Hello, I am looking for a wire or coil binding machine for our office. All of our booklets will be no more than 75 pages (letter size) and average about 30 books per month. Do you offer an electric or manual binding machine that will accommodate our office needs? I appreciate your help.
We carry several binding machine models that will fit your needs. We have a large inventory of coil and wire binding machines that come in both electric and manual versions. If you desire a bound document that looks professional and has a durable, crush-proof binding element on the spine, then coil is the best choice. We have several models that can punch and bind your 75-page documents.
If you’re using standard 8-1/2″ x 11″ paper, then a 12″ 4:1 pitch coil in a 15/32″ diameter is a good option. This diameter will bind up to 80 sheets, and there is a wide rainbow of coil colors that you can choose from.
Or, if you prefer a wire binding machine over coil, we offer several models that will suit your needs. Some of our customers choose wire over coil simply because it offers a more refined, distinctive look to your bound document or book.
I recommend a machine that will punch and bind in a pitch ratio of 3:1. This pitch features double wire loops that are closer together than the 2:1 pitch variety. It simply looks a lot nicer in my opinion. You will also need at least a 1/2-inch diameter wire that holds up to 90 sheets. Your wire binding wire color choices here include: black, blue, red, silver and white.
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