You can set up the PowisPrinter™next to a Fastback®binder, so that after your strip prints, it goes directly to the binder for binding.And you can save time binding multiple books with the same title, because the printer can print a strip while the previous book (with the same width and title) is being bound. Fancy, huh?
I have had many customers call me over the years asking for help in deciding what binding machine style would be best for their office. This article will provide a quick overview of the strengths and limitations of the four major binding styles. These four styles include: Comb Binding, Coil Binding, Wire Binding and Thermal Binding.
Thermal binding, or the process of binding paper using a combination of heat and an adhesive has always been a convenient binding style for users looking for a quick, secure bind. End-users like thermal binding for that reason; its one of the fastest binding styles, and it creates a bind that has permanent-like qualities, adding security to the document.
If you don't have a binding machine and you can't afford to get one, you'll be pleased to know that you don't need a binding machine to bind your documents. Here are four ways you can get a great-looking bound document using machineless binding.
Thermal binding can offer one of the most professional finished products of any binding system available on the market. However, many users seem to have difficulties getting there thermal bound documents to turn out.These are problems that can easily be fixed with a few simple steps during the binding process.Here is how...
Plastic Comb Binding is the most popular binding method used in North America. Also known as GBC Binding, Ibico Binding, Cerlox, Surlox or CombBind, this binding method has been around for decades and is used by schools, businesses and print shops across the United States. In fact, you have probably seen cookbooks, reports, proposals and manuals bound with plastic combs. However, if you are considering binding your companies documents with plastic combs here are a six things you might want to know…
One of the most common binding methods used by individuals and business around the world is plastic comb binding. Also known as GBC Binding or Ibico Binding, plastic comb binding can be used to bind many different types of documents including reports, presentations, reference and educational materials, cookbooks, calendars, and more.Best of all, this binding style can easily give your documents a professional look at a low cost, while providing a variety of other advantages. Keep reading for a quick introduction to comb-binding including its benefits, costs, and what's needed to get started.
General Binding Corporation (GBC) is the leading desktop binding system manufacturer in the world. This article is designed to help you understand the different types of systems produced by GBC for binding your reports, presentations, proposals, manuals and documents.
If you are looking for a relatively simple binding method, plastic comb binding is the way to go. Aside from thermal binding, it's really the easiest binding method around and it can make your documents look great. To use this method, you need a comb binding machine, some plastic combs, printer or copier paper, and covers. The supplies are affordable and you can find a decent comb binding machine for about $100.00.
Global Market Research Report on LMM Seam Width Measuring Machine Market 2016 is a professional and in-depth complete study on the current state of the LMM Seam Width Measuring Machine worldwide.
Coil binding is a very popular method of binding, but it can be difficult to understand how it's done. Here's an FAQ about the wonders of coil binding, including some insight on what to look for when buying a spiral binding machine.
Are you looking for a plastic comb binding machine but aren't sure where to start? Finding the right binding machine for your needs can be a difficult task. his article is designed to help you sort through the features, benefits and marketing literature on different comb binding systems so that you can make a choice on a machine that is best for YOUR needs. Read on, and good luck in your search for a new binding machine.
Using a comb binding machine really isn't that difficult. Simply, punch your document, open the comb, place the document onto the fingers and close the binding. . However, whether you have just recently purchased your first binding machine or have been using comb binding for years, there are several simple tricks that can make plastic comb-binding even easier. Here are a few things to remember:
Color coil binding (also known as Spiral, CoilBind, plastic coil binding) is one of the most popular and fastest growing of all binding styles.Coil binding is fast and easy, and offers a wide variety of colors to choose from.
Each different binding style uses its own type of binding strip or cover supplies. This article will help you to identify the five different styles of binding that you can complete with the Fastback 9.