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Four Features Of A Good Manual Twin Loop Wire Closer

If you are in the market for a good twin loop wire closer you may be baffled by all of the available options. Wire closers are used to finish the wire binding process by closing C shaped spines into round binding elements.This article is designed to help you know some of the most important features to look for in a good wire closer.

If you are in the market for a good twin loop wire closer you may be baffled by all of the available options. Wire closers are used to finish the wire binding process by closing C shaped spines into round binding elements. The quality of the closing device can make a big difference in the finished bound product that you end up with. Thus, this article is designed to help you know some of the most important features to look for in a good wire closer. Here they are...
  1. Construction: Perhaps the most important consideration in choosing a wire closer involves its construction. A high quality model should be made completely of metal and should be simple to operate. Poorly constructed machines will tend to close wire unevenly over time compromising the quality of your bound documents. Look for heavy duty set screws that adjust the closing capacity along with a sturdy handle and gears.
  2. Length: A second factor to consider when choosing a closer is the length of the books that you plan on binding. These devices are available in lengths as short as 12" (such as the GBC MC12) or in lengths as long as 24" with the Rhin-O-Tuff HC8024. Be sure to choose a model that is capable of handling the largest size book that you plan on binding.
  3. Adjustment Knobs: The best closers such as the GBC MC12, the Tamerica Durawire 450 and the Rhino HC8000 all have dual adjustments for ensuring that the wire is closed equally on both the right and left sides. These knobs should be easy to adjust and the machine should have clear markings helping you adjust for different sizes of wire.
  4. Size Compatibility: You definitely want to consider the size of the documents that you want to bind when choosing a machine. The Renz WBS 340 is the only model that claims to have the ability to handle both 3/16" wire and 1-1/2" wire (probably because Renz is one of the only manufacturers of these two sizes of wire). If you plan on using one of these two sizes of wire which are fairly uncommon you might consider the Renz machine (with the optional module holder). More importantly you are going to want to make sure that the model you are considering will work with both 2:1 and 3:1 pitch wire.

More than likely you will find that most of the wire closers available on the market operate the same. HoweverArticle Search, using the four factors listed above you should be able to narrow the choices and make an informed decision about what machine will best fit your needs.

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR


Jeff McRitchie is the designer and Director of Marketing for MyBinding.com. He has written over 100 articles on binding machines, binding covers, binding supplies,laminators,laminating supplies,paper handling equipments,binders,index tabs, and shredders.



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