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Rhino Tuff PC-2005 Manual 5:1 Pitch Spiral Coil Binding Machine with Inserter Product Review

The Rhino Tuff PC2005 includes both a binding punch and coil inserter for binding documents with 5:1 pitch spiral coil. Sometimes referred to as the Rhino PC2000 this machine can help you achieve the tightly wound look that you can only get with five to one pitch coil.The inserter on this system is designed to make it easier to use longer coils for binding your custom sized books and documents.

Overview:
  • The Rhino Tuff PC2005 includes both a binding punch and coil inserter for binding documents with 5:1 pitch spiral coil. Sometimes referred to as the Rhino PC2000 this machine can help you achieve the tightly wound look that you can only get with five to one pitch coil.
  • Like the PC-2004 (the 4:1 pitch version of this machine), the PC-2005 includes a unique and innovative coil inserter.
  • The inserter on this system is designed to make it easier to use longer coils for binding your custom sized books and documents.

Strengths / Features:

  • Although there are a huge number of four to one pitch spiral coil binding machines available on the market, the choices for five to one pitch machines are somewhat limited. In fact there are only a handful of desktop binding machines that punch the five to one pitch hole pattern. The Rhino PC2005 is one of these machines.
  • The coil inserter on the PC2005 is designed for use with plastic coils from 6mm to 30mm in diameter. However, 5:1 pitch coils are only available in sizes up to one inch (25mm). This means that electric inserter on this machine can be used to bind documents with all of the available sizes of 5:1 pitch spiral coils.
  • Like the entire line of Rhino modular binding equipment the PC2005 is constructed out of heavy duty metal components. The excellent construction of this machine will reduce the amount of maintenance that it will require. In fact, the only part on this machine that should need replacement is the rubber wheel on the coil inserter.
  • The PC2005 offers a unique coil inserter that can make inserting coils of all lengths easier. It is designed for use with elements that are between six and thirty six inches long. It uses a small chute on the right hand side of the machine to help guide your coil onto the documents and also uses manderels to help ensure that your coil spins onto your books every time. Plus, it has a special lexan document guide to help you position your books perfectly for the inserting process.

Weaknesses / Limitations:

  • The punch on the PC-2005 actually has a fairly small capacity. It is only capable of punching 12 sheets of 20lb paper at a time. Light volume users shouldn't run into too many problems with this smaller punching capacity. However, users who are looking to produce large numbers of bound presentations per day will probably find that this punch will be slow for their needs.
  • It is hard to believe that Rhino would make the PC-2005 for inserting longer coils and not include any disengageable dies on the punching part of the machine. The fact that it doesn't have any disengageable punching pins means that users who try to punch longer documents (or any document other than an 11" sheet) will end up with a half-hole hanging off the edge of their page.
  • The design of the coil inserter to the PC2005 makes it better suited for handling longer coils. However, this machine is far more difficult to use than a roller style coil inserter. For users who bind documents all the time and can learn to use this machine properly it will most likely be faster. However, learning how to use this machine and set it up can be really difficult. Companies with multiple operators or with employees that don't bind books every day may want to consider a machine that is easier to use.

Recommendation:

  • The Rhin-o-Tuff PC2005 which is sometimes called a 5:1 pitch PC2000, has an innovative coil inserter that is designed to make using longer coils simple and easy.
  • However, this machine is difficult to set up and difficult to use for inexperienced users. Plus, it doesn't lend itself to punching longer sized documents.
  • For users who have the time to play with this machine and learn to use it, the PC-2005 may offer increased productivity. However, for most organizationsArticle Submission, this machine is not a great fit.

Article Tags: Pitch Spiral Coil, Spiral Coil Binding, Rhino Tuff, Pitch Spiral, Spiral Coil, Coil Binding, Coil Inserter, Longer Coils

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If you need more information or would like to purchase the Rhino Tuff PC-2005 Manual 5:1 Pitch Spiral Coil Binding Machine with Inserter or any of the other Color Coil Binding Machines that we carry please feel to visit our site or contact us with your questions.

This review was written by Jeff McRitchie who is the director of marketing for Mybinding.com. Jeff has written more than three hundred articles and more than two hundred reviews on Binding Machines, Binding Supplies, Report Covers, 3-Ring Binders, Index Tabs, Laminators, Laminating Supplies, Paper Shredders and Paper Handling Equipment.



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