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zwei-bis vierfach gehefteten Ösen

English translation: double- to quadruple-crimped ???

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German term or phrase:zwei-bis vierfach gehefteten Ösen
English translation:double- to quadruple-crimped ???
Entered by: Tom Funke
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10:25 Jan 12, 2001
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Tech/Engineering
German term or phrase: zwei-bis vierfach gehefteten Ösen
I'm finishing up the last section of the project mentioned in my last printing-related inquiries. I'm having problems with the eyeletting reference "zwei-bis vierfach
gehefteten Ösen," and, as I'll post in another inquiry, "Klebebindung in Fadenheftung." Here's the full paragraph

Bis zu einem Umfang von 48 Seiten
kann mit einer Rückstich-oder Ring-
ösenheftung mit zwei-bis vierfach
gehefteten Ösen gearbeitet werden.
Für längere Haltbarkeit ist eine
Klebebindung in Fadenheftung,für
Druckschriften mit mehr als 48 Seiten
PUR-Kleber zu verwenden.

Thank you.
Cami Townsend
double- to quadruple-crimped ???
Explanation:
That's what your text seems to be saying, but I haven't been able to find a single Web reference on the German or English side that was helpful in making sense of this. (All the eyeletters I found are single-action devices). If worst comes to worst, you might put those terms in as "placeholders" with a footnote, admitedly a cop-out. --- I'm really sending this unhelpful answer to reference the URL below for a printing dictionary, which might be helpful to you in some other way (eyeletting is covered but without a helpful hint as to your problem)...
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Local time: 16:22
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nastitched (stapled) from in two to in four folded
ttagir
nadouble- to quadruple-crimped ???
Tom Funke


  

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2 hrs
double- to quadruple-crimped ???


Explanation:
That's what your text seems to be saying, but I haven't been able to find a single Web reference on the German or English side that was helpful in making sense of this. (All the eyeletters I found are single-action devices). If worst comes to worst, you might put those terms in as "placeholders" with a footnote, admitedly a cop-out. --- I'm really sending this unhelpful answer to reference the URL below for a printing dictionary, which might be helpful to you in some other way (eyeletting is covered but without a helpful hint as to your problem)...


    Reference: http://171.64.128.118/don/toc/dontoc-e.html
Tom Funke
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4 hrs
stitched (stapled) from in two to in four folded


Explanation:
Hi!

They speak on the the situation:
if you have less than 48 pages, then you can fulfill the binding with one "Rückstich-" or " Ringösenheftung" with folding in two to four times.
As for the bonding books with more than 48 pages, you should know that special operations (gluing and sewing) are appropriate.

OK?
Dr. Tagir S. Tagirov
KSU


    Stylus 3.0 CAT software.
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