A Report By Its Cover – 5 Ways To Customize A Report Cover

You’ve probably heard the expression “you can’t judge a book by its cover”. But what about our written work products? No matter how good the content of our reports – it’s the cover that the reader sees first. And first impressions are important. Are you more likely to look at a report that is professionally presented to you or one that looks like it was just slapped together? And the way it is...

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Wire Binding Machine Demonstration

A wire binding machine is one of 3 popular ways to finish documents. They come in multiple colors and can be bind pretty much any kind of document which can be made into a book. Covers made out of plastic, linen or cardboard an be used with custom printed covers. One of our favorite clients called Idiots’ Books manufactures their humor books using a wire binding system. While they think our name is funny, we think their books...

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Coil Binding Demonstration

As we have discussed over the past few weeks, coil binding is an effective way to market as presentation material or proposals. Llloyds of Indiana has put together a coil binding demonstration to help you understand how easy it is to bind a document using your laser printer. The coil binding machine we are using is a multi-die Rhin-O-Tuff machine that can punch coil, comb or wire for document binding. There are many coil binding...

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Our Binding Machines: Always Sized to Suit Your Specific Needs

The different methods depending on if you use comb, coil, wire or unibind, can be a manual or electric punch for heavier projects. Below is a brief explanation of  binding machines’ price points and how they’re used in a business setting. Coil Binding Machines – You have your choice of electric or coil binding machines at Lloyds of Indiana. Electric coil binding machines are obviously faster, but they offer you a professional look for...

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Binding Machine Methods: Your Reference Primer

With all of the various binding methods available to you, how do you know which one works best for you? Today we are going to explore comb binding, coil binding, wire binding and Unibind system, as well as accompanying items needed for these binding process, like the comb opener, the electric coil inserter, and the wire pincher. Comb Binding is the more traditional, economical binding machine method often seen on cookbooks and...

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Bringing Your Binding In-House? Four Things to Consider including a Rhin-O-Tuff or Akiles Versamac
May07

Bringing Your Binding In-House? Four Things to Consider including a Rhin-O-Tuff or Akiles Versamac

Once you’ve made the decision to move your binding operations in-house, the next step is making the capital investment in a binding machine. How do you know which machine is the best fit for your unique situation? Here are some things to consider: How many sheets do you need to punch through per lift? How many cycles per minute do you need to achieve to be cost effective? Which type of binding system do you prefer to use? Coils? Wire?...

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