
posted by c0nsumer
on Feb 16, 2010 -
Do you know a good printer in NYC who will be willing to do super-tiny runs (say, 5 issues) of digital printing and binding of books? [more inside]
posted by suedehead
on Nov 28, 2009 -
If a country in the European Union becomes involved in a major military conflict (politi-speak for big war), would it drag the other nations into it like other binding agreements in European past? [more inside]
posted by Alec Loudenback
on Apr 15, 2009 -
How do I operate early 90's vintage Salomon Automatic2 cross country/nordic ski bindings? Where can I find pictures/instructions on this binding? Can these bindings be adjusted or repaired? They're the original SNS standard and I still have the boots.
posted by Dreidl
on Jan 2, 2009 -
Do the blank pages at the beginning and end of a book have a name?
posted by ryanissuper
on Nov 29, 2008 -
What makes a U.S congressional bill non-binding? Is there a way to tell from the text of the bill itself? [more inside]
posted by metadave
on Jun 23, 2008 -
Recommend a binding machine you're familiar with for thermal/perfect binding. [more inside]
posted by cashman
on Dec 7, 2007 -
I'm looking to cut down a 1000+ page textbook into more manageable and portable chunks. Best practices? What should I watch out for? Most importantly - how do I keep the separated pieces from falling apart? [more inside]
posted by Xere
on May 9, 2007 -
I've got a 500 page book that I've been putting together and are wondering what is the best solution to print and bind in 5.5 x 8.5 inch size? [more inside]
posted by beammeup4
on Apr 12, 2006 -
Why exactly did the practice of footbinding begin? I know when it began and somewhat how it started, but why were people so eager to do it in the first place and who made it into a standard of beauty?
posted by cynthia_rose
on Mar 20, 2006 -
Electronic Signatures: Is a html web form with a checkbox and associated text a valid electronic signature? [more inside]
posted by jba
on Nov 16, 2005 -
: I greatly enjoyed reading this edition of Tolkien's Lord of the Rings.
Some of the enjoyment was doubtless due to Tolkien's deathless prose, but I was surprised to find myself also enjoying handling, looking at, poring over a really beautifully crafted edition, with careful binding, stuck-together pages, a little built-in bookmark, etc.
Can anyone suggest other books I might like for these same reasons? Genre's not important; I'm a cheerful omnilege.
posted by ikkyu2
on Jan 23, 2005 -
Is it possible to get a large (1000+ pages) book rebound without spending a bajillion dollars? One of the covers on a reference book got really badly damaged, and I'd like to repair it (or have it repaired) without spending more than $20 or so. I don't care overly much about how it looks, as long as it, you know, covers.
posted by LittleMissCranky
on Aug 21, 2004 -
Does anyone know of any book binding machines that will sew pages together?
Most simple binding devices used in offices use thermal adhesive or ring binding. I’m looking for something more serious that will sew books together in the manner of traditional bound textbooks and hardcovers. It doesn’t have to be small, but neither can I deal with any giant factory equipment. Something the size of a large office photocopier would be ideal. Does such a device exist?
posted by Meridian
on Jul 21, 2004 -