Wire binding is professional and classy...it is no wonder why it is the premier choice for business presentations and proposals across a huge variety of industries. And to accomplish the perfect wire bound book, you need a machine that won't cause you trouble, and will provide executive results. Our goal at Binding101 has always been to try to simply the buying process for our users, making it easy for them to choose. So as 2019 comes to a close, we've gathered a list of our top 5 wire binding machines to get the job done right.
Our goal at Binding101 has always been to simplify the process and make it as easy as possible, so we've gathered together a list of the top 5 coil binding machines of 2019. These machines are top-sellers, blowing the competition out of the water. They have high customer reviews and will help you improve efficiency and workflow, while allowing you access to easy, on-demand coil bound book making.
There are three brands that hold the market share on thermal binding, and they are each pretty different. Even though the process of binding is similar, the covers themselves vary quite a bit in look, available options, price, and strength of the finished bind. So in this post, we wanted to briefly compare those top thermal binding brand covers: Coverbind, ProBind, and Unibind.
Spiral coil binding is a popular choice for offices of many kinds. No matter your industry of work, or even your volume of workload, there is a great coil binding machine that will fit your office's needs perfectly. That is why we have compiled this list of some of the best options. We categorize these book binding machines by office-size, including home office, small office, medium office, and large office. Each machine within these groups has a price point that typically works well for that level of work, as well as the most desired features and functionality.
If you work within the education industry, no matter what department, you likely have come across various educational presentations. Well, in this blog we are going to discuss some of the best ways to make educational presentations of all kinds, without the hassle associated with traditional or old-fashioned punch-and-bind machines (like plastic comb binders or the flimsy slide-on binding bars). Make your lectures and reports more professional than ever, without spending a lot of time, or investing a lot of money -- these solutions are fast, simple, affordable, and professional.
With the natural disasters seemingly becoming more frequent and more powerful in nature, it is more important than ever to have a proper procedure for emergency situations that may occur during business hours in your office. Properly planning for various possible emergency situations can not only help ensure the safety of your employees and yourself, but also provide your entire staff with a sense of comfort in knowing that there is a plan and knowing what to do in a time of crisis. In this post, we discuss how to make an emergency planner binder and the various tools you will need.
If you love the look and functionality of spiral coil binding, and you're ready to start binding in your office (or ready to upgrade your machine), then take a look at these top 4 picks for the best spiral binding machines. Perfect for offices of several sizes/volumes, these machines are reliable, efficient, and a great bang-for-your-buck.
If you need a way to effectively bind big books, or extra thick stacks of paper, then this article will be of some help. We're going to review some of the best ways to bind thick books so that they look professional and are functional. We will compare the differences, and show you the look so you can choose which method will be best for your thick document binding needs.
Wondering how to get the perfect amount of paper for each punch with your machine? Introducing the new "Kwik-Pik-R" sheet counting ring: a small, convenient tool that lets you easily turn a thick stack of pages into easily-punched stacks.
If you're looking for the best of the best in thermal binding, then Coverbind is the brand name you will want to choose. There are several other brands out there, all of which work well from some testing and comparison we performed, however, Coverbind is different for several reasons, which we will discuss below. But first, let's answer the question of this blog: what are the best thermal binding machines? There are 3 different models we will go over.
Manufactured by Powis Parker, Fastback machines are at the cutting edge when it comes to longevity, quality, versatility, and ease of use. These fast tape strip binding machines offer a variety of easy-to-use features, including one-touch function, which makes it easier than ever before to bind large quantities of documents. Learn about why there are not any other options aside from Fastback, and how these innovative binders can help your business.
If you want to make your own photobooks, but don't want to use the scrapbook screw post method, and don't want to invest in a photobook making machine, then we have the perfect solution for you. Featured on the Today Show and available at many CVS Pharmacy locations for their 1-hour photobooks, our exclusive Pinchbooks are fast (they take about 5 seconds to bind) and easier than anything else out there.
When we choose the best of anything, we like to consider several factors: the look, the functionality, and the popularity. In this post, we are going to discuss the best professional binding solution, so we are going to weigh the look a bit higher than the other factors. With that in mind, here are our top 3 most professional binding options...
Do you have en extra thick book of pages that you need to bind together, but you're having trouble finding something professional? Or maybe it would just be way too much work to have to punch the pages in stacks of 15 over and over again until you get your entire stack complete. Whatever you reason for needing to bind together such a large stack of paper, these 4 easy methods can help you accomplish your goal. They are simple to do, don't require any specialty bindery machinery, and can be done pretty quickly. Plus, the finished bound book is professional, presentable, and functional.
A binding "pitch" refers to the hole spacing for a binding punch. There are several different pitches available, each of which is only intended for use with a specific binding style. A pitch is written in a ratio format with the number of holes, a colon, and the spacing that holds those holes.To learn the differences, read on...
/binding/binding-report-covers/clear-binding-covers/clear-punched-coversBinding report covers can vary quite a bit in price depending on the material they are made of, the size of the covers, the thickness, and even the quantity that you need to purchase. If you are able to buy in bulk, for example, you can almost always get a discounted or wholesale presentation cover price because it costs less per-sheet to produce larger quantities. A soft cover that is just a solid piece of material will also be less expensive than a hard cover that is made from two materials (chipboard hard cover with a material wrap). A single-piece cover will also usually be less expensive than a wrap-around cover that acts as a front and back with one piece. With all that in mind, we can't simply give a solid price saying "this is how much a binding report cover costs". But what we can do is compare some of the most popular presentation covers so you can (a) get a good idea of the kinds of options there are to choose from and pick what looks best for your business, and (2) easily compare the approximate pricing of each so you can choose what fits best with your budget. Here are some of the top-selling report covers and their starting prices*...
Clear / Transparent Binding Covers
Clear binding covers are incredibly popular as front covers, and sometimes also paired as back covers for a consistent look. Depending on the style, they may be available in different thicknesses so you can choose from super flexible and lightweight, a medium weight, or a heavier weight. All choices are flexible and see-through. The thickest clear cover is going to be the poly option. Some clear covers are textured while others are smooth, and some are super glossy while others are frosted or matted. It is difficult to properly portray the differences in the clear covers available by photo alone, so if you're having trouble choosing, you can request samples by calling (866) 537-2244.
Opaque / Colored Binding Covers
Our opaque binding covers come in a variety of materials and thicknesses. Some are made with a thick cardstock paper, and others with a vinyl material, and some with poly. These covers are most often used as backings when paired with a clear cover, but sometimes are paired together for a more matching look. If you're torn between any options, or having trouble picturing the thickness and textures, you can request samples by calling us at (866) 537-2244.
Hard Binding Covers
Hard covers are the ultimate solution. Sometimes these hard covers are called "turned edge" covers as well. They are rigid and considered the premium choice, as they can take a drab and cheap-looking presentation and make it stand-out. The Klassic hard covers are single-piece covers that can be punched for any binding of your choosing by most office-level binding punch machines, while the Pinchbook hard covers are wrap-around and don't require any punching at all. We can also custom make turned edge hard covers to meet your exact specifications or needs.
* All prices listed are the starting prices and may vary depending on size, thickness, quantity, etc. Pricing is accurate as of the date of this blog post and may have since changed. Cover packaging and minimums will vary. Click the links to see the current pricing and packaging quantities for any of these covers.