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Topic: Does anyone know a book binder
Message: Posted by: magic soul (Mar 3, 2005 04:24AM)
This is probably the wrong place to post this but I am looking for a book binder to bind some of my genii magazines and other magic mags to a reasonable state please email or pm me thanks
Message: Posted by: weepinwil (Mar 3, 2005 07:47PM)
Most printers can bind books or have access to it. Check with your local printer. If you want to bind them yourself, comb binders are very reasonable.
Message: Posted by: Tom Jorgenson (Mar 5, 2005 11:00AM)
Try the Thomas Directory under Bookbinders, maybe they'll list some, try Google. Library supplies will have binders that simply capture your magazines as opposed to actually having them hardbound. Lots cheaper.
Message: Posted by: Paul Sherman (Mar 5, 2005 02:18PM)
http://www.shopbrodart.com/shop/cb/Product.aspx?pgID=208

You could use something like this.

Paul
Message: Posted by: magic soul (Mar 9, 2005 04:41AM)
Thanks everyone more comments if anyone has them.
Message: Posted by: echico (Mar 9, 2005 10:45PM)
Beck and Orr in Columbus, OH does a great job. They will bind magazines in a hardback volume. Their phone number is (614) 276-8809. The owner is Ron Bowman.