We are interested in purchasing a new binding machine for our company, however, we would like to meet with one of your representatives to discuss our options. Our current usage is around 25 – 50 booklets a month which are 50 pages thick. We also print a years end booklet that would be around 100 to 150 thick. Can you help us with this matter? Thank you very much for your help. Have a great day!!!
Based on what you have disclosed so far, we feel fairly confident recommending the Akiles Electric WireMac-E Wire Binder (3:1 pitch). The WireMac-E lets you quickly create professionally bound booklets, reports, documents, and more. This is an easy-to-use model that features an electric punch, operated with a foot switch. This allows for convenient, hands-free punching.
The machine’s wire holder makes it simple to insert the binding wire into the booklet. For your particular application, we recommend the 3/8-inch, 3:1 pitch wire. This will successfully bind at least 55 pages of 20 lb. bond at a time.
The WireMac-E also has a handy adjustable margin depth tool and disengaging dies. These let you punch a stack of sheets exactly where you want. The machine has a diameter scale that helps you determine the correct size binding element that you should use for your document. The end result looks fantastic.
Lastly, an adjustable wire closer control helps you precisely adjust the wire closer to prevent under- and over-closing. As with most Akiles binding machines, this model has an open punching throat that lets you punch and bind oversized paper.
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