back to homepage

comb binding Free Articles

Choosing the Right Binding Style for Your Office

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.

Read More

How To Bind With Plastic Comb Binding

This article provides six easy to follow steps on how to bind a document using a plastic comb binding machine. Plastic comb bindings, also called GBC binding, is the most common of the punch and bind styles. It is a relatively easy process and is basically the same for most all manual comb binding machines.

Read More

Frequently Asked Questions About Comb Binding Machines

Plastic comb binding is one of the most popular styles of binding. If you're reading this, you probably have some questions about this binding style, and are wondering what are its benefits and what it can be used for.Here are the most frequently asked questions - with corresponding answers - about plastic comb binding.

Read More

An Introduction to Plastic Comb Binding

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…

Read More

How to Bind Documents with Plastic Comb Binding

Comb binding has been the most popular binding style for decades and there are literally millions of comb binding machines in use around the world. However, if you have never used a comb binding machine it can seem a little bit intimidating. These instructions are designed to help even the most untrained user figure out how to bind documents with plastic combs. Here are five simple steps to follow…

Read More

5 Reasons to Check Out the Paperlock Eco-Comb Binding Machine

If your business is looking for ways to become more environmentally friendly, PaperLock's Eco-Comb binding system may be one answer. Designed to be used in place of non-biodegradable plastic combs while utilizing the same hole patterns, the Eco-Comb system is fully recyclable, as well as being extremely functional and rugged. Here are just a few of the reasons that you should check the PaperLock Eco-Comb Binding Machine.

Read More

Binding Documents Longer than 11” Using Plastic Comb Binding

I occasionally have customers call and ask if there is a way to comb bind documents that are longer than 11".Here is a quick review of the three things you will need to bind these oversized documents with plastic combs.

Read More

Plastic Comb Binding - An Introduction

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.

Read More

DFG Titan Comb Manual Plastic Comb Binding Machine Review

The DFG Titan Comb is a heavy duty manual plastic comb binding machine that is designed for organizations that are looking for a high quality binding system for binding a huge variety of document sizes and thicknesses.With all of these features, the Titan Comb is one of the most feature rich and powerful manual comb binding machines available on the market.

Read More

GBC Binding Machines - An Overview of Desktop Binding Systems

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.

Read More

Choosing the Right Fellowes Binding Machine For Your Office

If you're looking to bind your company's booklets, documents, and presentations, a Fellowes binding machine can help you achieve your goals quickly and easily. Whether you're looking for a basic comb binding unit or something more elaborate, read on to find out how to choose the right Fellowes binding machine.

Read More

An Overview Of Binding Machine Manufacturers

If you are thinking about purchasing a new binding machine punch, the choices can seem endless. This article will provide a quick overview of some of the largest and most well known makers of binding equipment.

Read More

Using Your GBC CombBind C500 Binding Machine for Comb Coil and Wire Binding

In that past, shopping for a binding machine could prove to be extremely challenging. Many customers have seen different binding styles on the market and would like to try them out. Without spending thousands of dollars customers were not able to bind documents using Plastic Combs, Twin Loop Wire and Spiral Coil. However, using the GBC C500 binding machine, consumers can now bind all three types of documents.

Read More

Title: Seven Features to Look For In a Great Electric Comb Binding Machine

Choosing an electric comb binding machine can be a lot more difficult than you think.With options ranging from just a few hundred dollars up to a few thousand dollars it can be very difficult to choose the right machine to fit your needs.Here are seven features to look for when choosing a great electric comb binding machine…

Read More

Plastic Comb Binding: How to Do It

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.

Read More