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SD-1501A21 comb Binding Machine, comb binding, binder, book binding machine
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RAYSON SD-1501A21 Manual Plastic Comb Binding Machine
A 28 sheet manual punch is one of the largest punch capacities available on any plastic comb binding machine on the market today. The binding capacity is 500 sheets on a 2 inch plastic comb allows for nearly any size comb bound presentation. A comb size selector is included to assist in choosing the proper size plastic binding comb.The open end throat design allows punching of larger size documents. An anti jam feature senses and prevents jams. The adjustable punch control will make your documents more secure and add additional strength to the comb bind. The side margin control assures that your paper has a perfect clean punch every time. The all metal constructed TitanComb Eagle Manual Comb Binding Machine is perfect for offices, schools where saving time on plastic comb binding presentations is crucial.
To find the perfect book binding machine, there are few things that you should bear in mind. First, determine the type of book binder that you will need. Book binder machines are sold in different varieties including the comb binding variety. Comb binding machines work by punching round holes at the left edge of the pages, and then the comb will open once the loose pages are inserted. The comb is then closed over a row of accurately spaced rings. Of all book binding methods, this is the least flexible style. The integration of a unique lock on the comb is required to prevent the papers from falling out
Comb binding machines are available with either a manual punch or an electric punch. Which format is better is really up to the person using the machine. Many people don?t mind pulling a handle to punch paper, but others like to have both hands freed for binding and prefer to use an electric punch. Most high-volume binding machines use a motor for punching paper.
-volume binding machines. Low-volume binding machines are typically used in the home or for occasional binding. Mid-volume binding is used for binding a few books a day. High-volume binding machines can be used to bind dozens to hundreds of books a day.