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The key point of making a pop-up book, is to die cut the creative component parts accurately and then glue them to right position.  

Brief introductions to history of pop-up book printing
It was reported that pop-up book printing and binding started in the earlier of 13 century, but the first audiences were possibly adults not children. In early stage, the people try to illustrate or display something using a revolving disc or volvelle. Nowadays, the volvelle mainly were used for such diverse purposes like as teaching anatomy, making astronomical predictions, creating secret codes and even telling fortunes. In 1564, the book Cosmographia Petri Apiani was published, and it is a typical movable astrological book. From then on, the medical profession made use of this format, illustrating anatomical books with layers and flaps showing the human body. The English landscape designers made use of flaps to illustrate the views of his designs.
While it can be proved that books with movable parts had been used for centuries, they were almost always used in scholarly works. It was not until the 18th century that these techniques were applied to books designed for entertainment, particularly for children. During 19 century, first real pop-up books produced by Ernest Nister and Lothar Meggendorfer were popular in Germany and Britain. The great leap forward in the field of pop-up books came in 1929 with the publication of the Daily Express Children's Annual Number 1. Four more Daily Express Annuals followed and then Giraud setup his own publishing house. There were seventeen Bookanos before the series came to an end with the death of Giraud in 1949. In the United States, in the 1930s, Harold Lentz followed Giraud's lead with the production of the Blue Ribbon books in New York. He was the first publisher to use the term pop-up to describe their movable illustrations.
Between 1960s and 1990s, in United States, hundreds of pop-up books for children were published, which push the great advance in pop-up book printing field happened in the end of 19 century. Although intended for U.S. audiences, these books were assembled in areas with lower labor costs, initially in Japan and later in Singapore and Latin American countries such as Colombia and Mexico. During this period, Random House and other publishers published millions of pop-up books, and lower labor costs in developing countries support the books to spread world widely.

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2,OEM order are welcome
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Children Book Printing Service

1.Material:glossy art paper

2. Sewn binding and 4 colors printing

3.Glossy or matte lamination on cover

Product specification

1.Material C2S/Pearl  art paper mounting on grey cardboard, woodfree paper or C2S glossy art paper or matt art paper
2.Color CMYK
3.Finishing Hot stamping /UV Spot for the LOGO, lamination for outside
4.Binding Saddle stiching;Perfect binding;Sew thread binding;Square back;Circle back;Sprial binding;Wire-O binding;paper back binding;Fabric binding;Casebound binding
5.MOQ 2000pcs
6.Sample leading time Within 7 days
7.Customize Acceptable
8.Package Export carton with pallet
9.Payment term TT/LC
10.Factory Visit Warmly welcome

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