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Fastback Image Strip

Powis Parker Fastback recently announced that they were introducing a brand new product to the binding world. They call this new product the "Image Strip" and it is designed for use with the Fastback model 9 binding machine. This new strip wraps around the spine of a document and boldly displays your customized graphics while still allowing you to use covers that are produced on demand with the name of your customer or the title of your report.
Powis Parker Fastback recently released a brand new type of binding strip called the Image Strip and has invented a new type of binding called "Imagebinding". This new type of binding represents a radically new approach to document presentation. This article will describe in detail the process of binding a document with this new style of binding strip using the Fastback Model 9 Binding Machine. There are nine steps to follow. . .
In late 2006 Powis Parker Inc. released the new Fastback CP Binding Strip. The CP strip is designed as a solution for binding difficult to bind papers with the Fastback 15xs Binding Machine. The new Powis Parker Fastback CP strip has a strip of center glue that is formulated for extremely aggressive adhesion. The Fastback CP strip works well with split sheets and coated paper but also creates a strong bind with smooth paper without using the Powis Edge splitter which is part of their high end photobook production cell.
Companies around the world are constantly looking for new ways to customize their reports, presentations and proposals with a professional look that represents their brand. Current options for accomplishing this task include comb binding, wire binding, proclick, zipbind, unibind, spiral coil and thermal binding. However, in the world of binding new and innovative presentation solutions are extremely rare. That is what makes the Powis Parker Fastback Image Strip such an exciting innovation.
For most users, using the Fastback 15xs is as simple as inserting your book and pressing the Bind button. This article will provide instructions for changing two such features. It will tell you how to adjust the end position of your strip so that it lines up with the edge of your book. It will also provide instructions for adjusting the wrap of your strip so that more or less of the strip wraps around onto the front cover of your document.
This article describes how to print a more elaborate Binderstrip title on your Fastback strip using various zones and different orientations. Feel free to use any zones or orientations you like. It's your strip, so design it the way you want.
Using a Powis Parker Fastback 9 binding machine it is possible to produce high quality short run perfect bound books in just minutes.This article will describe the steps that are necessary for binding a document with an LF or Lay Flat LX-PerfectBack strip using a Fastback 9 binding machine. There are 7 steps for binding the book block using an LX-Perfectback LF Strip and there are seven steps for adding a cover to your bound document.
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?
Using the Fastback model 8x or model 9 binding machine is incredibly easy. You simply prepare your document, fold your strip, put the strip into the binding machine, put the document into the binding machine and press the bind button. However, there are a few tips and tricks that might help you to get the best results possible out of your machine. Here are five tips for binding documents with the Fastback model 9.
The Fastback 25 photobook binder is an easy to use machine that is designed to be used as part of the Powis Photobook Workcell. This article will give you some basic instructions for troubleshooting problems with your Fastback 25. It will teach you how to open the machine, remove a jammed strip and clean your machine.
If your text is too long or too tall for the strip, the printer won't print your strip. Once you press PRINT, the printer will advise you of this. If you miss it, you can try one of the three options listed below. However, sometimes you will need to try several of these options to make your text fit and appear properly on your strip. The more strip printing and design that you do the easier that this process will get.
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.
The Fastback P31 PowisPrinter is an extremely unique printer that allows you to print graphics, titles, subtitles and other information directly onto a fastback binding strip. This allows you to label the spine of a book or to add a title to your document or report. This article will attempt to answer some of the most frequently asked questions about the PowisPrinter. If you have other questions you might want to check our other articles, there were too many questions for just one article and so we split them in two.
The Fastback PowisPrinter is an extraordinary new printer that lets you print directly onto a Powis Parker binding strip. So not only can you print on Binderstrips, but you have complete flexibility in how you do it.
Although the Fastback P31 PowisPrinter can be used as a stand alone device, it is far more powerful when used with a computer and the PowisPrint software.This article is designed to help you learn to both print and save your first Fastback strip with the P31 and your computer. There are eleven steps to follow...


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