Dalee Book Tip Archive

What is a "Tuck Spine"

A "tuck spine" is a construction where the spine cover of the album is not physically attached to the album. The album is constructed so that the front and back covers are  each made of two panels, like a sandwhich, so the spine cover can then be inserted between the panels and does not restrict expansion.

The reasoning for this construction is there is less restriction on expandability. The standard construction attaches the spine cover to the album limiting its expansion. We suggest removing the spine cover if expandability is desired beyond the range of the spine cover.

…Added 04/02/2013

Kolo Style Albums & Refills, Styles H, A, B and J in stock.

Looking for Memory Albums, Family Tree Albums for your ancestry or genealogy, Scrap or Photo Albums? The Dalee Book Co. has the album you need: archival cardstock, Top Loading and/or Pocket pages in many sizes. Kolo Style H 12x12, Albums and Refills  in stock. Refills and Albums for styles  A, 11 x 8½,  B, 14 x 11 and  J, 10¼ x 8¾ are also available.   Buy now

…Added 04/02/2013

what is a spine spacer

8.0  or 11.0 inch acid free Spine Spacers for 9.0" or 12 inch album pages are used  to balance the bulk difference between the spine and the photo pages. The idea is to create a flat and balanced album.  Spacers are 3/4 in. wide, paper board archival strips with holes to accomodate the posts. Can be used to equalize bulky folds for maps, documents and engineering blueprints. For Post bound albums only.

…Added 08/19/2011

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