These six ring binder mechanisms are built perfectly for standard memo size paper, which measures 6" high on the binding edge, and 4" wide. Made of a durable metal, these binder spines are used commonly for making your own memo size ring binders, creating fun journals and notebooks, as well as for swatch books. The bright silver finish looks great, while boosters on each end make opening and closing the small rings hassle-free.
The six rings on this binder hardware are separated into two groups of three, with standard memo-sized spacing which measures 3/4" between each ring in a group, and 1 ½ between the two groups. The rings are available in a traditional found shape, and come in either 1/2", 3/4", or 1" diameters. The 1/2" rings are rated to hold about a 1/4" thick stack of paper, which is equal to approximately 110 sheets of standard 20 lb. copy paper. The 3/4" will hold up to a 3/4" thick stack, or about 150 sheets. And lastly, the 1" ring will hold up to about a 5/8" thick stack of paper, or about 200 sheets.
If you need custom ring binders made for you, then check out our custom ring binder page and contact us for a price quote. Or if you want to make your own memo binders, then consider also buying custom chip board sheets, binder rivets, a rivet setter tool.
* Approximation based on standard 20 lb. bond copy paper. May vary depending on paper stock.
|Quantity||Make a selection above to see pieces per box|
|Sheet Size||Memo Size [4" W x 6" H]|
|Number of Rings||6-Rings|
|Ring Spacing||3/4", 3/4", 1 ½", 3/4", 3/4"|
|Ring Diameter||Many Sizes Available|
|Ring Shape||Round Ring|
|Sheet Capacity* [Stack Thickness]||Varies Depending on Ring Size|