the process of building-up a book by sewing a section to itself
and the next two adjoining sections, provides a flexible strength
unequalled by any other sewing process. Meets the requirements
of the ANSI/NISO/LBI Z39.78-2000 Standards.
OVERSEWING combines flexibility with
strength. It creates an enduring type of sewing that is neither
stiffly strong nor flimsily flexible and readily adapts to
the constant circulation of active libraries and the hard
usage of careless readers.
The machine is designed and built using high-quality materials
for heavy-duty industrial use and trouble-free maintenance.
Most of the machines sold since 1920 are still running today.