Rhin-O-Tuff is a name that you hear often in the document-binding world. Always known for their tough and rugged machines, Rhino is also making a name for themselves through innovation and convenience. Here are a few of Rhino's accessories, most of which are meant to work closely with Rhino machines, and all of which offer the same industrial toughness you have always associated with Rhin-O-Tuff.
The Rhin-O-Tuff HD-E4100 is was originally designed as an economical alternative to the tradition Rhin-O-Roll HD4170.The E4100 can be conveniently attached to the top of your Rhino Tuff binding punch or can be used as a standalone unit. Rhin-O-Tuff has even introduced a way to use this device with the HD4101 Ez Book former.
A production quality spiral coil inserter, the HD4170 is designed to work alongside Rhino's heavy duty modular binding punches. Let's take a closer look now at some of the pros and cons of the Rhino Tuff HD 4170.
The HD4170 Rhino Roll is a production quality electric spiral coil inserter that is made as part of the Rhin-O-Tuff line of binding equipment.The HD-4170 has dual powered adjustable rollers to help spin your coils onto your documents.
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.
The Rhin-O-Tuff OD4300 is a different type of spiral coil inserter that is designed for use in conjunction with your Rhino modular binding punch.Using different sized mandrels and a rubber roller that is less than an inch in width this machine is designed to speed up spiral coil inserting in production environments.
The Rhin-O-Tuff PC2004 is a combination punch and bind machine that is designed for binding documents with 4:1 pitch spiral coil. This machine is also sometimes called the Rhino Tuff PC2000.It includes a unique and innovative spiral coil inserting mechanism that is designed to make inserting longer coils easy. This makes it a great choice for organizations that need to bind calendars, music scores and other longer documents.
The Rhino PC-2005 is one of just a few five to one pitch spiral coil inserters on the market. In this report, we will take an in depth look at the PC-2005 and present a list of what we consider to be this machine's strengths and weaknesses.
The Rhino Tuff HC8024 enjoys the competitive advantage of being the only double loop wire closer on the market that can handle twenty four inch documents. It has many other capabilities as well, and we will take a look at this machine and list for you what we consider to be its advantages and disadvantages.
Rhino's CI 3000 features a unique design that purports to make it easier to do spiral coil book binding. We investigated this machine, and here are some of its strengths and weaknesses as we see them.
With its system of coil insertion that makes longer coils easier than with most machines, the Rhino PC-2004 can fairly claim some measure of innovation.In this article, we will weigh the relative merits of this machine and give you a list of what we think its strengths and weaknesses are.
The Rhin-O-Tuff OD4100 is a module that is designed to be used with the OD-4300 spiral coil inserter.This device allows you to quickly and easily adapt your OD4300 coil inserter into a more traditional roller style inserter.This machine allows you to have the best of both worlds.
The OD4000 presented to the market as a solution for small to medium businesses and other organizations who want a lot of flexibility in their binding styles. It represents a huge step up to those folks who have outgrown their tedious old manual punches. Here are five great things about the Rhino OD4000.
Marketed as a faster, more accurate manual wire closer, the Rhino EWC-8370 is designed to help users with the often tricky process of double loop wire binding. We took a look at the EWC-8370 and in the report that follows we will give you a list of what we consider to be this machine strengths and weaknesses.
The Rhino Tuff HD6500 is a machine that offers top of the line flexibility and capacity. It is designed for the heaviest duty users such as print and copy shops, binderies and large organizations. Here are five good reasons to give some very serious consideration to this machine if you are in the market for a large capacity binding punch.