Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video gives a demonstration of the Akiles CoilMac ER coil binding machine. One of the more economical CoilMac machines, the ER offers a manual punch as well as a small coil inserter. For more details and product specifications, please visit:
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Welcome to MyBinding video. Let's have a look at the CoilMac ER, a 4:1 pitch coil binding machine by Akiles. Much like the traditional and economical CoilMac M, the CoilMac ER adds a coil inserter. Let's watch it in action. With scrap paper, set the side margin control knob so that all punches will be consistent throughout your whole project. And then, disengage any of the dies that you need so that you have no half hole punches. Bring the lever arm down to make your test punch. All set. Starting with the covers, punch through your entire document until all your holes are punched. The CoilMac ER has a punch capacity of 17 sheets of 20lb paper per lift. With all your pages punched, assemble your project together and select a coil. Carefully spin the end of the coil onto the project, threading the first few holes. Then depress the pedal and place the coil up against the rubber wheel. If you operate the pedal with your foot, then you can have both hands free to work with your project. Spin the coil all the way through the spine and crimp the ends with crimping pliers. All of the punched chips fall into the chip tray that's below and accessed from the front. And that's it. That's the CoilMac ER by Akiles. For more demos, reviews, and how to's on this product and many more, check out MyBinding.com.