Akiles Finish-@-Coil E1 Electric Spiral Binding Coil Inserter & Electric Crimper
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Akiles Finish-@-Coil E1 Electric Spiral Binding Coil Inserter & Electric Crimper

Item #: 04AKFINISHCL
Brand: Akiles
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  • Easiest-to-use spiral binding finisher that you can find on the market today.
  • Providing the maximum productivity & best results while requiring minimum efforts from the operator.
  • Operating: Electric
  • Compatible Supplies & Accessories: 4:1 Pitch Spiral Binding Coils
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Overview

Eliminate the time and hassle of hand-inserting and crimping with the Akiles Finish-@-Coil (pronounced Finish A Coil) electric coil inserter and crimper. Easy to use, this spiral binding finishing machine has been designed by the world-wide known Akiles with one simple goal in mind: to offer productivity and the best finished results with minimum operator effort. Now you can roll the coil spines into your book electrically with the adjustable rollers, and crimp/cut the ends of your coil - all with the power of a foot pedal, leaving both of your hands free to handle the books. Ready to speed up production and add convenience to your work space? Buy the Akiles Finish-@-Coil electric spiral binding coil inserter and electric crimper online.

Specifications

Item #04AKFINISHCL
ManufacturerAkiles Products Inc
Manufacturer Part NumberARAC-E1
Suggested UserMedium Office, Large Office
Binding StyleSpiral Binding / Plastic Coil
Operation: BindingElectric
Included Supplies & AccessoriesDiameter Guide
Compatible Supplies & Accessories4:1 Pitch Spiral Binding Coils
Dimensions10" x 14 ½" x 7"
Manufacturer's Warranty1 Year Limited
Punch & Bind CapabilityNo [Binding Only]
Product Weight (lbs)18
Shipping Weight (lbs)20
Shipping InformationShips via UPS

Description

The Akiles Finish-@-Coil E1 Electric Spiral Binding Coil Inserter with Built in Electric Cutter & Crimper will be the easiest-to-use spiral binding finisher that you can find on the market today. It is designed with one goal in mind... providing the maximum productivity & best results while requiring minimum efforts from the operator. 

With its adjustable full-size rollers, this high-capacity electric coil inserter makes spiral coil inserting extremely fast and easy, even on the extra-large diameter sizes. Furthermore, the built-in electric spiral coil crimper will make your coil binding experience easier and faster than ever. Forget about using the cumbersome manual coil crimper that tires your wrist. With the Finish-@-Coil E1, you will easily & quickly crimp off the excess coil in your book with a simple press of foot pedal. 

The Akiles Finish-@-Coil E1 is ideal for operators that demand maximum productivity & the best binding results, with minimum efforts. 

* Approximation based on standard 20 lb. bond copy paper. May vary depending on paper stock.

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Akiles Finish-@-Coil E1 Electric Inserter + Crimper Overview

Transcript: The Akiles is designed with one goal in mind, providing the maximum productivity with quality results while requiring minimum efforts from the operator.

This electric roller inserter is foot pedal activated, which allows the operator the use of both hands while having control of the roller.

And a U-shaped alignment channel assists the operator to properly shape the document's spine, for faster and easier coil insertion

The full length inserting rollers provides high friction making this...
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The Akiles is designed with one goal in mind, providing the maximum productivity with quality results while requiring minimum efforts from the operator.

This electric roller inserter is foot pedal activated, which allows the operator the use of both hands while having control of the roller.

And a U-shaped alignment channel assists the operator to properly shape the document's spine, for faster and easier coil insertion

The full length inserting rollers provides high friction making this inserter one of the easiest-to-use. And the adjustable bottom roller makes it easy to insert coils of different sizes, even the extra-large ones.

The built-in electric coil crimper will make your coil binding experience easier and faster than ever. There is no need for a manual coil crimper.

With the Finish a Coil E one, the built-in electric coil crimpers provide consistent and perfect crimps on all coil sizes up to fifty millimeters with a simple press of foot-pedal.

To operate, simply start the first couple loops of coil by hand. Hit the foot pedal to start the roller spinning and tap the coil against the roller. The coil automatically spins into the holes that were punched in the document.

To complete the binding process, simply insert the end of the coil into the crimping tool and hit the foot pedal.

The unit has an automatic mode selection sensor; the operator can set the machine on AUTO mode, which automatically switches foot-pedal operation between “Insert” and “Crimp” with the built-in sensor. If desired the unit can also be set in manual operation mode, this will allow the operator to choose between “Insert” and “Crimp” action when the foot pedal is pressed.

The synchronized roller / crimper adjustment makes it easy to set the correct roller position and crimper angle for different coil sizes. And the adjustable crimper head mechanism adjusts for perfect crimp result in all coil sizes.

Added features on the Finish-a-Coil E one unit include: A “coil pitch identifier” it will verify the coil pitch is the same as the punched document.

A diameter scale to help verify the coil diameter.

And a diameter selector, to best select the correct coil diameter size to the thickness of your document.

Designed to work as a stand-alone unit, but it is small enough to sit on top of most punching machines.

And that’s the Akiles (Uh-kill-lees) Finish-A-Coil E one coil inserter and electric cutter crimper, sure to increase you coil binding productivity.

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Expert Reviewer: Mallory, Editor at Binding101Expert Product Review: Finish-@-Coil E1  by Mallory Morsa
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Finish-@-Coil Expert Review by Mallory Morsa

 

I RECOMMEND THIS FOR: 
The Finish-@-Coil (pronounced Finish A Coil) is a great add-on machine to speed up the coil inserting process that, perhaps, was previously being done by hand. It is a good choice for small binderies, print shops, or anyone else who binds spiral coil books several times throughout the day. Or even if you are doing lower volume but want to automate the crimping process, this machine has the electric crimper to be able to do that. If you want something for a lower volume, and the crimper is not important to you, then consider the Roll-@-Coil inserter. Or if you are binding continuously throughout the entire workday, but don’t quite have industrial/production-level volumes, then check out the Rhin-O-Roll ONYX HD4170, which doesn’t have the crimper, but has been built for heavier duty workloads.
 

WHAT I LIKE: 
The fact that one of the rollers is adjustable and can be moved further and closer to the stationary roller is a big help when it comes to inserting different sizes of coils, especially the big ones that are hard to handle in general, such as the 50mm. My favorite part about this machine is the electric crimping – those hand pliers that come free with so many punch machines are fine, but they definitely start to hurt after a while and don’t offer a consistently clean finish… making the process electric eliminates that inconsistency (and the hand cramping!).
 

In addition to those features that I consider the most valuable, Akiles includes a bunch of little features to really step this machine up above others in the same price point…a coil diameter selector, spine shaper channel and even a pitch identifier are all things that most other inserters don’t have.
 

THINGS TO CONSIDER:  
Sometimes shopping for a binding machine is confusing… because there are so many options, some punch and bind, some only punch, and still, some only bind. The Finish-@-Coil is a binding machine only and will not punch the holes. It will, however, spin the coil through your pre-punched holes and will also finish the coil ends by cutting/crimping them electronically. I have also seen other inserting machines with a larger silicone roller which would only lend to an even smoother insert, but the Roll A Coil has just a standard full-sized roller.
 

THE BOTTOM LINE: 
When there are so many coil inserter options for such a huge range of prices, how can you figure out if this is the one for you? Consider my pros and cons above and apply them to your workroom. My personal opinion is that I really had to try hard to find negative aspects about Finish-@-Coil, and it was difficult. It really is a great little powerhouse and will really speed up your inserting and binding process. The combination of awesome features (especially the electric crimper) make it a great choice.
 

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