- Model NO.: SUPER47E PLUS
- Thickness: 20-50mm
- Mode: Electric
- Material: Aluminum
- Binding Thickness: 180sheets
- Punch Pins: 47
- Weight: 15.8kg
- Specification: CE, ETL, ISO9001-2000
- HS Code: 84401090
- Type: Spiral Binding Machine
- Binding: Coil Spiral Binding Machine
- Color: Silver
- Punching Thickness: 25sheets
- Pitch: 6.287mm
- Dimension: 480X395X280mm
- Trademark: Supu
- Origin: China
4: 1 pitch (SUPER59 5: 1)
Electric punching: 18, 000 sheets/hour
Punch up to 25 sheets each time
Binding documents up to 180sheets
Patent electric power roller design to make binding conveniency
Use all sizes of coil from 4.5mm to 50mm
Punch margin is adjustable to suit the size of coil being used
Side margin is adjustable to select which format sheet to punch
Document measure to determine which coil size to use
High capacity waste container requires emptying less frequently
All metal constuction makes it durable and many years worry free
Have CE, ETL Certification.
Have disengagement pins to select the pins you need
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Electric consuming: 120W
Machine dimension(mm): 480x395x280
Machine weight: 15.8kg
How to do easier coil binding
If you regularly bind your documents with coils, you are probably wondering if there is anything you could be doing to create an easier coil binding experience. It turns out that there are ways to speed up your productivity and make the process a lot smoother. Here are three tips for easier coil binding:
- Consider using pre-punched paper. Punching holes in your document is definitely the most time-consuming part of the binding process. Using pre-punched paper will help you save a lot of time and you can use it in whatever printer or copier you have. Just make sure that it has the correct hole pattern. Coil binding uses a 44-hole pattern if you're using letter-sized paper and use 46-hole pattern if you are using A4 size paper .
- Curve the spine of the document. Binding thick documents with coils can be tricky. After all, your document is essentially a giant block of paper while the coil is a plastic spiral. You should consider curving the spine of the document to make coil insertion easier. If your binding machine has a spine forming channel, take advantage of it. You could also use a plastic binding sleeve. A sleeve looks like a binder and you can just slide your document into one and it will automatically curve the spine for you.
- Use hard cover instead of soft cover for easier coil binding on the electric coil feeder on the binding machine .if the cover is soft cover,it will not match with the sheet perfect and somethimes there is space between sheet and soft cover and thus make a littler difficult for electric coil binding .If use the hard cover ,the hardness will include the sheets inside and easier for coil binding .
- To choose the oval hole punchin machine rather than round hole punching machine .oval hole is easier for binding since the sharp of oval hole compare of the round hole sharp .
- Watch how you hold your coil crimpers. Finally, you need to crimp both ends of the coil every time you bind a book. You can do this with crimping pliers. They look very similar to a regular pair of pliers and they're used to trim and fold in the ends of the coil. When using your crimpers, make sure you hold them so that the red dot on them is facing up. If you don't see the red dot, you could end up simply clipping the coil instead of crimping it. This can cause the coil to spin out of the document and you will then need to re-bind it.
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