The blank books are moving along and the cases are being assembled. I am using the millimeter binding style following Peter D. Verheyen’s article in The Bonefolder. The case is made of two boards (a front and back cover), a spine piece (made from card stock or something similar), and a paper connecting strip. Since there are so many books to be assembled, it prompts a jig!
Step one is setting a ruler as my stop where the paper connecting strip will butt up.
It is hard to see in the photo, but the spine piece is glued and butt up against the board which lines the spine up in the middle of the paper strip. When all the spines are in place, they are put under weight while the hinges are figured out.