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  • Case in  + (en:The process of creating a case binding by securing the text block and attached endpapers into a case that was produced as a separate operation, lettered and (especially in edition binding) sometimes decorated.)
  • Beating  + (en:The process of flattening and consolidating the leaves or gatherings of a printed book before sewing by beating them with a heavy hammer.)
  • Stitching (techniques)  + (nb:hefteteknikk som utføres langsetter og fra utsiden av ryggen på bokblokken)
  • Rounding  + (en:The process of molding the spine of a text block into an arc of approximately one-third of a circle, which in the process produces the characteristic concave fore edge of the book.)
  • Pulling  + (en:The process of reducing a bound book to individual sections or loose leaves.)
  • Backing  + (en:The process of shaping a ridge or [[shoulder]]en:The process of shaping a ridge or [[shoulder]] on each side of the spine of a text block prior to the application of the [[spine lining]] material. The backs of the sewn sections or leaves are bent over from the center to the left and right until shoulders are formed against which the boards will fit. formed against which the boards will fit.)
  • Paring  + (en:The process of thinning leather by cutting away the flesh side, or shaving the edges, i.e., beveling the edges that are to be turned in.)
  • Forwarding  + (en:The processes or steps involved in binding a book up to the point at which it is ready to be decorated. This will normally be thought to include sewing and covering, though some definitions of forwarding exclude either one or the other or both.)
  • Binding  + (en:The structures and, if present, the covers used to hold together and protect the leaves of a bookblock and which allow them to be opened at the fore-edge.)
  • Finishing  + (en:The term finishing includes all the decen:The term finishing includes all the decorated processes that follow the process of forwarding the binding, and include polishing, lettering and decorating the covering material both on the inside and the outside of the covers, the pastedowns and endleaves and sometimes the edges of the book. It also includes inlaying, onlaying, varnishing, staining and otherwise decorating and/or protecting the finished bookbinding. The materials that were decorated before they were used to cover the book (i.e. embossing) and the finishing of adhesive and lace-attached covers will be done off the book and therefore before the final stage of the forwarding process. Individual finishing techniques will be found under decorating techniques, surface coating techniques and identification techniques. techniques and identification techniques.)
  • Finishing tools  + (en:The tools most often of copper alloy, sen:The tools most often of copper alloy, sometimes of iron or steel with engraved or cast designs that were used to impress those designs into the covering materials of books. Finishing tools could be used in the hand (handle tools) or in presses (blocks, panel stamps).ols) or in presses (blocks, panel stamps).)
  • Blank leaves  + (en:The unprinted leaves at the front and back of a book. They may be an integral part of the book as received from the publisher...or they may be added by the bookbinder. They are not necessarily part of the endpapers)
  • Hand tools  + (en:Finishing tools fitted with wooden handles and impressed by hand as opposed to blocks, panels, etc. which have to be used in presses. Hand tools will therefore include small hand tools, hand letters, rolls, fillets and pallets.)
  • Binder's board  + (en:The wood, pasted paper, single- or multiple-ply sheets, or other base stock, for the covers of any bound or cased book, i.e., any book in hard covers.)
  • Cover  + (en:There are two types of cover which may en:There are two types of cover which may typically be found on a book, primary and secondary. The primary cover is the material that constitutes the immediate covering of the completed binding, but not including additional, secondary, covers such as chemises or decorated paper over a plain primary cover. For inboard bindings, the primary covering material is used to cover the boards and spine, either completely, as in full bindings, or partially, as in half and quarter bindings. In all case bindings, and bindings with external sewing supports and longstitch bindings, the case itself may also be the covering material, and thus serve a dual function as both primary covering (which therefore may be given a secondary, decorated cover) and structural component. A secondary cover can be added in addition to a primary cover (but cannot be a secondary cover unless there is a primary cover already in place), either as protection or further embellishment of the book. In the latter case they are often made from decorated materials (most often textile or paper), but purely protective secondary covers can be made made from plain materials such as tanned or alum-tawed skins or paper, or recycled paper or parchment. They may be contemporary with and part of a complete binding, or may have been added afterwards (sometimes many years afterwards) to suit the taste and needs of a later owner. Many bindings with primary covers in parchment also have a lining of white paper under the parchment, intended both to brighten the parchment and make it opaque and also to soften the parchment with the moisture from the adhesive used to stick together so that it could be moulded around the book. Such linings on Dutch laced-case bindings with boards were adhered to the fleshside of the parchment before the book was covered, and could not be described as primary covers, but linings on Dutch inboard bindings of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries were usually adhered to the book before the parchment was adhered around it. Such lining could therefore be thought of as primary covers, but their intended use as a lining and the fact that they would never have been left as covers in themselves means that they should always be thought of as a lining of the primary cover and not as an actual primary cover. Some bindings with embroidered covers may have similar linings.broidered covers may have similar linings.)
  • Tying-up boards  + (en:Thin, sturdy boards with right-angle projections, used to protect the sides and fore edges of the leather of a book during [[tying up]])
  • Features  + (en:This class comprises identifiable features that are physically attached in an integral way to particular physical objects.)
  • Pieced  + (en:Where a piece of material, such as a coen:Where a piece of material, such as a cover, board or endleaf, which is not large enough for its purpose has been filled in with a separate piece of the same or a similar material. A cover therefore might consist of one piece of leather for the spine and one for each side in order to create a full cover of apparently the same material. This is distinct from patch material where some damage or loss has been made good.re some damage or loss has been made good.)
  • Stationery binding  + (en:stationery binding is that branch of bookbinding which deals with books meant to be written in, such as ledger, record, and account books, and the like)
  • German paring knife  + (en:the German knife, while rounded like the French version, is also ground at an angle)
  • Endpaper  + (en:the groups of leaves of a variety of sheet materials found at each side of a bookblock and are intended to give protection to the text leaves)
  • Test  + (it:definition of cited translation)
  • Raised bands  + (forhøyninger på ryggen der hefthyssingen ligger)
  • Square  + (fr:Difference between edges of textblock and edge of case or boards)
  • Endband  + (sv:Headband)
  • Stitching (techniques)  + (hefteteknikk som utføres langsetter og fra utsiden av ryggen på bokblokken)
  • Girdle book  + (hmm)
  • Hollow back  + (hulrom som oppstår mellom bokblokkens rygg og overtrekksmaterialet når boken åpnes, fordi overtrekksmaterialet ikke er klebet direkte på bokblokkens rygg eller til ryggfôringen)
  • Square  + (fr:Difference between edges of textblock and edge of case or boards)
  • Test  + (it:definition of cited translation)
  • Endband  + (materialer som bearbeides og festes til bokblokkens rygg ved hode og fot i forsterkende og/eller dekorativ hensikt)
  • Trough-marbled paper  + (en:Paper decorated by trough-marbling, which involves a transfer of colours floating on the surface of a liquid in a trough to the paper.)
  • Raised bands  + (nb:forhøyninger på ryggen der hefthyssingen ligger)
  • Stitching (techniques)  + (nb:hefteteknikk som utføres langsetter og fra utsiden av ryggen på bokblokken)
  • Hollow back  + (nb:hulrom som oppstår mellom bokblokkens rygg og overtrekksmaterialet når boken åpnes, fordi overtrekksmaterialet ikke er klebet direkte på bokblokkens rygg eller til ryggfôringen)
  • Endband  + (sv:Headband)
  • Spine inlay  + (nb:pappremse plassert langs bokblokkens rygg festet til overtrekksmaterialet)
  • Forwarding  + (en:The processes or steps involved in binding a book up to the point at which it is ready to be decorated. This will normally be thought to include sewing and covering, though some definitions of forwarding exclude either one or the other or both.)
  • Paste  + (en:A soft, tenacious, pliable adhesive usually with a starch base.)
  • Rounding  + (en:The process of molding the spine of a text block into an arc of approximately one-third of a circle, which in the process produces the characteristic concave fore edge of the book.)
  • Gauffering  + (nb:teknikk som består i å behandle en metalloverflate for å få fram dekorative mønster ved bruk av meisel og punsel)
  • Spine inlay  + (pappremse plassert langs bokblokkens rygg festet til overtrekksmaterialet)
  • Forwarding  + (prosesser som er involvert i oppbyggingen av bindet inntil den er klar for dekorering)
  • Stationery binding  + (stationery binding is that branch of bookbinding which deals with books meant to be written in, such as ledger, record, and account books, and the like)
  • Square  + (steel square)
  • Paste  + (stivelsesbasert klebemiddel)
  • Adhesive  + (en:A general term for any of several substances capable of bonding materials to each other by chemical or mechanical action, or both, and which may be activated by water, non-aqueous solvents, pressure, heat, cold, or other means.)
  • Crease  + (sv:Creasing)
  • Endband  + (tailband)
  • Endband  + (tailband)