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Rhin-O-Tuff HD7700H Binding Punch Review

Though it has a different look and a Horizontal rather than Vertical punching mechanism, the HD7700H nevertheless has the same basic design and features as Rhin-O-Tuff's well-known and respected HD7700. The HD7700H's punching capacity, as it is able to punch holes in as many as fifty-five pages at a time.

Though it has a different look and a Horizontal rather than Vertical punching mechanism, the HD7700H nevertheless has the same basic design and features as Rhin-O-Tuff's well-known and respected HD7700. Here we will take a look at some of the advantages and disadvantages of the HD7700H binding punch.

Advantages:

  1. Prepare to be impressed by the HD7700H's punching capacity, as it is able to punch holes in as many as fifty-five pages at a time. depending on the hole pattern you are using. In general, the more holes you are punching, the fewer pages you can punch at a time, but the HD7700H's ability to punch three holes in fifty five pages, or using the Velobind pattern you can punch as many as 40 sheets. That type of punching capacity is unprecedented and impressive.
  2. The HD7700H features Rhino Tuff's patented quick die change system. In order to change patterns, all the user must do is to release the die locks, slide the old die out, and the new die in. Seeing as how there are twelve patterns available in Rhino Tuff's line, this feature gives users an incredible amount of flexibility.
  3. Unlike most other modular binding punches on the market, all of the 7700H's dies are fourteen inches wide. This allows users to punch legal sized sheets in a single step. The open throat design also allows for the punching of longer sheets in two steps.
  4. We find that the horizontal orientation of the 7700H makes the machine a little easier to load. That's not unusual considering that many of the higher-end machines have been horizontal over the years. The foot pedal operation is also very convenient, but if you prefer, you may order switches for either paper-activated or push-button operation.
  5. The 7700H is built for heavy use, and it shows. Everything from the case to the chip tray seem to be built out of heavy duty steel, making it a great fit for daily use in high-volume business applications or in-plant print shops.

Disadvantages:

  1. By anyone's estimation, this is a big machine, weighing in at over one hundred and fifty pounds. Not a great choice, then, for moving about the office or taking on location. If you decide to purchase one of these you will need to make sure you have a dock to receive the pallet and several people who can lift the machine and set it up.
  2. Though the 7700's point of pride is that it can punch more sheets than any other machine on the market, we found that the results were unsatisfactory when punching the maximum capacity. The holes tended to be a bit ragged, and pages became welded together from the force required to punch the holes. To get the best quality, we found it best to punch about three quarters of Rhino's stated capacity. This still makes the HD-7700 an excellent choice amongst its competition.
  3. This is not a particularly attractive machine. While it may look fine for a print shop or warehouse setting, it may perhaps be best placed out of sight in an average office.
  4. In flipping the vertical version of this machine on its side, Rhino lost a few of its features. Gone are the abilities to combine with an auto feed system, or attach a die rack and finishing equipment to the machine. These may not be important to everyone, but if they are important to you then you may want to consider the vertical version of this punch.

Recommendation: A great fit for high-volume users, the 7700H is ruggedPsychology Articles, durable and feature-rich. This machine is a great punch and has deemed by many as the "MagnaPunch Killer". A fitting title for an excellent machine.

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