Here are two examples of customer-driven innovation that happens at iBookBinding. Tools that are assembled like a puzzle aren't something new for us. This happens because our printers aren't large enough. But this time we went even further.
Last time I wrote something about 3d-printing bookbinding tools it was about corner cutting jigs, I’ve made for my bookbinding class with kids. And they’ve been on demand at my Etsy store since the publication. Today I’d like to share my experience with another sort of tools I’ve started printing recently.
Spine rounding tools are used to… round spines of covers when one is making case bound books. Alternatively, they may be used to form a rounded spine of a book block. Continue reading →