Book Printing

Black Imagewrap covers

Quick note to Blurb’s quality control: Black ImageWrap covers easily gets scratched. It doesn’t show on white covers but I have already received two black cover books and they already looked worn and scratched on arrival, presumably just by being stacked with other books in the assembly line and rubbing against them. Taking some measure like putting soft cloth between books when stacking should help prevent this.

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foto_grafika
Sep 17, 2008 9:08am PDT
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Funny, when this type of book was first announced, I said it sounded like the style of book used for Role-Playing Game books from the 1980s on. They also white-scuffed and worn the image away.  I just ordered one and to here that the white scuffing can start just by the shipping process is disconcerting. I mean, my old D&D books were handled heavily for years-I understood why they wore.

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royalef
Sep 17, 2008 1:43pm PDT
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