Smyth sewing is a method of book binding where printed papers are folded and grouped into sections referred to as signatures, and each signature is bound using binding threads. These sewn signatures are then stacked together and the sewn signatures are then bound together with thread to form a complete book block.
This is obviously the highest quality of book binding and finishing available and requires master binders at work.
The minimum print run for sewn bound books is 200+ books.
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