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Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a demonstration of the Tamerica Eco 34 3:1 Wire Binding Machine. Learn how to bind a book with the Eco-34 and see how the features measure up during actual use. For more details and product specifications, visit:
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Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's take a look at the Tamerica Eco 34, a 3:1 wire binding machine. In a few easy steps, the Eco 34 allows you to bind a book with a wire bind that is as impressive as it is simple. Let's watch it in action step-by-step.
With all materials assembled, let's begin by punching the covers. Note the correct side you'd like to punch and slide it into the throat of the machine. Set the side margin control knob to make sure that all your punches will be the same for every sheet. Before punching, you'll need to set the lever control to "punching". Line it up, jog it into place, and make your punch. Continue punching the rest of your project; you'll need to think in terms of about 10 sheets maximum per lift.
First comes punching, next comes binding. With your materials punched and ordered, you'll need to select a wire spine. If needed, use the two measuring tools inside the chip tray on the front of the machine to select your wire size. By simply sliding your completed project into the groove, you can easily read what measurement you need. There's a spine rack on the front of the machine to help with threading the document. This will take some getting used to. It's helpful, but you may also choose just to do it by hand.
With your project threaded over the wire spine, place it into the open throat of the machine. You'll want that spine to lay flat when it's inside that trough. Before clamping, set that adjustment knob to the size wire you're using. All set? Clamp it down. Simple as that, that's how you bind a book with the Eco 34 by Tamerica. For more reviews and demos of this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.