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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video highlights the features of the Fellowes Pulsar E 300 Electric Comb Binding Machine. This compact device is an excellent full-featured medium duty machine for generic office use. For more details and product specifications, visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46878/Fellowes-Pulsar-E-Electric-Comb-Binding-Machine Or, if you have questions about this or any other Fellowes product you can feel free to give us a call toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We carry a full line of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fellowes. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, or our blog. Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a demonstration of the Pulsar E 300, an electric comb binding machine by Fellowes. The Pulsar E 300 is as smooth looking as it is functioning. Let's watch it in action. Turn it on with the power switch in the back and open the front cover. After practicing a little bit, grab your covers and slide them into the slot. Use the side margin control knob to adjust your margins so that all your punches are consistent through out your whole project. Tidy it all up. When the green light is lit up, the machine is ready to go. Press the button; make your punch. Continue on with the rest of your projects, punching holes in all your papers. Punch capacity is 15 sheets of 20lb paper or less. Keep that in mind when you're making your batches. When your project is all punched, gather it together and order it up. It's time for binding. Pull out the small in the base at the right side of the machine. There you can store some combs as well as have a handy measuring tool to select the right size comb. Slide your completed project into the slot to determine which size is best for your book. Then get the corresponding comb. Then place the comb over the teeth of the machine, making sure that the comb teeth are faced up. The project is always faced down. This assures the project will not come apart in use. Place the teeth through all the punched holes, fold it down, close the teeth of the comb, remove your project. The Pulsar 300 can handle quarter inch to one and a half inch in diameter plastic combs. There's a chip tray just below the machine; you can dispose of all the punched chips when your projects are done. Included in the box is a free starter kit of comb binding supplies and you're on your way with the Pulsar E 300. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
28 Jul 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video highlights the features of the Fellowes Pulsar E 300 Electric Comb Binding Machine. This compact device is an excellent full-featured medium duty machine for generic office use. For more details and product specifications, visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46878/Fellowes-Pulsar-E-Electric-Comb-Binding-Machine Or, if you have questions about this or any other Fellowes product you can feel free to give us a call toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We carry a full line of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fellowes. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, or our blog. Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a demonstration of the Pulsar E 300, an electric comb binding machine by Fellowes. The Pulsar E 300 is the least expensive Fellowes electric punch comb binding machine on the market. Let's review its features while watching it in action. It is a very simple machine to use. There's one power switch in the back and you lift the cover, going from storage to operation in one step. On the left hand side there is a margin control knob, which is helpful for keeping consistent punches throughout your project; however this particular knob and mechanism isn't as strong as it could be. The punch button is conveniently located on the front of the machine, just to the right. A green light means it's ready to go. Punch capacity is always of utmost concern for any punching machine. This one claims to handle 15 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. However, when we tried it out, we couldn't even get 15 sheets into the slot; it was more like 12. And then it worked beautifully. When it comes to the binding step, the Pulsar E 300 has a couple of helpful features. There's a stowaway tray on the right side of the machine that holds a few combs, and just a few at that. There's also a very handy scale inside on which you can determine what size comb you need for your project. It's just a matter of sliding your project and the comb in the right slot. The comb opener is made of metal, both the teeth as well as the lever, which is good for longevity. And although the machine is mostly made of plastic, it does seem to be built very solidly and works without flaw. For waste and chip disposal, there's a small, also stowaway, chip tray on the right hand side where the chips fall. Fellowes typically includes a free starter pack of comb binding supplies with each machine. All in all, we like the Pulsar E 300. It's great for small to medium sized office with a moderate amount of comb binding to do. And at a price of just over $250, it's a great bet. For other reviews and demos of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
28 Jul 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video highlights the features of the Fellowes Quasar 500 Manual Comb Binding Machine. This compact device is great for small or medium sized offices with mid-volume binding needs For more details and product specifications, visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46873/Fellowes-Quasar-500-Plastic-Comb-Binding-Machine Or, if you have questions about this or any other Fellowes product you can feel free to give us a call toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We carry a full line of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fellowes. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, or our blog. Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a product review of the Fellowes Quasar 500 Plastic Comb Binding Machine. The Quasar 500 is a manual comb binding machine designed for the small or medium sized office. It's inexpensive, well-made, and does a good job with a few limitations. Let's examine its features. Most notably is its compact, sleek, stowaway design. We like it and its function is not compromised by the form. There's a small margin control knob on the left hand side that allows you to set your margins so all punches are done consistently throughout the project. The 500 was designed to punch 20 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. However, when we tried 20 sheets, we couldn't even get it into the slot. We found that 15 sheets was more reasonable and easily done. And of course, the large handle for left, right, or both handed punching is great. When it comes to the binding step, there are a couple of built-in helps into the machine. There's a small tray at the base of the machine where you can carry some combs, however, not very many. When your project's completely been punched, slide it into the slot to determine which size comb is best for your project. This is very handy, indeed, especially to those who are new to comb binding. And we like the all metal construction to the comb opener. For an all manual machine, the Quasar 500 does a really good job. Even if it can only punch 15 sheets, it's still a lot of punch. The system can open up both round and oval shaped combs and can go up to two inches in diameter. The punch pins are not disengageable, so non-normal size documents may prove difficult. It's also not an open throat design, so you can't do anything larger than 11 inches in width. Cleanup is easy with a removable chip tray. If a manual comb binder is all you need, for $200 or just a little over, the Quasar 500 by Fellowes is a great bet. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
29 Jul 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video highlights the features of the Fellowes Star 150 Manual Comb Binding Machine. This compact device is great for small or home offices with low-volume binding needs For more details and product specifications, visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46872/Fellowes-Star-Manual-Plastic-Comb-Binding-Machine Or, if you have questions about this or any other Fellowes product you can feel free to give us a call toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We carry a full line of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fellowes. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, or our blog. Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. Today we're looking at the Fellowes Star 150, a manual plastic comb binding machine. Designed for the home or small office, this all-in-one comb binding system is a great little machine. Let's watch it step-by-step as you make a book. Let's begin with the covers. Slide them into the slot at the back of the machine. Use the side margin control knob on the left hand side to align your paper where you want the holes punched and all papers will be punched consistently throughout your project. Down with the lever, you're all punched. Continue to make punches through the rest of the pages of your project in batches of seven sheets or less. When all of your punches are made, gather your materials together. You're now ready for the binding step. There's a small tray on the right side of the machine that slides out. Here you can store a few combs but more importantly there's a great little tool to help you determine which size comb is best for your project. Slide your completed project in and choose your comb. With your selection made, place the comb over the teeth of the comb opener. Be sure to keep the plastic comb teeth faced up and your project faced down. That way the project does not come apart in use. You open the comb with a lever on the left hand side of the machine. Simply pull down until it's open as far as you need. Thread your project over the teeth of the comb, down, close the comb, and you're all set. It really is that easy with the Star 150 by Fellowes. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
29 Jul 2011
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1 Aug 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a demonstration of the Fellowes Galaxy Plastic Comb Binding Machine. This compact device is easy to use and provides increased productivity with the option of punching and binding simultaneously by two people. For more details and product specifications, visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46874/Fellowes-Galaxy-Plastic-Comb-Binding-Machine Please feel free to call us with any questions you may have toll-free at 1-800-944-4573. We carry a full line of binding machines, supplies, and more from Fellowes. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog.  Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com/ Here is a transcript of this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This is a demonstration video of the Galaxy 500, a plastic comb binding machine by Fellowes. The Galaxy 500 is an all-in-one punch and binding machine for plastic comb binding. Let's just watch how simple it is to make a book. On the top of the machine are three buttons. You select and they disengage punching dies; allows you to punch standard, cover, or A4 sized documents. Once that's selected, you can begin. Lift the lever, lift the hood, and you're ready to go. Let's begin by punching the covers. Slide them into the back of the machine into the throat. There's a margin control knob on the left hand side that you can use to adjust to make sure that all punches are made consistently throughout your project. Punch down. Once you're sure the punches you're making are in the right spot, continue on through the rest of the papers in your project. You'll want to punch your project through in batches of 20, no more than 25 sheets of 20lb paper at a time. When that's all done, assemble your project. It's time to bind. On the front of the machine, there's a small tray that can carry a number of plastic combs. There's also a very handy measuring to by which you can place your finished project into to find which size comb is best for your project. Once that's selected, close the tray; let's begin. Place the plastic comb over the metal teeth in the back. Always keep the plastic teeth faced up and the project faced down; that way the project does not fall apart in use. Open the comb with a lever on the left hand side, just enough to thread your project over the teeth of the comb completely. Adjust as you need. When everything is through, close the comb and you're through. It's as simple as that. On the left hand side there's a small chip tray that will contain all the waste from your punches. The Galaxy 500 will also allow you to remove the comb opener and closing unit, allowing two people to work simultaneously, one to punch and one to bind. This increases productivity. Punching on the right, binding on the left. It really is that simple and that efficient with the Galaxy 500 by Fellowes. For more demos and reviews of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
4 Aug 2011
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How to video about the SmartBind manual com binding machine. This inexpensive plastic comb binding machine will punch and bind plastic comb books. This video by CFS Binding Supplies www.cfsbinds.com
10 Nov 2011
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How to video about the Sircle WR-200 wire binding machine. Video demonstrates how to punch and bind with this tabletop wire binding machine. This video is by CFS Binding Supplies www.cfsbinds.com
10 Nov 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video gives introduces the Akiles line of CoilMac coil binding machines. Each of the four machines and their Plus versions offer solid construction, a one-year warranty, and a quality punch and bind mechanism. For more details and product specifications on individual machines, please visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/cat/Binding%20Equipment--Akiles%20Binding%20Machines Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from Akiles. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog.  Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com Here is the audio transcript for this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video compares the different models of the CoilMac coil binding systems by Akiles. This is the CoilMac M 41, or M, and its Plus version. This is the CoilMac ER. This is the CoilMac ECI. And finally, the CoilMac EPI, the top of the line. Beginning with the base model, let's look at the features that are on every single CoilMac machine. Solid, all-metal construction with a one-year warranty. A punching system as well as a binding system. This is a side margin control knob, so that all punches are consistent throughout your projects. A punch margin control knob provides correct punch margin depth for each coil size. A comfortable lever arm for punching up to 17 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. And a waste container for the punched holes. The CoilMac M comes with an inserting table. You build it and put it on, and it expedites the inserting of the coil, reducing the costs and binding time. The ER model has all these same features plus an electronic inserter. Used with the hand or foot pedal, this roller makes the final step of inserting the coil much easier. And the ER has the same punch capacity at 17 sheets. The ECI model improves the roller significantly and places it lower down. It's much longer and the motor itself is stronger; and maintaining the punch capacity of 17 sheets. And with all this, the EPI model takes it one step further. The punch, as well as the inserter, are both electronic, operated by the same pedal, and toggled back and forth between with one switch. And the punch capacity is increased to 20 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. There it is. The four models of the CoilMac line by Akiles. Be sure the check out our videos that compare the regular models with their plus versions. For other demos, reviews, and how to's on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
29 Nov 2011
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Click Here http://1-stopshopping.com/index.php?c=7921&n=1069556&x=Binders_Binding_Systems TOP 10 Best Binders & Binding Systems to Buy Fellowes Galaxy e-Wire Binding System, Gray (5217801) Fellowes Pulsar E 300 Comb Binding Machine, Gray (5216701) Fellowes Quasar E 500 Comb Binding Machine (52169) Fellowes Galaxy E Comb Binding Machine (5218301) GBC CombBind C20 Binding System, 20 Sheet Punch Capacity, 320 Sheet Binding Capacity, Black (7706172) GBC VeloBind V110E Binding Machine (7704260) GBC CombBind C800pro Binding Machine (27170) Akiles RubiCoil Manual Punch with Inserting Channel for 4:1 pitch Plastic Coil Bindings Swingline 06701 Swingline Model 67 Electric Stapler, 25 Sheet Capacity, Black GBC CombBind C110 Binding Machine (7704240) Click Here http://1-stopshopping.com/index.php?c=7921&n=1069556&x=Binders_Binding_Systems
30 Nov 2011
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a comparison between the Akiles CoilMac ECI and CoilMac ECI+ binding machines. These two devices offer excellent coil binding with a variety of features for simple operation and great results. For more details and product specifications on the CoilMac ECI, please visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/353/Akiles-CoilMac-ECI-Manual-Punch-and-Electric-Inserter And for more details about the CoilMac ECI Plus: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/46815/Akiles-Coilmac-ECI-Plus-Oval-Hole-Coil-Binding-Machine Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from Akiles. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog.  Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com Here is the audio transcript for this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. This video compares the CoilMacs ECI and ECI Plus. Let's start with the differences between the ECI and ECI Plus. There are two main differences. First is the number of disengageable pins. And the second is the type of hole punched. All of the punch pins on the ECI+ are fully disengageable, allowing you to use any size sheet of paper. And the ECI model only has five disengageable die pins to be used with the most common sizes. The CoilMac ECI punches round holes that are 4mm wide. The ECI+ punches oval holes. The difference is oval holes tend to work better with thicker documents. Also, oval holes are easier to begin the threading process of the coil onto the spine. And those are the main differences. Let's take a look at the similarities. Both machines punch at a 4:1 pitch and have a punching length of 13 inches. It is an open throat design so with some creativity, there's no limit on paper size. These machines allow you to punch up to 17 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. And the binding capacity with the electronic inserter is 7/8 inch. There is an adjustable depth of margin control knob. Hand or foot pedal engages the electric inserter, which is larger and much improved over the ER model. And finally, both of them come with a coil selecting tool. Now all you need to do is choose what's best for you. For more comparisons, demos, reviews, and how to's, check out MyBinding.com.
8 Dec 2011
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http://roguekeybinds.t-ke.me Top 5 Video Tutorials on Rogue Keybinds 4.2 Cata Macros Rogue Key Binds Free Software download the free Key Binds addon. world of warcraft christmas gifts paladin macros world of warcraft hunter builds wow mage builds If your tired of trying to keep up with your rogue keybinds or updating your cata rogue macros/keybindings check out the FREE Rogue 4.2 Cata Macros Macros Keybinds Addon Free here, http://roguekeybinds.t-ke.me Its a 100% Blizzard Legal Key Binds software that auto equips designed specifically for the rogue with keybinds with Arena in mind by world class players. Impulse works with all player classes Warlock, Hunter, Paladin, Shaman, Hunter or race like the Worgen, Dwarf, Worgen, Human, or the Troll. There nothing to risk, download Impulse Macros Keybinding Addon on your Rogue Keybinds and you will dominate the arena You can try it out for 60 days and get a full refund. http://roguekeybinds.t-ke.me Or if you like to do manual macros and keybinds labor read further below. Or you can save time check out :link: Check out my list of the top 5 video tutorials on Rogue keybinds. The cata 4.2 rogue macros for WOW cataclyms Rogue are updated as there were substantial changes to macros in 4.0. Many Cata rogue macros were renamed and much of the scripted command functionality for rogue macros in cataclysm has been modified. Here is the list of videos that I compiled for this video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=b-ylungAa9E http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XQjC5hqWI2s http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S-a6GxfrUE0 http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RPpuISMjKeM http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9-FDOhW52jI cata rogue macros wow rogue macro wow rogue build world of warcraft hunter builds wow keybinds wow druid builds wow christmas gifts
13 Dec 2011
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Make your relocation as seamless as possible with a little help from Binding Price Moving. Commercial or residential, local or long distance, weekdays or weekend, we have over 23 years of experience providing some of the best moving service around. We offer guaranteed flat rate pricing and so much more, so don't wait.
31 Jan 2012
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a demonstration of the Tamerica SecureBind V3000 Pro. The V3000 Pro offers securebind punching compatible with hot knife binding. The device makes it easy to align and punch your document as well as complete a secure, lasting bind. For more details and product specifications, please visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/64117/Tamerica-V3000-Pro-SecureBind-Binding-Machine Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from Tamerica. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog. Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com Here is the audio transcript for this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at the Tamerica V3000 Pro, a securebind binding system. Compatible with VeloBind-style bindings and hot knife production, the V3000 is a great machine for excellent binding. Let's watch it in action step-by-step. Coming in two parts, there's the puncher as well as the binder. You put them together or use them separately. First you want to set your side margin control so that all punches throughout your project are consistent. Start with scrap paper, set it, punch it. The two-handed punch system allows you to punch landscape and portrait. And if all looks great, continue on with your covers and the rest of your project, punching holes through your entire book. When the punching is all set, organize your book in order; it's time to bind. You can remove or leave the puncher in place. With an 11-pin VeloBind-style bind, place it pins face up, either in the groove or on the table. Then, thread your project faced down over all the pins. Next, take the back or the second side of the bind and place it over all the pins as well, making sure the texture side is facing out. Flip the project over and place it pins down into the hot knife part of the machine. Take the bar, push it down over the springs, right onto the bind to clamp it down. Place the top lever down but don't force it. Just lay it there, the machine will bring it down slowly, heat the pins, and cut them with the knife. You can keep an eye on the light displays on the right hand side of the machine to know when it's done. Release the bar with the two black buttons and they spring up and you can remove your book. Pull off any dangling pins that may be there. Your project is all done, totally sealed front and back and it looks great. There it is, that's the Tamerica V3000 Pro. For more demos, reviews, and how tos on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
4 Feb 2012
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a demonstration of the Akiles OffiBind, a manual plastic comb binding machine. The OffiBind is simple to use and delivers great results. For more details and product specifications, please visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/26729/Akiles-Offibind-Plastic-Comb-Binding-Machine Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from Akiles. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog. Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com Here is the audio transcript for this video: Welcome to MyBinding video. Today we look at Akiles OffiBind, a manual plastic comb binding machine. Built for the small office with small projects and the occasional binding need, the OffiBind is a great all-in-one machine. The side margin control paper stop is there to make sure all punches are consistent throughout your whole project. A great feature on such a small machine are three disengageable die pins, allowing you to make sure there are no half punches and a great centered document. In the back of the machine is a depth of margin control knob that allows you to change the margin for larger or smaller projects. Once your settings are in place, begin with the covers. Punch all the way through. Continue through the rest of your project, punching holes in every sheet with the same margin, keeping your paper batches at less than ten sheets per batch. When you're all punched, you're set to bind. Place the plastic comb over the teeth in the back of the machine. Make sure that the teeth of the comb face up and the project faces down; it keeps the project from falling apart in use. The punch lever is the same lever for opening the teeth of the comb. Do so and thread the project over the teeth, using the lever to make adjustments as needed. Close it all the way up, remove your project, and you're done. It's that simple with the OffiBind by Akiles. For more demos, reviews, and how tos on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.
7 Feb 2012
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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video gives an overview of the GBC CombBind C20 plastic comb binding machine. Learn about the features of this excellent machine while watching it come out of the box. For more details and product specifications, please visit: http://www.mybinding.com/.sc/ms/dd/ee/63349/GBC-CombBind-C20-Comb-Binding-Machine Take a look and if you have any questions feel free to give us a call toll free at 1-800-944-4573. We have a huge selection of binding machines, supplies, and more from GBC. You can also find us online on Twitter, Facebook, and our blog. Twitter - http://twitter.com/mybinding Facebook - http://www.facebook.com/MyBinding Blog - http://www.mybindingblog.com Here is the audio transcript for this video: Welcome to MyBinding videos. This is the unboxing of the all-new GBC CombBind C20, a manual plastic comb binding machine. Let's open it up and get a look. The C20 is an all-in-one unit that requires no assembly. There's an instruction booklet as well as a zip bind, because the 19-hole punch pattern is good for plastic combs, zip binds, as well as spiral-o coils. The machine is lightweight, portable, and stylish. It can bind a book up to 330 sheets and punch 20 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. The C20 is super easy to use with a quick step one, two, three color-coded system. So there it is, the GBC CombBind C20. For more demos, reviews, unboxings, and how tos, check out MyBinding.com.
9 Feb 2012
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