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  1. When it comes to three ring binders most people think the choices are straight forward. However, there is a lot more to choosing a three-ring binder than just thinking about price. In fact, it is important to understand several different factors when choosing a ring binder. This article is designed to identify the major things to look for when choosing a ring...
  2. Not every coil binding machine is the same, but this should help you with the basic steps and go over some common features found in coil binding machines. Plastic Coil Binding Machines are available with and without an electric inserter. Having an inserter speeds up the binding process by quite a bit, though coil is great because it can be bound by...
  3. Thermal binding is one of the fastest and easiest binding styles. Thermal Binding goes by many names; Unibind, Coverbind, Glue Binding and the general term Thermal Bind. You can bind both soft and hard cover books with Thermal Bindings. Below we have some general guidelines to keep in mind to get the most out of your Thermal Binding Machine.   First...
  4. Plastic comb binding is a classic punch and binding style. It is a relatively easy process and is basically the same for most manual comb binding machines. Electric comb binding machines are very similar, but simply have push button controls rather than a lever for punching. Below are the basics of Plastic Comb Binding:   Select the proper size of comb binding spine A comb binding that is too small...
  5. Here we are looking at the types of pitches of binding supplies - wire binding and coil binding for example. “Pitch” means: Holes Per Inch. For example: if you have a 2:1 pitch, that means there are two holes along the spine of your project for every inch. One of the main things to look for when comparing pitches is to look at...
  6. If you’re thinking of buying a binding machine for your home or business, perhaps you’re wondering what kind of machine would best fit your needs. There are a few factors to consider when making your decision, from identifying the type of documents you’ll be binding to knowing what styles of binding are available. Here are a few things to consider...
  7. Spiral-O wire binding supplies are a great solution if you currently have a Comb Binding machine and are looking at expanding your binding capabilities on a tight budget. The reason being is that Spiral-O wire uses the same rectangular holes as comb bindings. All you need are the bindings themselves, a wire closer and the steps below to make a...
  8. If you’re looking for a document finishing method, there are a lot of options available. However, plastic comb binding is one of the best and should definitely be considered. 1. Price: Comb binding is extremely affordable and costs less than wire, thermal, and plastic coil binding. The combs themselves often only cost pennies per piece and you can get a good combo...
  9. Ever since the Fastback line of binding equipment was first released, Librarians, Publishers and Authors have been singing the praise of Powis Parker. Let’s explore the 5 reasons to love the Fastback Tape Binding System. 1. Writers and Smaller Publishers Love Powis Parker Fastback because it provides them with an inexpensive on-demand publishing tool. Whether they need one book or...
  10. If you are searching for a binding machine, you may be asking yourself how they work and how easy they are for beginners to operate. Here, we answer those questions and many more. For the most part, all of the different binding machine methods employ two steps. First, there is a place where you punch holes in your sheets, then...

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