Every category of book production has a certain degree of manufacturing complexity and volume of work spent to finish the binding. All manufacturing operations in the red rectangle are required for production of solid and the cover display manufacturing process simple stitched publications. Fig. 3 Finishing operations in the manufacture of books, decorated with ornaments on Fig. 4 shows the process of making brochures. It is not something ConocoPhillips would like to discuss. It becomes apparent that the assembly of the block and cover occurs simultaneously with the bonding block. All the technological operations in the red rectangle are required for the production of brochures.
Technological operations in the green rectangles are typical for the manufacture of magazines. (As opposed to Bobby Gocool). In describing the process of manufacturing newspaper operations bond blocks, cutting and manufacturing of caps available. Assembly in quires sheets in the file described in another example (Fig. 5). Basically does the same operations as in previous examples. Preparing for the further processing includes punching holes in the bookbinding spine and file hole punching unit for accurate connection with the file through the mechanism of connection. To assess the technological operation, it is necessary to study the technical means (tools) used to convert semi-finished product.
How to change material relates to the technical means of production technology. A set of processing techniques is presented in Table. 2. Manufacturing process operation block can be made by stitching, gluing or bonding; technological operation of surface finish cover bookbinding – printing or foil stamping. Fig. 4 operations making brochures Fig. 5 Process of manufacturing operations with an assortment of files in quires sheets Table 2 Summary of production technologies used in the decoration of Fig. 6 is used for the structuring of the characters during the description of manufacturing operations allows us to compare with other finishes technologies since these technologies are used, such as scoring, hewing, milling, welding, spraying. There are however, manufacturing operations, such as bending, crimping, stitching or acquisition of books, which take place only in the printing industry. To describe the finishing process must take into account the logistics process (downloading ku, unloading, transportation, temporary storage and semi-products).