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Re: In-house binding of periodicals (Norma Mukherjee) Marcia Tuttle 13 Apr 2000 17:46 UTC

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Date: Thu, 13 Apr 2000 11:44:57 -0500
From: Norma Mukherjee <nmukherj@UNO.EDU>
Subject: Re: In-house binding of periodicals (Judy Payne)

Our library has also been using the 810 Binding System from Brodart and the list
message really surprised me.  We have been using this system for over 10 years
too.  I would definitely be interested in the answers that you  or Gerre receive
since we may have to make a decision about in-house binding in the event there
are no other companies selling this system.
Thanks in advance,
Norma Mukherjee

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> Date: Wed, 12 Apr 2000 16:11:22 -0500
> From: Judy Payne <PAYNE@GRACELAND.EDU>
> Subject: In-house binding of periodicals
> Our library is currently doing in-house binding of periodicals using the 810
> Binding System from the Brodart Company in Williamsport, PA.  This system
> has been used here for over 10 years.  Recently we found out from Brodart
> that we'll no longer be able to purchase the system (drilling machine, parts
> and supplies) after their inventory is gone.
> My questions are:
> 1.      Is this binding system sold by any other library supply company?  If
> so, please send me the names, addresses and/or telephone numbers of the
> companies.
> 2.      If you use another binding system--what kind, how does it work and
> where do you purchase the equipment and supplies?
> I need this information as soon as possible.  Thank you in advance for any
> help you can give me.