The GBC P50 is small and portable CAT6 Cable manufacturers


The GBC P50 is small and portable CAT6 Cable manufacturers

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The GBC P50 is small and portable CAT6 Cable manufacturers, but binds up to one hundred sheets,

and shows some versatility with a punch pattern that's compatible with

both Proclick and 3:1 pitch spiral coil. GBC P110 Proclick

A great fit for smaller businesses who might find the need to need to

bind books on an occasional basis. The P110 binds 110 pages, and does

it quickly and easily. It also features GBC's guide right system that

that ensures accurate centering of punches. Compatible with all sizes

and colors of Proclick spines, This machine also works with 3:1 pitch

spiral coil.

GBC ProClick P200

Packing a little heavier punch

than the than the P50 or P110, the ProClick P200 comes with an

ergonomic punch handle, a spine closer and an opening tool, and can

bind books that are up to one hundred pages.

GBC P210E

Built for medium to large offices who find

themselves needing to bind reports, proposals, books and booklets on a

weekly basis. The P210E has an electric punching mechanism, so punching

your pages is push-button quick and simple. Compatible with all

Prockick supplies, the P210E also features the Guide Right system for

accurate punches, and the ability to be used with 3:1 spiral coil.

GBC ProClick P2000

A little more of a specialized

machine, the P2000 is for offices that have a modular punch on hand and

a Proclick Pronto die. Print and copy stores and larger offices can

match the punching capabilities of their modular punch with the

super-fast ProClick Pronto technology to get a lot of binding done in a

short time. The Pronto P2000 gives you the incredible convenience of

automated ProClick binding. All you have to do is to line your document

up in the inserter with the alignment light, and hit the bind button.

It's one of the quickest and easiest systems out there.

GBC ProClick P3000

The P3000 is an amazing and

revolutionary new GBC system.. Using a new and patented cartridge

system which inserts spines onto your documents and binds your books

automatically. With ProClick supplies available in many colors and

sizes, and with a binding cycle that times out at less than fifteen

seconds, the P3000 is a great choice for print and copy shops, or for

any large and busy office that is seeking a quick, easy, and

professional way to do their own report binding. The P3000 system gives

you a lot of great features, including integrated punching capability,

and automated insertion of the high quality, easy-editing ProClick

binding spine with the press of a button. The P3000 won't take up any

more room in your office than the average laser printer, and you don't

need to find any special power outlets either.

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.

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. Often they have seen one binding style or

another but want to understand their options for binding their own

documents. 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.

Although there are other binding styles available, these four styles

represent the lion's share of the presentation binding industry. Lets

take a quick look at each of the four styles.

1. Comb Binding : Comb Binding is the most common binding style used in

North America. It has been around for more than 40 years, is simple and

readily available. Binding supplies for plastic comb binding are

cheaper than binding supplies for the other major binding styles.

Plastic comb binding books have the ability to open flat for easy

copying and can be easily opened and closed with a comb binding machine

for editing purposes. Plastic comb bindings are available in 12 colors

and in sizes up to 2". Comb bindings that are 3/16" - 1-1/8" are round

while comb bindings that are 1-1/4" - 2" are oval.

Of all the binding styles, comb binding is the most economical and

robust. However, because comb binding has been around for so long and

is so economical it has become somewhat commonplace in the market. Many

people see comb binding as "cheap" and such and image doesn't lend

itself well to many proposals and presentations. For this reason,

several other binding styles are more popular.

2. Coil Binding : Spiral Coil Binding is a great option for individuals

searching for a different look for their presentations and proposals.

Spiral coil binding involves winding a single piece of pre-coiled

plastic binding onto the edge of ones book. Spiral coil binding is

available in more than 60 different colors making it ideal for

marketing firms and designers that are looking to match unique colors

with company logos or report covers.

Coil bound documents can open flat and can also wrap around for easy

copying and reading. Documents bound with coil binding are ideal for

documents that need to be mailed since the spines are flexible and

retain their shape exceptionally well. Although spiral coil binding is

available in sizes up to 2", coil binding documents that are larger

than 1" can be very difficult. Binding supplies for coil binding are

more expensive than plastic comb bindings but are still reasonably

priced and readily available.