Brought to you by http://www.MyBinding.com, this video offers a comparison between the Akiles CoilMac ECI a...
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:
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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.