James Burn BB400P Speedbind Automatic Inline Punch & Wire-O® Binding Machine
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James Burn BB400P Speedbind Automatic Inline Punch & Wire-O® Binding Machine

Item #: 04JBBB400P
Brand: James Burn
FAQ: 4 Questions, 4 Answers
  • Simple control panel for job setup
  • Fully automatic punching and binding is completed with just 1 operator
  • Maximum punching thickness of 4 mm
  • Speed: Between 1,500 to 3,000 Documents per Hour
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Overview

The BB400P is a version of the BB400 that includes the same powerful and fast Wire-O® cutting, inserting, and closing, but combines it with the all-in-one solution of an inline punch; this James Burn automatic punching and binding machine will do it all. Just place your documents onto the machine, and it will do the rest: automatically moving your document through the entire punching and book binding process. It runs at speeds up to 3,000 documents per hour, and will handle 3:1 and 2:1 pitch* Wire-O® binding spools or SnakeSkin® wire up to 1". Simplicity and productivity are at their highest point when you use the James Burn BB400P Speedbind in your print shop or bindery. It is perfect for high-volume and high-demand printing and binding markets, and was designed to impress as a part of the new and improved James Burn industrial binding machine line. Speed, ease of operation, and a perfectly punched and finished Wire-O® books are ensured when you use the BB400P inline punch and bind system. The control panel is easily understandable, and a fairly small footprint takes up little space on your operating floor. It will handle skip binding for binding edge versatility, and can be paired with the optional nail hole punch to create wall-hanging calendars.
If you’re looking for the ultimate in productivity of Wire-O® punching and binding for high volume workloads, then buy the James Burn BB400P Speedbind today. Our James Burn experts are ready to discuss your individual needs; call us at (866) 537-2244 or email info@buy101.com to learn more, or for a quote request. The BB400P will prove to be an affordable investment that will provide quick ROI. If you are still not quite sure this is the best machine for you, compare it to other similar equipment here, check out the full list of specifications here, read our full description with more detailed information here, or view our helpful BB400P videos here.

Specifications

Item #04JBBB400P
ManufacturerJames Burn International
Manufacturer Part NumberILBB400P US
Suggested UserIndustrial
Binding StyleWire-O Binding
Operation: PunchingElectric
Operation: BindingElectric
Compatible Supplies & AccessoriesWire-O® Spools
SnakeSkin™ Wire-O®
Board Feeder (Item# 04JBBB400BF)
Nail Hole Punch (Item# 04JBBB400PPHP)
3:1 Pitch Wire-O® Punching Die (Item# 04JBBB400P31R)
1/4" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT14)
5/16" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT516)
3/8" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT38)
7/16" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT716)
1/2" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT12)
9/16" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT916)
5/8" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT58)
3/4" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT34)
7/8" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT78)
1" Closing Tool (Item# 04JBBB400CT1)
Power Voltage220v 3-Phase, 60Hz, 30A
Dimensions12’ 10” L x 4’ 11” W x 6’ 3” H (126" W x 59" D x 75" H)
Punch & Bind CapabilityPunching & Binding
Setup Time15-30 Minutes, Depending on Operator
Paper Size4 ⅝" x 4 ⅝" up to 15 ⅝" x 15 ⅝"
Accepted Paper TypeNo Stock Limitations
Selectable Speeds9 Speed Settings (Setting 4 is Lowest Recommended Speed)
Speed*Between 1,500 to 3,000 Documents per Hour
Maximum Punching Thickness4 mm
Skip BindingUnlimited (Minimum 2 Loops per Skip)
Air Compressor Requirements5 Bar, 500 l/min (Dry Air)
Control PanelStandard Control Panel
Control Panel NotificationsNone
Hands-Free OperationNo
Special Training RequiredRequires Installation & Training
Requires Operator with Mechanical Ability to perform Changeover, Set Up, & Machine Adjustments.
Product Weight (lbs)2320
Shipping Weight (lbs)2320
Shipping InformationThis item ships via Truck (Common Carrier). It is the responsibility of the Consignee (receiver) to remove the product from the truck. If you do not have a loading dock or any other means to lift the freight off the truck and/or you need assistance bringing the product inside of your location please call (866) 537-2244. Click here for full details.

Description

The BB400P is a premium, automatic Wire-O® punching and binding machine that was manufactured as a part of the new and improved line of James Burn industrial equipment. Specifically intended for the high-demand printing and binding markets, this system features an in-line punch that will punch and fully bind 3:1 and 2:1* pitch wires up to 1" using either traditional Wire-O® binding spools, or the SnakeSkin™ Wire-O®. It will punch through documents up to 4mm thick and offers perfect results that will impress your clients and protect your business relationships with them. With the James Burn BB400P Speedbind automatic wire binding machine, you can increase productivity, make life on your operators easier, and produce the highest quality of wire bound books without paying the price point. Designed for speed, efficiency, simplicity, versatility, and high-quality output, the BB400P makes a great addition to any high-production environment. Call our experts at (866) 537-2244 to learn more, or use this comparison chart to see how it stands up to other similar machines.

BB400P Speedbind Key Features:

   • Binding speeds up to 3,000 documents per hour, depending on the application and operator, making it one of the fastest automatic wire machines in its category
   • Simple control panel for job setup
   • Fully automatic punching and binding is completed with just 1 operator
   • Maximum punching thickness of 4 mm
   • Handles paper sizes from 4 ⅝" x 4 ⅝" up to 15 ⅝" x 15 ⅝"
   • Handles 3:1 pitch Wire-O® from 1/4" to 9/16" diameters
   • Compatible with Wire-O® spools and SnakeSkin™ Wire-O®
   • Unlimited skip binding with 2 loop skip minimum
   • Handles flush cut documents, oversized covers, and tabbed sheets
   • Small overall footprint to take up less space on your operating floor than other comparable machines
   • Mechanical adjustments, insertion guide, and closing tool changes are completed from the front of the machine
   • Ideal for various wire binding applications, including calendars
   • Automatically feeds back covers for desktop calendars and turns them around after closing and before moving to the reception conveyor

BB400P Speedbind Binding Process:

   • The operator positions the documents onto the left side of the machine
   • The document is jogged by gravity
   • The document is punched
   • The document is transported to the wire feeding section
   • The wire element is cut to length and fed
   • The wire element is inserted into the document
   • The document moves to the closing station
   • The document is stacked on the reception exit conveyor

Optional Accessories:

   • Board Feeder: The board feeder is a station that can be added to the machine. A stack of hard covers are loaded into the feeder, and it will automatically load them one at a time while the operator loads the book block. This eliminates the need to collate the covers with the rest of the book ahead of time.
   • Nail Hole Punch: Punches nail hole for wall hanging calendars.
   • Punch Dies: 3:1 Pitch Wire-O® Punching Dies.
   • Closing Tools: Available in sizes from 1/4" to 1".

*May vary depending on sheet size, paper stock, operator, and other factors.
**2:1 pitch wires mush be punched offline on a different machine.

Videos

James Burn BB400 Speedbind Automatic Wire-O® Binding Machine

Transcript: The BB400 Speedbind System is the most advanced Wire-O® system in the James Burn line of automatic punching and binding machines, providing the ultimate in Wire-O® binding productivity. Offered in three models, the BB400 Wire-O® binder, the BB400P, and the BB400SP punch and bind system. The BB400 Speedbind is one of the fastest automatic wire binding machines in its category, with an output of up to 3,000 documents per hour.

The operator loads documents into the machine, where they are trans...
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The BB400 Speedbind System is the most advanced Wire-O® system in the James Burn line of automatic punching and binding machines, providing the ultimate in Wire-O® binding productivity. Offered in three models, the BB400 Wire-O® binder, the BB400P, and the BB400SP punch and bind system. The BB400 Speedbind is one of the fastest automatic wire binding machines in its category, with an output of up to 3,000 documents per hour.

The operator loads documents into the machine, where they are transported to the wire feeding section. The wire element is automatically cut to length, fed, and inserted into the document to be bound. Once the wire is inserted, the documents automatically travel to the closing station, and are stacked onto a reception conveyor.

The BB400 will close 3:1 and 2:1 pitch wire from ¼” to 1”. It can bind documents using flush cut, oversized covers, and tabbed sheets. The BB400 handles book sizes as small as 4 ⅝” x 4 ⅝” up to 15 ⅝” x 15 ⅝”. The BB400 can use traditional spooled Wire-O®, or SnakeSkin Wire-O®, which will increase the machine’s efficiency. The control panel is simple and easy to use. Mechanical adjustments and closing tool changes are performed from the front of the machine. A nail hole punch option is available for wall hanging calendar applications.

For even higher production capacity, the upgraded BB400P or BB400SP are available. They offer both automatic punch and Wire-O® closing in one unit. The BB400P unit will punch and bind up to ¼” thick documents in one pass, and can also bind offline punched materials up to 1” thick.

The BB400 Speedbind systems offer the best available production and value in its class, for those applications that require versatility and bind productivity.

FAQs - James Burn BB400 Speedbind Automatic Wire-O® Binding Machine

Transcript: James Burn BB400 Automatic Wire-O Binding machines frequently asked questions, featuring Bob Cooke, the James Burn automatic punching and binding expert.


Q) What options can I add to the BB400 to expand capabilities?
A) You could add a punch in. There’s two ways of doing the punch. There is a single punch where it would come in, punch it in one shot, and that would be the maximum that it could do. We’re also making it an SP where is it a double-sided die (an upper and lower die). The book ...
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James Burn BB400 Automatic Wire-O Binding machines frequently asked questions, featuring Bob Cooke, the James Burn automatic punching and binding expert.


Q) What options can I add to the BB400 to expand capabilities?
A) You could add a punch in. There’s two ways of doing the punch. There is a single punch where it would come in, punch it in one shot, and that would be the maximum that it could do. We’re also making it an SP where is it a double-sided die (an upper and lower die). The book is divided in half, the two sections are punched, put back together, and then move onto the wire binder. We also add a nail hole option, so if you are doing calendars with a nail hole, you can punch the two sides with the nail hole, and the book would move on. So this way you could drop your calendar in, it would run forward, be punched, the nail hole would be punched, it moves on, goes to the binder, and you come out the end with a finished calendar.

Q) What is involved in wire size change overs?
A) There are three parts that you change out: there is the mandrel that the wire travels down that gets driven in by the pitch wheel, then there is the turning in device that turns the wire into the book as it is travelling along, and then there is the closing bar that gets screwed onto the closing mechanism that closes the wire to the book once it reaches that station. It takes about 15 minutes to do a complete change over from one size to the other.

Q) What are the average production speeds?
A) For the production volumes, you can get up to 3,000 books per hour out of this machine. But what I see from customers that are running this machine is that it depends a lot on how fast the operator puts the books into the machine. Usually I see somewhere between 1,600/1,800 up to 2,600 books an hour – it is the average speed that people will see out of it. But with a perfect book and a fast operator, you can see the 3,000 books per hour.

Q) How do you keep the book aligned properly throughout the production cycle?
A) The machine jogs just before it goes into every station. This way it keeps the holes aligned in the book so that the wire can be inserted properly. After the wire is inserted, at that point it moves itself down and you don’t need to jog it because the wire is already in the book; so at that point the jogging stops and it moves forward, goes to the closing station, goes out to the conveyor at the end of the machine.

Q) How is the wire fed into the holes of the book?
A) The turning-in device on the machine will turn the wire into the book as the book is travelling along. SO it kind of goes like this and turns the wire into the book until the narrow and the broad loop are sitting flat against the bottom of the platform. And then it moves onto the closing station where the closing bar comes in and closes that wire.

Q) What are the power and air requirements for the BB400 machines?
A) There are two different configurations for this machine for power. If you have the punch included (BB400P or SP), you need to have 223 phase. If there is no punch with the machine like it is right now (BB400), then all you need is 220 single phase. Air is required for both machines.

Q) What are the differences between the BB400 and the competitor’s machines?
A) The difference between this machine and the competitor’s machine is that we offer different options to our machine that are not offered on other machines. With this machine we can offer a board feeder so that you can feed in easels, we offer a punch so that you can punch the product inline and then bring it out, we offer split punching where you can punch a thicker book so it allows you to do different books on the machine, and we also offer a nail hole option. So if you are doing calendars with nail holes, we can also put the nail hole in; all inline. So all your operator is doing is dropping the calendar or the book in, it moves through the machine, gets punched, nail hole put in, gets bound, then it’s finished and out the end.

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Frequent Asked Questions

Q
What is the difference between the BB400, the BB400P, and the BB400SP?
Asked by Customer
A

The BB400 is a bind-only system that will cut, insert, and close wire on your pre-punched books. The BB400P features this in addition to an inline punch that lets you punch documents up to 4mm thick. The BB400SP features all of the above, but with a split punch feature that separates your stack to be punched in two sections, allowing for double the punching capacity of 8mm thick documents.

Answer by Binding101
Q
Can I add the nail hole punch accessory?
Asked by Customer
A

Yes, the BB400P will accept the nail hole punch accessory, allowing you to punch your wire books and add that hole for wall hanging calendars as-needed.

Answer by Binding101
Q
What is skip binding?
Asked by Customer
A

Skip binding is a function that will insert multiple pieces of wire into a single binding edge, so there is more versatility in the punching edge.

Answer by Binding101
Q
Does the operator have to be a mechanic?
Asked by Customer
A

While the operator him/herself will not necessarily need to have mechanical experience, some mechanical background is required to perform setup, die change overs, and some machine adjustments. Whether your operator themself is capable of this, or you have a mechanic on-staff to handle it, will depend on your plant employment.

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