It doesn’t matter what type of business, industry, office, school, or other environment you’ve been in, chances are you’ve seen books bound in a variety of ways. Binding Machines are able to create a wide range of bound books, booklets, documents, and more in a variety of styles. Binding Machines and Binding Machine Supplies provide an easy way for anyone from home or large corporations, to easily produce bound documents. MyBinding.com offers one of the world’s largest selection of Binding Machines available to date. Choose from a huge selection of Comb Binding Machines, Wire Binding Machines, Coil Binding Machines, Thermal Binding Machines, or any of the other Binding Machines MyBinding has to offer. They even have Combination Binding Machines for doing multiple styles with one binding machine. Be sure to check out the GBC Binding Machines and Unibind Binding Machines for some of the most common binding machines in the world. View the blogs below for more information about binding machines, and be sure to check out MyBinding.com for all your binding needs.
Plastic comb binding is probably the most popular document finishing method in the world because it’s inexpensive and can be easily done. This bookbinding method – which is sometimes referred to as Ibico binding – can be used for all sorts of documents from school reports to business proposals. If you’re interested in this binding method, there are a few things you need to know about it before you get started. Here’s a short introduction to plastic comb binding including a few points on what to look for in a comb binding machine.
All offices need the best machines and supplies to help them run smoothly and to keep productivity up. Here are three must-have devices for your office:
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Have you ever thought about binding your own documents? If you haven’t, you should because there are many benefits to doing so. Here are five reasons why you should bind your own documents:
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Binding your own documents is pretty easy to do, but it can be tricky if you need to put together lengthy books. This is because the binding machines on the market all have a certain binding capacity. In other words, each device can only handle a certain number of pages per cycle. However, there are several ways you can bind thick documents – you just need to know what they are and then make sure you have the right device and supplies. Let’s take a look at how to bind thick documents.
1.) Screw posts. Screw posts are pretty much what they sound like: they’re metal implements that look like screws or nails. These supplies are sometimes referred to as Chicago screws and they’re usually made out of durable aluminum or elegant brass. They come in several different lengths and can be used to bind documents that are up to 4” long. There are also extenders to use if your work is thicker than that. The only special equipment you need to use screw posts is a hole punch or paper drill. Just punch a few holes in your documents and insert the screws. It’s easy and it doesn’t take long at all. (Here’s a quick tip: the punching part will take less time if you use a paper drill to process large stack of paper. These machines can literally drill through hundreds of sheets at a time.)