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Fastback System

There are few, if any, more polished and professional looking documents than those created with Powis Parker's Fastback System. Of all of Parker's, machines, the most commonly used Fastback machine on the market is the FB15xs. Here is a short guide in the use of the FB15xs.
One of the great things about the Fastback binding system is that you can use it to create high quality hardcover documents and photo books. This article will provide instructions for hardcover binding using your Fastback system and the Powis Parker hardcover Guide (HCG2).
There are many different binding methods available today, from the humble three-ring binder to plastic comb binding to binding with color coils and wire. One method that's sometimes overlooked is the Fastback binding method from Powis Parker. The Fastback is an innovative system with some great features and it definitely has some advantages over the tried-and-true binding methods.Here are some of the great things Fastback can do and why this machine blows other binding methods out of the water.
Have you heard of Powis Parker Fastback? If you are a school librarian, teacher, administrator, media center specialist or school district purchasing agent you might really want to check it out. This article will identify five reasons that your school library should consider owning a Fastback Binding System.
Both the UniBind and Powis Parker Fastback Model 9 appear to be similar thermal binding systems that yield professional binding for manufacturing documents; however there are very distinct differences between UniBind and Fastback. This article will help you understand the differences between these systems so that you can choose the system that best suits your needs.
Fastback from Powis Parker, UniBind and the various other thermal binding systems (such as the P2000 from ProBind) are similar in many respects, but have some major differences. When deciding which system is best suited for your needs, it is important to understand what you hope to get from your binding system as well as what the various machines are designed to do.
Powis Parker's Fastback binding system offers you a great way to show off the work of your students, print your own yearbooks, protect the books your library already owns, or to create new books from downloaded material. Here are the five reasons to consider owning this easy to use binding system.
If you have ever tried to use your Fastback Foilfast P21 printer to print a photograph you probably noticed that it doesn't look very good. A photograph of a face will end up printing almost entirely in Silver (not exactly the effect you were probably looking for). However, at a recent Powis Parker Fastback Dealer meeting a representative from Fastback showed me how to print photographic images using the Fastback Foilfast printer and Adobe Photoshop
Powis Parker's Fastback 8x Tape Binding Machine is a thermal binding system that creates what are known as perfect bound books, the like of which you might find on bookstore or library shelves. It uses an adhesive tape binding method and can be used to create documents up to twelve inches in length. Here we'll take a look at what we consider some of the strengths and weaknesses of the Fastback 8x.
The Fastback 25 Photobook binder is a brand new binding machine that is designed to work as part of the Fastback Photobook workcell. When used in conjunction with the Powis Splitter, the Fastback 25 can make a high quality hardcover or photobook in around a minute. This article will discuss the process for using the Fastback-25 photobook binder to bind the book block after you have processed your pages with the edge splitter.
Fastback is a fast and professional method of binding that creates a clean and polished document.This article demonstrates the process of binding documents with Fastback.
This article will outline some of the most common terms that you may encounter when using this style of binding system. This is just a start but hopefully it will help you to start speaking the language of Fastback.
Powis Parker makes a number of innovative products including the Fastback P31 PowisPrinter. This is a device that can print customized spines for all the documents you produce with a Fastback binding machine. Here is a look at its strengths and weaknesses so you can decide if this product is right for you.
Both the Fastback 15xs and the Fastback Model 9 systems are tape binding machines. Tape binding is a type of binding that allows a user to produce bound documents with a thermal tape adhesive spine. This article discusses each model individually and helps to shed light on the different applications of each model.
Thermal binding is one of the more elegant options out there when it comes to book binding and the Fastback 9 makes it quick and easy. Here are a few good reasons to check out the Fastback 9.


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