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DIY GBC ProClick Binding

The new school year has started, which means students are beginning to have homework assignments. Many higher education classes require their students to produce a bound report. While you may not have to complete this for several months, now is a good time to start thinking ahead. Many office supply stores will punch and bind your materials for a nominal fee. One popular kit for students and professionals alike is the GBC ProClick Do It Yourself Presentation Kit.

The new school year has started, which means students are beginning to have homework assignments. Many higher education classes require their students to produce a bound report. While you may not have to complete this for several months, now is a good time to start thinking ahead. Many office supply stores will punch and bind your materials for a nominal fee. But what happens when it's two am the night before your book is due and you're just finishing up but nothing is open before you have to get to class? In situations like these, it's good to have a binding presentation kit around. One popular kit for students and professionals alike is the GBC ProClick Do It Yourself Presentation Kit.

This Do It Yourself Presentation Kit contains everything you need to make either two or ten bound documents, depending upon which one you choose. This all-in-one collection includes prepunched paper, black ProClick spines, black binding back covers, and clear front binding covers. The prepunched paper allows you to print directly onto the page and offers a 20lb bond weight as well as a 96 bright rating. The spines, which come either 5/16" or ", are designed for use with 3:1 pitch ProClick punched paper with oversize square holes.

One of the benefits of this package, other than convenient binding and editing, is the introduction to ProClick binding. If you use this kit and love the way your reports turn out, the materials are easy to obtain for future books without necessarily needing to purchase a large binding machine. Here is what you would need:

Zipper Tool. This kit comes with instructions on how to close and open the spines by hand. However, you can speed up the process by using their zipper tool. These can be purchased in either a " or 5/16" size. These tools are small and easy to use, allowing you to edit your document anywhere without requiring a machine.

Prepunched Paper. This is key to not needing a binding machine; after all, most machines are mainly for the punching. While it may cost a little extra, the ease of use and savings on a large device are well worth it for school purposes. If you have a business looking for a way to bind a high volume of documents, you probably want to go with an actual machine. Either way, prepunched paper comes in four different weights to suit any need and can be purchased in packs, reams, or cases. You can order white or choose between a variety of colors. And this paper comes in letter, legal, half, A4, and 11x17 sizes to accommodate all your binding needs.

Covers. Covers are another thing that can come prepunched. These are available in such a huge range of sizes, weights, colors, and styles that there is sure to be several that would work for you. The great thing about both the covers and paper is if you decide you want a different style of bind, the ProClick punching style will also work with 3:1 spiral coil spines. You'd simply need a pair of crimping pliers to finish the ends.

Spines. The only downside to this method is that the spines only come in three sizes, none of which are very large. You can find them in 5/16", ", or 5/8". The color selection is not very large either but feature generic hues that will coordinate well with any color cover. Your color choices are black, navy blue, white, and frost.

As you can see, there are myriad choices for binding materials just within the ProClick system alone. And if you don't find something you're looking forFind Article, GBC carries a plethora of materials for other binding systems as well. Good luck and happy binding!


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